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Baby feeding: Everything you need to know

Baby feeding: Everything you need to know

Six months is a crucial time in a baby's short, but intense life: They begin to eat other foods than milk. These recommendations can be helpful if you're pregnant or if your baby is just a newborn.

It is complementary.

The baby's first year is a very limited time in his food choices. His only choice is milk. We start to offer other foods at six months, such as cereal porridges, fruits, and vegetables. These porridges may be more digestible if we add milk. Don't stress about how much you eat. Remember that milk is the base of nutrition. You can add food slowly with patience.

Give him 10 chances to taste (and more).

To be able to accept new food, a child must have had the opportunity to taste it at least 10 times. Don't lose patience. Don't lose heart. Keep at it. You may also want to learn about the 15-month-old feeding schedule.

Encourage healthy eating habits.

Offer healthy food. Allow him to enjoy his natural flavors. He decides what food to eat, you decide the amount. Contrary to what your grandmother or mother might think, children shouldn't be forced to eat as much as adults.

He prepares him a rich, varied and balanced meal, but he understands that he is responsible for determining how much food he should eat to satisfy his hunger.

Do not give the baby the bottle of food.

This stage is designed to teach your baby how to use a spoon and eat from a plate. Enjoy the fun of making soup together.

This is an important time in your child’s life. You are influencing your child's habits through gestation. Help him to be healthy so that he can carry the lessons he learned in childhood into adulthood.

There are three myths surrounding infant feeding you need to be aware of

All that we do at home as children and young people will be our first guide when we raise our children. Even though we've said it a thousand times, we will do it differently than our parents when it is our turn.

You can educate yourself and combat the myths passed down from generation to generation, which can affect children's relationships with food. These innocent affirmations may continue to be a part of the child's life until they are no longer innocent or for the rest of their lives.

  • Do you notice how your child jumps and jumps throughout the day? His body is consuming calories, which is fuel for his energy needs. Sometimes adults don't realize that children have different energy needs. What can you do to help your child? You can ensure healthy snacks and meals. Make homemade gelatin, cookies, and fruit salad. You can teach him to eat delicious foods without having to resort to high-calorie sweets.
  • Children should take vitamin supplements: If your child eats well, it is not necessary to supplement their diet with a vitamin, unless a nutrition specialist has recommended it. Your child must grow up healthy. However, it is best for you to seek out an expert if you are unsure.
  • Children need "special food" When you tell your child there is a special meal for him, you are making a difference in his diet. He doesn't have to be forced to eat something he doesn't like. He doesn't want to eat nuggets made with chips every single day. It's hard to find the right balance, but you can use your cunning to slowly start eating what you make at home.


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