8 months old baby

Question: What is right diet chart for 9 month baby

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Answer: Hello.. Dear for an nine month old baby,you can introduce our home made foods along with breast milk,and it is generally a practice to try all foods ,so that baby gain weight and immunity power,can introduce foods like Idly Khichdi Pongal Dhal rice Curd rice Uthappam Idyappam Can also introduce fruit juice,which contains essential nutrients for baby's growth,that includes.. Apple Chikoo Carrot Pappaya Watermelon Orange You can also steam apple or banana,in a steamer,feed in puree form,will also has lot of nutritional benefits You can introduce egg yolk, non veg soup,liver, but feed egg white, chicken, meat, fish after one year of birth
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Answer: Hello dear... Your baby now has teeth and it is best to give him some work and practice chewing.. However, this doesn’t mean that you cannot use puree at all..Foods like chapattis can be blended with some milk or vegetable soup so that they are easy to chew...Start the day with breastmilk or formula feed as this includes all the essential nutrients required for your baby’s growth..You can include options like moong dal chilla, plain dosa and upma for breakfast..Lunch being another important meal of the day in the food chart of your 9-month-old baby, it should comprise of carbohydrates with options like curd rice, soya khichdi and milky bread stew... For dinner you could give atta sheera, nutritious porridge and aloo paranthas...These will be rich in fiber and will be filling for your 9 month old keeping him full for a longer duration of time.. Hope this helps...
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