Studies have shown that before a baby is one year old, the more fruits and vegetables he eats, the less likely he will be to picky eaters when he grows up. Pediatricians also recommend foods like peanuts and eggs that are easy to be allergic to the baby before they are 12 months old.
There are no strict and rigid rules about what kind of supplements must be added to the baby first (pay attention to splitting honey and food that may cause the baby to be bloated). When adding each new food supplement to your baby (whether you choose vegetable puree, rice noodles, chicken puree, or watermelon), you need to observe every 3 days to see if your baby has signs of allergies.
Baby will use their eyes when eating, just like adults, what is more beautiful than bright red or dark blue berries? Cut the berries into small pieces for molars, or mash them into the toast. Your baby will love this flavor.
During infant brain development, sufficient DHA and omega-3 fatty acids are required. Happily, salmon contains these nutrients. Feed your baby salmon at least once a week. You can mash the cooked salmon into a puree, or spread the salmon paste on the bread slices for your baby to eat.
Never give your baby whole peanuts or a spoonful of peanut butter, as this may cause your baby to get stuck or even suffocate. You can touch peanut butter thinly on a slice of bread, or dilute peanut butter with breast milk, milk or water, and then feed it to your baby.
Add a small amount of onions, leeks, green onions, and garlic to your baby’s food to increase the flavor of your diet. The flavor of these seasonings is very mellow, and it will be very delicious when mixed with other vegetable purees and meat purees. At the same time, you can let your baby taste more.
Most babies are willing to try new foods. When feeding a baby with new food, sometimes the baby will be very interested, and sometimes it will be rejected (refuse once, twice or more times). But don't give up, green leafy vegetables are the healthiest food, and your baby needs it very much. Let your baby get used to the earthy taste in spinach, edible cabbage andbeet makes the baby brave to try and accept new flavors.
If your family is not vegetarian, you can eat more beef. Beef is rich in protein and zinc, making it an ideal breakfast food. Mashed cooked beef, can be fed alone or mixed with potatoes, sweet potatoes, or green vegetable puree.
Usually, baby rice paste is made from rice. Now you can try to make it with oats, quinoa, brown rice, or other whole wheat grains. These grains usually contain more fiber and are more flavorful.
The taste of pumpkin is sweet and very popular with babies. It is rich in vitamin A, which can be made into pumpkin puree and fed to babies. If you still have pumpkin puree left uneaten, you can add a little butter and salt to eat for yourself, it is very delicious.
An egg contains about 6 grams of protein, plus fat and choline, which are good for eye health, is almost a perfect food. And eggs are easy to make for baby. You can mix scrambled eggs with vegetable puree, you can make an omelet, or you can cut boiled eggs into small pieces or mince.
If you want to supplement your baby's iron, we usually think of meat food, but lentils also contain a lot of iron. Unlike dried beans, lentils do not need to be soaked and are easily cooked and soft. Lentils can be paired with a variety of delicious foods, such as vegetables, mild curry powder, and fresh herbs.
The following foods can be added to your baby’s meal:
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