The 4 signal complementary foods that baby should add to complementary foods

The 4 signal complementary foods that baby should add to complementary foods

Do parents know?

WHO recommends that babies should start to add complementary foods around 6 months. So what signal indicates that complementary foods can be added?

Should I pay attention to certain issues when adding complementary foods?

  Complementary food refers to foods other than breast milk and infant formula. WHO and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that supplementary foods can be added to babies around 6 months.

In addition to judging from time, how can we judge that the baby should add complementary food?

Should I pay attention to certain issues when adding complementary foods?

  4 signals tell your baby that it’s time to add complementary foods When your baby shows the following conditions, he is ready to eat complementary foods: he can sit firmly against things; he can control the smaller and head movements; the baby canPut toys or hands in their mouths; babies lean forward and open their mouths when they see adolescent food.

  The baby’s complementary food is preferred for rice noodles. The baby’s first complementary food is recommended to use iron-containing rice noodles, which can be prepared with breast milk, formula milk or water.

When the baby can eat rice cereal, you can gradually add vegetable puree, fruit puree and so on.

  Adding new complementary foods to pay attention to allergic reactions When adding new complementary foods, it is best to add only one at a time, and add another food when the baby has no allergic reaction for several days.

When adding new complementary foods to your baby, pay attention to whether your baby has allergic reactions, such as rash, vomiting, diarrhea, cough, etc.

When your baby has these symptoms, take your baby to the doctor in time to diagnose the food allergy.

  Through the above sharing, I hope to help parents accept their baby.