Recipes about Baby Food
Babies should only be given breast milk for the first 6 months. After the 6th month, the transition period to supplementary foods begins. Breast milk meets 70% of the baby's energy requirement in the 6-8th month. It decreases to 50% at 9 - 12 months. It decreases to 40% in 12-24 months. In the development and growth of the baby, it is recommended not to give cow's milk and goat's milk in the first year. The foods that babies should and should not consume may vary from month to month. Therefore, diet should be followed carefully. Again, salt should not be added to the foods of babies up to 1 year. Soft and liquid foods from the 6th month; From the 7th to the 8th month, foods in the consistency of mash should be given, and from the 12th month, chewed foods should be given. Products that may cause allergies such as honey should not be given for the first 12 months.
Supplementary foods 2 meals complementary food in 6-8 months baby; 3 meals for a 9-11 month baby; If necessary, additional 1-2 snacks can be added for a 12-24 month baby. Consult a physician first for all the details about your baby's nutrition.
If your baby has switched to baby formula, we offer a nutritious formula for breakfast...