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Sunday, August 19, 2007

After months of pureeing, mashing and carefully introducing new foods, making baby food now become a little is probably enjoying more textured foods... and along with that moms are able to understand the likes and dislikes of baby!but we've got to keep introducing new and tasty foods so that baby can feast on a great number of nutritional as well as different flavoured foods...

read below for more info on baby diet:

At this stage, your baby needs about 750-900 calories a day. He also needs about twice as much calcium as he did at birth. Calcium is necessary for strong bones and teeth - it helps the teeth resist decay and maintains healthy gums

Iron is another essential part of his diet, supporting both growth and development. It plays a major role in forming haemoglobin, the part of the red blood cells that carries oxygen to the body's tissues. Iron is particularly crucial in brain development.

A baby at this stage may sometimes seem to be eating less food than he was before.

DON'T PANIC - this could be one reason -

A baby's growth naturally slows down at this time, so he may simply feel less hungry than before. Continue to offer a wide variety of foods and be patient, he'll let you know when he's hungry.

read my next articles on baby.. for new recipes.


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