Introducing Solids |Solids Step By Step| Feeding an Infant Solids | Felbinac

Age

Time

Food

4 Months At second breast or bottle-feed Breast Milk/formula. Offer one or two teaspoons of pureed fruit or vegetables or rice cereal
4 Months 1/2 At Second breast or bottle-feed.
At third Breast or bottlefeed
Breast or bottle-feed.

Two teaspoons of rice cereal, followed by breast or bottle-feed offer two teaspoons of vegetable or fruit puree

5 to 6 months Early morning,—->
Breakfast,———->

Lunch,————->

Mid-afternoon,/—>
Dinner

Breast or bottle-feed.
Two teaspoons of rice cereal, followed by breast or bottle-feed.

One teaspons or other soft fruit, followed by usual milk feed.

Mashed banana or other soft fruit, followed by usual milk feed.
Breast or bottle-feed if the baby is still hungry

6 to 7 months Early morning,—>
Breakfast,——–>

Lunch,————>

Mid-afternoon,/–>
Dinner

Breast or bottle-feed.
Two teaspoons of rice cereal, Well cooked scrambled egg. Offer breast or bottle milk from a cup.
Fish with some vegetable, then offer yogurt and fruit. Give a drink of water or well-diluted fruit juice.
Meat or cheese sandwich. A drink of milk
7 to 8 months Early morning,—->
Breakfast,———->

Lunch,————->

Mid-afternoon,/—>
Dinner

Offer a drink of water or well-diluted fruit juice instead of milk.
Cereal and hard-boiled egg with wholemeal bread and butter. A drink of milk.
Cheese, fish or minced meat with some vegetables or fresh fruit. A drink of water or well-diluted fruit juice.

Meat or cheese sandwich. A drink of milk
9 to 12 months Early morning,>
Breakfast,—–>

Lunch,———>

Mid-afternoon,/->
Dinner———->

A drink of water or well-diluted fruit juice instead of milk.

Cereal and hard-boiled egg with wholemeal bread and butter. A drink of milk.

Chopped meat, fish, or cheese with vegetables or fresh fruit. A drink of water or well-diluted fruit juice instead of milk.

Meat or cheese sandwich. A drink of milk

Warning : – Avoid eggs, fish and citrus and citrus fruit before six months. Nuts should not be given to babies under six months, and whole nuts should not be given under five years. Avoid gluten before six months parents should be especially careful about feeding their children foods containing gluten or peanuts because serious allergies to these products are common

INTRODUCING SOLIDS

Solids, initially as fruit or Vegetable purees and wheat free cereals, should be introduced between four and six months of age depending on the baby’s birth weight (see the above table) rate of growth, and contenment with feeding. From six months, the baby hould be eating true solids such as chopped up meat and vegetable and at this stage can start eating well-cooked eggs,( see above box) A baby under one year should not be given honey or products containing nuts, nuts salt and sugar used in home prepared meals should be kept a minimum to prevent kidney problems and dental decay, respectively.

FEEDING PROBLEMS

A few babies have an intolerance to certain foods, such as lactose or cow’s milk protein (see the above table.) Reactions can include vomiting, diarrhea, or rashes. Difficulties associated with milk usually appear within the first month, solids should be introduced one by one so that any foods that cause problems can be identified.

Prolonged crying after feeds may mean that the baby needs help bringing up wind that artificial milk is not being digested properly, or that the baby has colic (see the above table)

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