9 months old baby

Question: Why my baby is not gaining weight

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Answer: Hi mommy, when my baby was at same age i followed this chart and it helped by baby to gain weight hope you can follow this diet for your little one, All the best! 8 am - bm / fm 9 am. Rava idly, oats ragi dosa, suji kheer, banana porridge, pancakes, apple puree( any one) 11 am. Bm/ fm 12 pm. Mashed banana, curd, 1 pm. Khichdi, potato and carrot khichdi, curd rice, ragi porridge, suji upma with veggie 3 pm. Bm / fm 5 pm. Any finger soft fruit, yogurt, boiled sweet potato, apple smoothy 7 pm. Uttpam, suji kheer, moong daal with rice, raw banana porridge, barley cereal, wheat cereal Quantity. Liquid 3 to 4 spoon Thick food 3 to 4 spoon Fruit. (Half one time
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