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Good time of the day, guys! Can you help me? Dads, I have a very serious question to discuss. My baby is very little, but I was to get to know the unswer for my question beforehand. You see, I would like to know when is the best time to start feeding a baby jar baby food? Several doctors gave me different unswers to this question, so I would like to know at what age you started to do that.
There is some debate about when babies should start solid foods. Even within the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) there is a difference of opinion. The AAP’s Committee on Nutrition recommends starting solids sometime between 4 and 6 months. However, the AAP’s Breastfeeding Policy Statement recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months.
Baby's growing up, and is ready for solid baby food! But are you prepared? Do you suddenly find yourself face-to-face with your first babysitting experience feeding a baby? Here is some help! Start when baby is ready. It is generally recommended that babies consume only formula or breast milk until about four to six months. Don't press solid food too early, as it has been linked to food allergies and even eating disorders. Use a feeding chair. A high chair is ideal, but in a pinch you can use a car seat. Have the baby sit in your lap only in desperation, because this position is awkward and will leave you messy. Be careful that the seat is set up safely and the baby secured properly.
I know that regular use of such goodies can cause obesity or other health problems in the child. BUT this does not mean that the baby should be completely transferred to the purchase of baby food. Approximately half a year it's time to introduce the baby to the "adult food": start gradually introducing into the diet of the child lure - vegetables, fruits, meat. However, remember that new products are just an addition to breast milk, and not its replacement.As the first complementary foods, in 6-7 months, it is best to give vegetables, and by 8-9 months you can add meat. New product in the "menu" of the baby is added no more often than once every 5 days, and do it in one of the morning feedings - then during the day you can observe the state of the child. Start with 5-10 grams and gradually bring the portion to the desired volume.
Spread out a drop cloth to catch spills. Commercial messy-mats are available, but a shower curtain, a painter's drop-cloth, a garbage bag, or chair mat will also work. Or, simply be prepared to sweep and mop the floor after. Get a bowl or two. You will usually need one bowl for cereal, and one for a "side dish". Generally, choose unbreakable bowls, because babies tend to grab and drop everything. Be sure any dish used is clean and safe. You may wish to be careful about choosing containers made from #7 plastic due to concerns about its bisphenol A (BPA) content, which is thought to be able to leach into food and drink and may be a form of endocrine disrupter. Wide scale concern was expressed as to this type of plastic container in the late 2000s, although the research done thus far has not convinced major government food safety authorities as to its lack of safety. Since babies' immune systems are developing, many people prefer to err on the side of precaution and many products now voluntarily state that they are BPA-free. Or, you can prefer glass over plastic or simply avoid heating anything edible or drinkable in a plastic container.
I think that it should be nearly in five month. And I think that this period is the most suitable. Don't you think? I heard the fact that it is generally recommended that babies consume only formula or breast milk until about four to six months. You might not to press solid food too early, as it has been linked to food allergies and even eating disorders. Use a feeding chair. A high chair is ideal, but in a pinch you can use a car seat. You can have the baby sit in your lap only in desperation, because this position is awkward and will leave you messy. There are many others pieces of advice
The most important rule of the first complementary food is to introduce low-allergenic foods into the baby's diet. The product must be ground or ground to a semi-liquid state - the baby's stomach is still too weak to digest food. And by introducing complementary foods, start with one-component purees. The optimal choice is zucchini, cauliflower or broccoli. I started luring with a zucchini - I think that its delicate texture is most easily absorbed by a gentle baby's stomach. Since the introduction of new food coincided with the last month of autumn, it is quite natural that on the shelves of stores there was a clear deficit of fresh vitaminants from the bed, so I gave canned puree without salt and extra additives. My daughter was eating with joy.
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