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Question: Plzzz sent me 8 months baby food diet chart
Apple Suji Kheer
Mashed Khichdi with veggies
Roti soaked in dal
Idlis soaked in dal
Bottle gourd sabji with rice
Beetroot and Carrot mash
Fresh mashed paneer
Rice cereal with stewed apple
Mixed veg soup and mashed rice
Suji Upma with veggies
Plain Curd rice
Pumpkin and carrot Mash
Idli soaked in vegetable soup
Homemade Curd rice
Question: Pls sent me 7 month+ diet chart
Answer: Hello dear..since your baby has reached seven months,it is better to feed solid along with breast milk is very important for weight gain and immunity power
Breastfeed your baby,as much as you can,it has lot of nutrients and a great antioxidant,during breastfeeding,take a healthy nutrious diet,it makes your baby more healthy
Ragi porridge you can start ragi porridge,it will makes your baby to gain weight,and it's very healthy
Wheat porridge feed them with wheat porridge,it is very nutrious and healthy option to gain weight..
You can also make multigrain sathu mavu porridge,it is an better option and very nutrious food for baby..
Home made cerelac powder is very nutrious, it is very helpful for babies to gain weight,it is loaded with lot of minerals,vitamins and antioxidants..
Home made cerelac recipe
Green gram 1 cup
Ragi 1 cup
Bajra 1 cup
Channa dal 1 cup
Roasted dal 1 cup
Groundnut 1 cup
Cashew 1/2 cup
Groundnut 1/2 cup
Almonds 1/2 cup
Pistachio 50 gm
Dry ginger 25 gm
Ajwan seeds 10 gm
Elaichi 5 to 10 pods
Method of preparation
Dry roast all the powder separately, until it's nice aroma smell
Sun dry after roasting for one or two days
Put in a mixer , grind coarsely and make powder
Preparation of porridge
For porridge mix 2 tablespoon of this powder with water or milk,stir them continuously ,boil them for five minutes,stir them continuously without any lumps , you can add palm sugar,and make it to porridge consistency and serve.
Question: 10 months baby Diet Chart plz
You can offer your baby a variety of foods with different textures. Here are some healthy options you may like to try:
peeled slices of fruits such as apple (seb), pears (nashpati), musk melon (kharbuja), water melon (tarbooj) and mango (aam)
*cooked vegetables such as carrot (gajar), cauliflower (gobhi), spinach (paalak), bottle gourd (lauki), apple gourd (tinda), broccoli (hari gobhi), and pumpkin (kaddu/sitaphal)
*grilled or baked sweet potatoes (shakarkandior chakaraivalli kilangu) and yam (jimikand or senai kilangu)
*idlis or upma with added vegetables
*mixed vegetable uthapams
*dosa with vegetables
*dal or besan cheelas
*paranthas with a variety of fillings such as cauliflower (gobhi), potatoes (aloo), fenugreek (methi) leaves, radish leaves (mooli), cottage cheese (paneer), minced soya and boiled/minced chicken or mutton
*chapattis made from flour mixed with cooked dal
*creamy milkshakes and soups
*macaroni or pasta in cheese or tomato sauce
*rice with dal
*curd with vegetable pulao
*chicken nuggets or baked chicken with soup
*chicken mince (keema) with chapati
*Formula or breastmilk is still an important part of your baby's diet.
*If you feel your baby needs more fluids you could give her cooled, boiled water. You could also try healthy drinks such as fruit and vegetable juices as well as smoothies and milkshakes.
* You can give her milk based drinks such as milkshakes, almond (badaam) milk, smoothies, lassi or chhaach. If she doesn't like milk, give two portions of calcium-rich foods instead.
It is not a good idea to give your child more than 400ml of milk a day. If you do, it may cut her appetite for solid foods that have other essential nutrients like iron and vitamins.