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Immunity Boosting Foods For Monsoon For Your Toddler

Puja Sharma Vasisht, Nutrition Expert


Sep 03, 2018 | 11 : 00 AM to 12 : 00 PM

Does your child often fall  ill during season change? A solution to this lies in the type of food you should choose to feed your child. Know foods that build immunity this monsoon for your child.

 



CHAT with our award winning nutritionist Puja Vasisht, and know immunity boosting foods for your child for this monsoon?


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hi baby got cough

hi baby got cough

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Please consult your paediatrician. 2018-09-03 11:11:35
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please tell me immunity boosting fruits and vegetables for 2 yr baby ?? also tell me dry fruits that....

please tell me immunity boosting fruits and vegetables for 2 yr baby ?? also tell me dry fruits that can be given daily to increase their immunity

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Do give some vegetables from these daily amla, green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli, Do give some fruits from these guava, strawberries, citrus fruits like orange, mausami, lemon. 2018-09-03 11:46:28
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Include nuts like walnut, almonds, peanuts, dried fruits(dates, raisins, currants apricots)and seed (flaxseed, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds) in daily diet. 2018-09-03 11:46:49
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my both sons are active but its only 11.8 kg weight.why ?both are 2.3 years old .i am pure vegetaria....

my both sons are active but its only 11.8 kg weight.why ?both are 2.3 years old .i am pure vegetarian.

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Use whole milk and its products like curd, paneer, cheese, buttermilk etc. You may give these as fruit shakes/ fruit lassi. Cheese or paneer can be cut into small bite sized cubes, so that they can use their fingers to eat these. Alternatively paneer/cheese can be added to their roti/sandwich/dosa/uttapam etc. 2018-09-03 11:49:48
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Increase intake of dals/legumes, besan, sprouts etc. 2018-09-03 11:50:23
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Give more of fruits like mango, banana, cheeku,litchi, grapes, dates. These may be added to their milkshakes as well. Give more of potato, sweet potato, colocassia, yam besides other vegetables. You may add these to their roti/sandwich. 2018-09-03 11:50:37
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Nuts like walnuts, almonds, peanuts and dried fruits like raisins, currants, dried apricots. 2018-09-03 11:50:51
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my daughter 2.9 weight 10 i am worried

my daughter 2.9 weight 10 i am worried

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It is little on the lower side. 2018-09-03 11:48:36
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Use whole milk and its products like curd, paneer, cheese, buttermilk etc. You may give these as fruit shakes/ fruit lassi. Cheese or paneer can be cut into small bite sized cubes, so that they can use their fingers to eat these. Alternatively paneer/cheese can be added to their roti/sandwich/dosa/uttapam etc. Increase intake of dals/legumes, eggs (hard boiled cut into small bite sized pieces or omlette etc.) poultry/fish (curry, snacks, cutlets, tikka, in rice or in soup). 2018-09-03 11:48:54
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Give more of fruits like mango, banana, cheeku,litchi, grapes, dates. These may be added to their milkshakes as well. Give more of potato, sweet potato, colocassia, yam besides other vegetables. You may add these to their roti/sandwich. Nuts like walnuts, almonds, peanuts and dried fruits like raisins, currants, dried apricots. 2018-09-03 11:49:10
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am two month pragnancy what are the things need to take..pls tel me

am two month pragnancy what are the things need to take..pls tel me

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Hi Samreen, for general precautions, please consult your gynaecologist. For nutrition related tips and suggestions please read the following blogs on our website http://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/9-essentials-of-a-perfect-pregnancy-diet/557 http://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/dealing-with-nutritional-deficiencies-in-pregnancy/594 http://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/top-7-myths-about-foods-in-pregnancy-busted/620 http://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/nutrition-tips-for-pregnancy-1st-trimester/662 2018-09-03 10:58:29
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my daughter will be 4 on 9 September..i want to give her the seeds which u hv told in ur blog immuni....

my daughter will be 4 on 9 September..i want to give her the seeds which u hv told in ur blog immunity boosting food...plz tell me the ratio and quantity of the seeds which i can give her daily

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Hi Rinki, please specify which seeds you are talking about. For immunity, you may give 1/4 th to half a tespoon of flaxsedd and chia seeds. 2018-09-03 10:59:37
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my daughter is 14 months old she doesn't eat anything i hv been trying a lot but she only wants milk....

my daughter is 14 months old she doesn't eat anything i hv been trying a lot but she only wants milk how to complete her whole nutrition and she has started teething and utterng a word plz help me

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You need to limit her milk feeds and alternate them with solids. Start with a spoon or so and gradually increase the amounts of feed according to her acceptance. Keep a gap of minimum 2 hours between her milk feed and solid feed, so that she is hungry and accepts it. 2018-09-03 11:04:15
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Introduce only one food at a time, let her have it for 3-4 days and then introduce another food. Initially keep the consistency pouring/flowing and then thicken it according to her acceptance. Keep seasonings very mild, as babies don't generally like very strong flavours. 2018-09-03 11:05:08
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You can give porridge of suji, sago, dalia, rice flakes, ragi etc. Kheer of apple, rice etc. halwa of suji, atta, pumpkin, gajar, sweet potato etc. Khichri, upma, soft scrambled egg yolk, soups, mashed veggies, chapatti, rice,idli, dosa, uttapam,fruits etc. 2018-09-03 11:05:25
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Give cereals like rice with dal/khichdi form, porridges, small bites of chapatti, pasta, upma, idli etc. Dals /legumes well cooked. Start with mashed and bring to regular consistency as the toddler starts chewing. Finger foods like cutlets, hard boiled eggs, small sandwiches, rolls, whole fruits. Small pieces of foods that can be handled with spoon or fork. Veg desserts like carrot /pumpkin/ghia halwa. Spinach/carrot burfi. 2018-09-03 11:06:20
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Kindly suggest healthy foods for 10 months old babies that they can have without any fuss or without....

Kindly suggest healthy foods for 10 months old babies that they can have without any fuss or without getting cranky.

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To avoid any fuss, offer 3-4 solid feeds only per day. You also need to limit the milk intake to 400-650ml per day to ensure that you baby remains hungry for solid foods too. 2018-09-03 11:07:53
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You can give porridge of suji, sago, dalia, rice flakes, ragi etc. Kheer of apple, rice etc. halwa of suji, atta, pumpkin, gajar, sweet potato etc. Khichri, upma, thin dal, soft scrambled egg yolk, soups, mashed veggies with potato, mashed banana, stewed fruit and juice etc. 2018-09-03 11:08:15
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Also keep a gap of 2-3 hours between any two feeds of the baby; be it solid or milk. 2018-09-03 11:08:51
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meri beti raat ko souti nhi aa kya kru

meri beti raat ko souti nhi aa kya kru

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Try to keep her awake at day time. Wake her early in the morning. You also give her a filling dinner and then after a gap warm milk at sleep time. This should help in making her sleep. 2018-09-03 11:10:30
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You also need to check with your doctor, if the baby is having any gastric/teething/any other trouble. 2018-09-03 11:11:06
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mera baby cerelac nahi khata ar dal chaval bhi nahi khata use sirf mitha pasand hai use kya khilau

mera baby cerelac nahi khata ar dal chaval bhi nahi khata use sirf mitha pasand hai use kya khilau

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Hi Rani, you have not specified the age of your baby. If not dal chawal, you can try khichri, upma, mashed roti in dal/subzi/milk/curd, porridge or kheer of suji, rice flakes, dalia, ragi, sago etc. 2018-09-03 11:13:13
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Avoid giving only sweet tasting food to your baby this early. The baby would develop sweet tooth and reject other taste. It can lead to dental caries as well. 2018-09-03 11:14:15
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You cam also give boiled and mashed vegetables with potato, soup, stewed fruits, curd etc. 2018-09-03 11:15:02
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mera baby 12 month and 15 days ka hai woh kuch nahi khata hai jab bhi us ko kuch dene ki koshish kar....

mera baby 12 month and 15 days ka hai woh kuch nahi khata hai jab bhi us ko kuch dene ki koshish karte hai woh tonghe se wapas nikalta hai

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Hi Zahoor, try changing the consistency and texture of the food you are offering. If you are giving semi solids, then try finger food like slices of fruits like apple/pear, stick of carrot/cucumber, biscuits etc. Then gradually you can introduce cutlets, hard boiled eggs, small sandwiches, rolls, whole fruits 2018-09-03 11:17:27
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If you are already offering solids, then try semi solids, as the baby might not be yet accepting the solid texture. 2018-09-03 11:18:10
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my 3 year old son catches cold and cough almost every month I take every precaution possible my dr t....

my 3 year old son catches cold and cough almost every month I take every precaution possible my dr told not to give him anything cold but still he catches it . what immunity building food can I give him to improve his immunity ?

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Hi Vrinda, Give good quality proteins from eggs, fish, poultry, cheese, paneer, soybean (nuggets, soymilk, tofu) whole dals, beans & legumes. Include nuts like walnut, almonds, peanuts, dried fruits(dates, raisins, currants apricots)and seed (flaxseed, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds) in daily diet. 2018-09-03 11:18:54
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Use whole gains like bajra, dalia, ragi, sprouted beans. Do give some vegetables from these daily amla, green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli, Do give some fruits from these guava, strawberries, citrus fruits like orange, mausami, lemon. 2018-09-03 11:19:54
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You should also include curd, fermented foods like idli, dosa, any other in his daily diet. 2018-09-03 11:20:36
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my 1.9 yr old doesn't drink any kind of milk,no proper food as well,so how to increase her nutrient....

my 1.9 yr old doesn't drink any kind of milk,no proper food as well,so how to increase her nutrient intake and how to Health Drink her immunity level?she falls sick often....

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Hi Seham, You may flavour the milk with natural flavourings like elaichi powder, kesar, dates syrup etc. You may give in the form of fruit shakes like mango/banana/cheeku/apple shake. 2018-09-03 11:21:50
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You may even try giving milk in the form of porridges/kheer/custards. Other alternatives to milk are curd/yogurt, paneer/cheese, buttermilk/lassi. 2018-09-03 11:22:15
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For any health drink, you need to wait till two years of age. 2018-09-03 11:22:41
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To help in her eating habits Be creative and serve a variety of brightly colored foods and cut foods into various shapes.. Make positive comments about the food you are eating, such as "this is yummy!", your toddler may be more willing to try them Serve a very small portion of a new food earlier in the day, when your little one is most energetic and the least aggressive. If you'd like your child to eat a particular food, then you should eat too. 2018-09-03 11:24:18
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To help in her immunity Do give some fruits from these guava, strawberries, citrus fruits like orange, mausami, lemon. Give good quality proteins from eggs (in soup/ soft scrambled), meat,& poultry( in soups/minced form in khichri, stuffed parantha, sandwich, upma) , cheese, paneer (as it is or to their roti/sandwich), whole dals, beans & legumes. 2018-09-03 11:25:05
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Include nuts like walnut, almonds, peanuts in powdered form to their porridge, staples, soups. Dried fruits(dates, raisins, currants apricots in mashed form)and seed (flaxseed, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds in powdered form) in daily diet. Use whole gains like bajra, dalia, ragi, sprouted beans. Do give some vegetables from these daily amla, green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli. 2018-09-03 11:25:21
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hi, my daughter is 2 years old and doesn't like any kind of food like fruits or vegetables not even....

hi, my daughter is 2 years old and doesn't like any kind of food like fruits or vegetables not even junk food.. how to feed her and Health Drink her immunity.

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Hi Mounika, Keep a gap of atleast 2-3 hours between each meal, so that your child is hungry enough to eat. Be a positive role model. Children like to mimic parents. So, if you'd like your child to eat a particular food, then you should eat too. If your child isn't hungry, don't force a meal. Kids generally regulate their appetites by eating when hungry, so don’t fret. Allowing your child to fill up on juice or milk for most part of the day might decrease her appetite for meals. Be creative and serve a variety of brightly colored foods and cut foods into various shapes. 2018-09-03 11:26:56
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Praise your toddler when she eats well, because toddlers respond positively to praise. Always serve small portions. Toddlers can be overwhelmed by big platefuls and lose their appetite. Keep trying. It’s a given fact that it may take 10 or more exposures to new foods before a child accepts them 2018-09-03 11:27:42
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To help in her immunity, do give some fruits from these guava, strawberries, citrus fruits like orange, mausami, lemon. Give good quality proteins from eggs (in soup/ soft scrambled), meat,& poultry( in soups/minced form in khichri, stuffed parantha, sandwich, upma) , cheese, paneer (as it is or to their roti/sandwich), whole dals, beans & legumes. Include nuts like walnut, almonds, peanuts in powdered form to their porridge, staples, soups. 2018-09-03 11:28:25
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Give, dried fruits(dates, raisins, currants apricots in mashed form)and seed (flaxseed, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds in powdered form) in daily diet. Use whole gains like bajra, dalia, ragi, sprouted beans. Do give some vegetables from these daily amla, green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli. 2018-09-03 11:28:44
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If the child is really not eating and is at risk of developing any nutritional deficiency, then you may include any good health drink. 2018-09-03 11:29:46
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hello mam from may har month meri beti ko fever hota hai 3- 4 days tak fir khud thik ho jati hai bt....

hello mam from may har month meri beti ko fever hota hai 3- 4 days tak fir khud thik ho jati hai bt har month yahi ho raha hai mai kya karu

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Hi Nitu, you must take advice of your doctor on this. Nutrition-wise to help in her immunity, you may focus on the following foods.Since you have not specified the age of your baby, give these in a form suitable to her age 2018-09-03 11:31:31
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Do give some fruits from these guava, strawberries, citrus fruits like orange, mausami, lemon. Give good quality proteins from eggs (in soup/ soft scrambled), meat,& poultry( in soups/minced form in khichri, stuffed parantha, sandwich, upma) , cheese, paneer (as it is or to their roti/sandwich), whole dals, beans & legumes. Include nuts like walnut, almonds, peanuts in powdered form to their porridge, staples, soups. 2018-09-03 11:31:49
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Dried fruits(dates, raisins, currants apricots in mashed form)and seed (flaxseed, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds in powdered form) in daily diet. Use whole gains like bajra, dalia, ragi, sprouted beans. Do give some vegetables from these daily amla, green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli. 2018-09-03 11:32:19
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hello dr my daughter is 2.10 year old..her weight is 11 kg..her birth weight was 2.3 kg..she is pret....

hello dr my daughter is 2.10 year old..her weight is 11 kg..her birth weight was 2.3 kg..she is preterm baby..what diet should l follow to make her immune Strong....

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Hi Shilpi, Do give some fruits from these guava, strawberries, citrus fruits like orange, mausami, lemon. Give good quality proteins from eggs (in soup/ soft scrambled), meat,& poultry( in soups/minced form in khichri, stuffed parantha, sandwich, upma) , cheese, paneer (as it is or to their roti/sandwich), whole dals, beans & legumes. 2018-09-03 11:33:14
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Include nuts like walnut, almonds, peanuts in powdered form to their porridge, staples, soups. Dried fruits(dates, raisins, currants apricots in mashed form)and seed (flaxseed, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds in powdered form) in daily diet. Use whole gains like bajra, dalia, ragi, sprouted beans. Do give some vegetables from these daily amla, green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli. 2018-09-03 11:33:27
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Give curd, fermented foods like idli, dosa, dhokla etc to her. 2018-09-03 11:34:23
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Doctor plz kindly suggest healthy food for my 4year old disability son(cerebral palsy ).. he didnt c....

Doctor plz kindly suggest healthy food for my 4year old disability son(cerebral palsy ).. he didnt chew foods... So i always paste the food.... Plz suggest any tips

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Though this would require a detailed counselling session, few tips to help you in feeding are make sitting comfortable and preferably keep the child in upright position while feeding and 45 minutes after feeding to avoid reflux. 2018-09-03 11:37:10
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Whenever you sit to feed him, play with him a little in which you are touching his face with soft things or where he touches his own face. This would help increase his acceptance of the meal. 2018-09-03 11:37:33
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It is better to place food at one side of his mouth rather than center of the mouth. Chewing the food may be a problem, so give mashed/semi solids. Give only small amounts which the child can easily swallow to avoid any risk of choking. The child may like foods with a particular colour/flavour/texture more, give more of those only. Only slowly introduce small amounts of new foods and depending on whether the child accepts/rejects that food, you may continue/discontinue with that food. 2018-09-03 11:38:51
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Since the energy needs are high and intake may be low, add a spoon or so of home made butter or ghee on top of his dish 2018-09-03 11:40:43
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You can further add milk powder to his milk to make it more calorie and nutrient dense 2018-09-03 11:41:34
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Similarly you can give chicken soup, dal soups, egg nog/custard etc to meet his protein requirements 2018-09-03 11:42:17
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You should also consult your paediatrician and a clinical dietitain in person for any nutrition supplements he might be requiring. 2018-09-03 11:43:15
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hi doctor my lil one is 6 months old, today i gave her potato puree for first time with nano pro . a....

hi doctor my lil one is 6 months old, today i gave her potato puree for first time with nano pro . after that she is vomiting continuosly. i gave coilc aid about doctor said its k to give for gas problems. am bit tensed . am actually alone at home no elders ..guide me mam.

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Hi Vino, you need to start with easily digestible liquids first; well cooked and sieved vegetable soup, fresh fruit juice. 2018-09-03 11:00:39
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At 6 months you can give ragi porridge, rice kheer, suji kheer or phirni etc. You can gradually start with mashed banana, boiled potatoes, dal water also. Boiled water can be given especially after each solid feed. Starting with a spoon or two you may gradually increase the amount to 120-250 ml in a day. Keep the seasonings mild, keep the consistency flowing initially. You may give three solid feeds maximum, in a day. Click on the following link for details on introducing solids http://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/baby-weaning-food-guide-4-to-7-months/567 Hope this helps 2018-09-03 11:01:03
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Instead of potato puree, you may add a potato to the soup only 2018-09-03 11:02:55
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my son has white spot near eye for 3 month

my son has white spot near eye for 3 month

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Please take advice of your doctor on this in person 2018-09-03 11:44:03
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Hello ma'am, My 19month old daughter has an aversion toward milk, so after doctor advice, adding lit....

Hello ma'am, My 19month old daughter has an aversion toward milk, so after doctor advice, adding little milk supplement ro her milk. I would to know what can be done for less or no intake of milk. Also.,would like to know what should be given to increase immun

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You may give in the form of fruit shakes like mango/banana/cheeku/apple shake. You may even try giving milk in the form of porridges/kheer/custards. Other alternatives to milk are curd/yogurt, paneer/cheese, buttermilk/lassi 2018-09-03 11:47:30
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Do give some fruits from these guava, strawberries, citrus fruits like orange, mausami, lemon. Give good quality proteins from eggs (in soup/ soft scrambled), meat,& poultry( in soups/minced form in khichri, stuffed parantha, sandwich, upma) , cheese, paneer (as it is or to their roti/sandwich), whole dals, beans & legumes. 2018-09-03 11:47:54
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Include nuts like walnut, almonds, peanuts in powdered form to their porridge, staples, soups. Dried fruits(dates, raisins, currants apricots in mashed form)and seed (flaxseed, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds in powdered form) in daily diet. Use whole gains like bajra, dalia, ragi, sprouted beans. Do give some vegetables from these daily amla, green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli. 2018-09-03 11:48:09
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my baby is 5months old... what should I feed her now

my baby is 5months old... what should I feed her now

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Hi Madhuri, you need to wait till the baby completes six months, to start with any other food. Then from six months, you may start with strained vegetable soup including green leafy vegetables , fresh fruit juice. 2018-09-03 11:53:52
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At 6 months you can give ragi porridge, rice kheer, suji kheer or phirni etc. You can gradually start with mashed banana, boiled potatoes, dal water also. Boiled water can be given especially after each solid feed. Starting with a spoon or two you may gradually increase the amount to 120-250 ml in a day. Keep the seasonings mild, keep the consistency flowing initially. You may give three solid feeds maximum, in a day. 2018-09-03 11:54:13
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hi mam..my daughter is 2 years 8 months old. recently she got fever 3 times in a gap of 15 days each....

hi mam..my daughter is 2 years 8 months old. recently she got fever 3 times in a gap of 15 days each.. doctor told her immunity system s very weak. could u please advise me on how to improve her immunity.she also has constipation issues she has bowel movement only in 2-3 days n that too very hard stools passed initially.please advise

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Give good quality proteins from eggs, fish, poultry, cheese, paneer, soybean (nuggets, soymilk, tofu) whole dals, beans & legumes. Include nuts like walnut, almonds, peanuts, dried fruits(dates, raisins, currants apricots)and seed (flaxseed, sesame, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds) in daily diet. Use whole gains like bajra, dalia, ragi, sprouted beans. Do give some vegetables from these daily amla, green leafy vegetables, spinach, broccoli, Do give some fruits from these guava, strawberries, citrus fruits like orange, mausami, lemon. For the child 's constipation To avoid constipation both fluid and fiber intake has to be increased. For that Give more water. If the child doesn’t take plain water include fluids like coconut water, , juices, soups etc. Give dals with husk in khichri form or add whole dals/beans/legumes to the soups. Give porridge of dalia, oats, ragi, rice flakes. Alternatively these whole cereals can be used for khichri, uttapam, upma or idlis too. Give plenty of fruits & vegetables. Hard fruits like apple, pear can be given as stew. Fruits like banana, papaya, cheeku be given as it is or in a mashed form. Avoid giving refined cereals/ maida products. 2018-09-03 12:31:44
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hi mam..my kid is 19months n he always gets fever

hi mam..my kid is 19months n he always gets fever

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Hello Shravani. Fever could be due to many reasons hence you are requested to consult your paediatrician. 2018-09-03 12:32:42
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promagerate juice is it good as immunity booster??

promagerate juice is it good as immunity booster??

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