Solid Foods

Posted: April 18, 2017 in Baby Stuff, Uncategorized
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“Breast milk still is the most important part of your baby’s diet at this age, so breastfeed right before you offer cereal or other foods,” says Debi Page Ferrarello, R.N., M.S., I.B.C.L.C., director of family education and lactation at Penn Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Health System. When you do offer solids, start with rice cereal and gradually add a cooked or mashed fruit or vegetable. (Many pediatricians believe it’s fine to start with a finely puréed fruit or vegetable, or even meat; check with your doc to see what she recommends.) 

Be sure to wait three to five days before introducing a different food so you can trace the cause of any allergic reaction.

source: www.fitpregnancy.com

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