In child rearing, the main focus of mothers is on its diet. Until the age of one, doctors say that the nutritious food we provide will be the foundation for their future health and protect them from infectious diseases.
Breast milk provides all the nutrients a baby needs. This is because breast milk is high in immunity. And that breast milk will flush out the waste in their body and the pigment called bilirubin which causes jaundice in the newborn.
In addition, the breast milk should be given for at least four months. Thus all their organs will be strengthened and the digestive tract will start functioning well.
Up to 4-6 months
If after four months the baby seems to be paying attention to eating a different food, then a tablespoon of boiled sweet potatoes, carrots, apples, bananas, peaches, etc. should be well mashed.
How to know their interest in it, if they are breastfeeding 8-10 times a day and they are hungry, then these foods can be given after a while after breastfeeding. That too should give a table spoon.
Up to 6-8 months
During these months, when breastfeeding, give fruits, slow-boiled rice, vegetables, legumes, chicken, etc. Even so, you can start giving them 3-9 tablespoons of Sherlock, 2-3 servings of breastmilk and 1/4 or 1/2 cup of steamed vegetables.
In doing so, children should be carefully monitored from time to time to see if they are allergic to any of those foods. If so, consult a doctor immediately as to which of those foods is the cause and give them other than them.
Up to 8-10 months
At this age, you can slowly start giving up cheese, yogurt and iron-rich grains such as rice, barley, wheat and oats. You can also start giving 1/4 cup protein foods such as eggs and fish.
All foods can be given at this age. The food to be given should be in moderation. Foods should be given very carefully and in moderation. That means 1/3 cup dairy or 1/2 cup cheese with 1/4 or 1/2 cup anise, be sure to give vegetables and protein foods.
Foods that should not be given before the age of one
Uncooked egg, half boiled egg
Foods high in fiber
Uncooked vegetables, whole fruits, whole nuts, etc.
It is important to give children a small amount of food every three hours. It is necessary to have three meals a day, including rice and vegetables, twice as snacks and then as juice and milk. Preparing and serving children’s favorite foods like yoghurt, carrot masala and jelly will increase their appetite. Plan and prepare baby foods such as cereals, legumes, legumes, fruits and vegetables. Provide protein-rich meat, cheese, and beans. Children will be eager to eat bread, apples, soup, etc. prepared and served colorful at night.