[Baby food supplement for six months]_Baby_How to eat

[Baby food supplement for six months]_Baby_How to eat

After six months, the baby can add supplementary food appropriately.

However, supplementary foods need to be added regularly because the baby is young and the digestive system is incomplete.

So you should pay attention to avoid eating too many complementary foods, or should be based on milk.

Special attention should be paid to supplementary food for the first time in six months, because it often affects the baby’s digestive function.

What is the first complementary food for a six-month baby?

From small to large: such as the amount of egg yolk from 1/4-1/2-1 egg yolk from thin to thick: such as rice soup-rice paste-thick porridge-soft rice from fine to thick: such as vegetable juice-vegetablesMud-chopped vegetables-vegetable leaves-vegetable stems from plant foods to animal foods: such as cereals-vegetables-fruits-eggs-meat Tips: meat can follow, white meat → red meat → deep sea fish.

Generally you can follow the animal liver (6 months +) → fresh fish, poultry and livestock (7-8 months +) → seafood fish and shrimp (12 months +) 4?
6 months baby: what to eat: (1) breast milk or formula, plus the following foods (2) semi-liquid foods (such as rice soup, vegetable juice or fruit juice) and mud-like foods (rice paste, vegetable puree or fruit puree)) Put into the amount: (1) start with 1 teaspoon of food puree, you can use 4-5 teaspoon breast milk or formula milk to stir the cereal (very thin) (2) gradually increase to two meals of food puree a day, if it is cereals, you mustGradually thicken (1 teaspoon = 5ml, 1 tablespoon = 15ml) Note: If your baby does not eat for the first time, you can try multiple times in the next few days.

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8 months baby: what to eat: (1) breast milk or formula, plus the following foods (2) fruit puree (banana, pear, apple, peach) (3) vegetable puree (cooked carrot, pumpkin, white radish)) (4) Puree made from cooked meat (chicken, pork, beef) (5) Amount of iron-fortified cereals (containing iron rice flour): (1) 1 teaspoon of fruit puree, gradually increasing to 1/4Or 1/2 cup, divided into 2-3 times a day.

(2) 1 teaspoon vegetable puree, gradually increase to 1/4 or 1/2 cup, and feed it in 2-3 times a day.

(3) 3 to 9 tablespoons of rice noodles, fed 2-3 times a day.

(1 teaspoon = 5ml, 1 tablespoon = 15ml, 1 cup = 240ml) Note: Add one new food at a time, and insist for at least 3 days to determine whether the baby will be allergic.

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10 months baby: what to eat: (1) breast milk or formula, plus the following foods (2) mashed vegetables and fruits (bananas, peaches, pears, avocados, cooked carrots, pumpkins, potatoes ,,Sweet potatoes) (3) Finger food (small pieces of cooked bananas; cooked eggs; cooked yellow pumpkin slices, peas, potatoes; spiral noodles; molar cookies) (4) small amounts of protein food (eggs; cooked meat)Types, poultry and boneless fish) (6) Iron-fortified cereals (barley, wheat, oats, mixed cereals) Injection: (2) 1/4 to 1/2 cup of iron-fortified cereals (3) 1/4 to 1/ 2 cups of fruit puree (4) 1/4 to 1/2 cups of vegetable puree (5) 1/8 to 1/4 cups of protein food (1 cup = 240ml) 10?
12 months baby: what to eat: (1) breast milk or formula, plus the following foods (2) cut into small pieces or strips or mashed fruits (3) bite-sized soft cooked vegetables (peas, carrots)(4) Mixed food (tomatoes and noodles mixed) (5) Protein foods (eggs; pureed or ground meat, poultry and fish fillets; tofu; cooked mashed beans) (6) finger foods (micro roastedBread or bagels, small peeled bananas; scrambled eggs; yellow pumpkins, peas, potatoes; spiral noodles; molar biscuits) (7) Iron-fortified cereals (barley, wheat, oats, mixed cereals) Injection: (1) 1/4 to 1/2 cup of iron-fortified cereals (2) 1/4 to 1/2 cup of fruits (3) 1/4 to 1/2 cup of vegetables (4) 1/8 to 1/4 cup of mixed food (5) 1/8 to 1/4 cup of protein food (1 cup = 240ml) 12?
24 months baby: what to eat: (1) yogurt (less fresh milk as young as 2 years old) (2) eat the same food as your family, mash or cut into bite-sized pieces of food (3) iron-fortified cereals(Oats, barley, wheat, mixed cereals) (4) other cereals (whole wheat bread, pasta, rice) (5) fruits: watermelon, papaya, apricot, grapefruit (6) vegetables: boiled soft broccoli and cauliflower leaves(7) Protein foods (eggs; meat or poultry slices or meat fillings; boneless fish; tofu; beans; delicate peanut butter) (8) citrus and citrus juices

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