BREASTFEEDING PROBLEMS Breastfeeding the baby is not always easy, especially the first weeks after birth. Breastfeeding requires certain qualities that women have traditionally learned from their mothers. Nowadays, many women do not get to see women breastfeed their babies before they have to do it themselves.
'Infant Feeding' Category Articles
SWEET VEGETABLE PUREE (FOR 6 MONTH OLDS AND UP) The recipe and preparation of this vegetable puree is extremely simple. Starting form 6th month, you can add to your baby’s menu. This puree can also be prepared with different vegetables but it is important to use seasonal and fresh vegetables. Root vegetables are extremely useful for babies and can be easily accepted by […]
FRUITY OATMEAL (FOR 6 MONTH OLDS AND UP) We have mentioned the importance of oat in infant feeding before. Now we will describe a recipe very easy to prepare. You can give this meal to your baby at snacks or breakfast. This fruity oatmeal recipe is for 6 month old babies. If your baby is older than 9 months, you can also use milk instead of […]
CARROT SOUP (FOR 6 MONTH OLDS AND UP) We all know that carrot is a good source of vitamin A and vitally important for eye health. We will use a very small amount of milk in this recipe. Milk is a somewhat complicated issue. It is not recommended for those who are under 1 year old. However, this ban is relevant to drinking milk […]
BREAKFAST RECIPES (FOR 6 MONTH OLDS AND UP)
BABY FOOD WITH DRIED FRUIT AND PUMPKIN (FOR 6 MONTH OLDS AND UP) One of the most frequently asked question about baby feeding is that what to give babies in main meals. Although it may vary from a baby to another, two main meals a day is the ideal. Generally, we prefer fruit or yogurt as snack. […]
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INFANT FEEDING: 1-5 YEARS There are 4 main food groups; meat and meat products, milk and dairy products, vegetables and fruits and grains. Children also need these 4 food groups as well as adults.
INFANT FEEDING: 12th MONTH Up to this age, additional foods have been complementary of mother’s milk. But from this month on, they become main food. You can give every dish to them provided that they are purees, less spicy and less salty.
INFANT FEEDING: 11th MONTH The baby’s nutrition is very important because the development is very fast in this month. Breast milk meets the nutritional needs of infants in the first 6 months. Then, they begin to consume foods having high nutritional value. This is extremely important in terms of adequate and balanced nutrition. In these months, they have already started to sit at the table together with the family and eat homemade food. You should prefer foods with high nutritional value.