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New blog post: Age-By-Age Guide On What To Feed Your Baby - In this entry, we will break down the guidelines for solid food diet for your baby at each stage of their development in their first year. 4 – 6 Months – Single-Grain Cereals Single-grain cereals are the best solid food to introduce to your baby. They’re fortified with iron, which your baby needs most, as their level of natural iron reserve starts to drop at around four months and will be depleted at around six months. Mix a teaspo...
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New blog post: Tell-Tale Signs Your Baby Is Ready for Solid Food, and What to Feed Him
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New blog post: Introducing Your Baby to Solid Foods - Nothing is more adorable for parents than seeing their baby happy with food all over his face, and everywhere else. This cute picture is something every parent will cherish in their lifetime. Indeed, starting you baby on solid food is fun, but it’s no secret that it can be messy too. The AAP or American Academy of Pediatrics recommends parents to start their child on solids between four to six months. And within this time frame, parents ...
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New blog post: Age by Age Guide to Feeding Your Baby - As a mother, you want to make sure that you follow the recommended feeding guide for your baby during its first year. You need to know what to feed your child and how much to ensure they meet the dietary requirements needed for development. However, each child is unique and some will eat more while others eat less. The dosage is therefore irrelevant but the frequency and type of food that is given to them is what matters. 0 to 4 Months ...
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New blog post: The First 24-Hour Newborn Feeding Guide - Most babies will need 8 to 15 feeding in their first day; this is because their tummy is still so tiny (about the size of a marble) and can’t take much food at once. It is important to feed your child as often as he seems to want it. You can feed him before he start to yell for it. They need to be in good mood to open their mouth wide and have a mouthful of your breast. They can’t do that while crying. Keep your baby as close to you. ...
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New blog post: Baby Feeding Patterns - Newborns need to be fed very frequently, but this is not a problem you need to solve. Rather, a natural stage where their body needs to absorb as much nutrients as possible to develop and grow. Despite of their small tummies, they digest fast, which means they need to eat often. Also, breast milk digests pretty quickly. Formula-fed babies however, may eat a little less often compared to breastfed newborns; this is because their tummy takes longer to di...
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