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Food and Nutrition

Solids at 6months.

Bhavana
0 to 1 years

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Updated on Jul 15, 2015

I have been advised by the pedetrician to start with solid foods for my 6 months old baby. can someone please share a few recipes and what all can I offer ?

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bhavana

| Jul 26, 2015

HoW is everyone feeding dal and rice water? With spoon or in bottle? Also my paedtrican has asked me not to use sugar n salt till he is one year..

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Ruth

| Jul 19, 2015

Hi. My paediatrician advised to roast local brown rice and grind it fine in a mixie. Store this in an airtight container. In half a cup of water add 1&1/2 spoons of the rice powder and jaggery n cook it like porridge. A few drops of virgin coconut oil helps wth the fat requirement. Any new meal should be introduced in the morning and start wth a few spoons on the first day. Check out for any tummy upset or skin allergies thru the day. Continue with the feed in small quantities for three days if all well and then increase the quantity. Next week, introduce raagi porridge and so on. A month down the line, you could try ground oats porridge. Be careful to serve cold as oats traps heat

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bhavana

| Jul 17, 2015

Any particular rice to be used?? Or the regular kolam is good

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Amrita Jha Alkara

| Jul 17, 2015

U can start with dal water or rice water first. When baby gets habitual and started digesting that then only start solid

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Dhara Atha

| Jul 17, 2015

Wht shall i do?

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Dhara Atha

| Jul 17, 2015

Hello mums, my baby starts vomiting frm day 1 if i gv her solid food. She is 8mnths old. still she wants evrythng in liquid consistency

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bhavana

| Jul 16, 2015

My pediatrician said first 2 weeks would be tasting period to check if he is accepting food well n also allergy if any and then to start with 4 to 5 meals a day... what fruit sdoes everyone recommend ? Have started with banana as of now

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Suchitra Rao

| Jul 16, 2015

Quantity and duration of food varies with babies. One thing to remember is feed on demand. Never stick on particular time, if baby is hungry u feed her,.

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bhavana

| Jul 16, 2015

Thanks all ...what should be the duration of meal and also is it ok not to give too much milk n substitute with solids?

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Samiksha Nadkarni

| Jul 16, 2015

I started with clear vegetable soups first because they find it difficult to swallow they are so used to sucking. gradually started increasing the consistency. Avoid adding excess sugar and salt ,they like exploring new taste I am giving ragi porridge,soft khichdi made of moong dal and rice an boiled vegetables. Don't stuff anything down the child's throat they eat according to their hunger and mood.

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Jazz Dhawan

| Jul 16, 2015

Add fruit to hung curd and blend. Fruit yogurt is yummy and usually loved by kids

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simran sharma

| Jul 16, 2015

You can give yellow dal . just boil it add some salt and give, Mashed banana is also a cool option, Curd rice can be given, Porridge, dalia,carrot grated , soft idli,vegetable soup are some of the things i gave to my kid . :)

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