Vegetables, berries and melon puree for child up to a year

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A 1-st lure during breastfeeding for the newborn, however you know, are juices that should be given to three weeks. 2 weeks later, of the a introduction in a regime of a newborn apples fresh juice, may be gradually introduced into a newborn's regime, plum and berry puree.

However right so juices, first newborn to be given applesauce, not to cause allergic reactions, and alone then you can give a baby mashed berries and fruits like cherries, plums, pears and bananas. In order to determine the daily rate of mash with a spoon for your child, the baby's age need be multiplied by 10, that is, if a newborn is 3.5 months, he must be given every day not more than 35 grams of fruit or berry puree.

Introducing a child's food berry and fruits purees, to give him a first complete? teaspoon, with a 7 days gradually increasing a dose to 2 tbsp.. So gradually increase the dose up to that norm, which is required for his age. The child grows up and has a 4.5 - 5.5 months in the diet of the baby's time to enter and veg purees.

Within 4 hours of the baby should be added to the power of one kind of mashed vegetables. 1st you claim to give mashed fresh vegetables like zucchini, squash, carrots, potatoes, and alone then, a little later, it is potential to give tomatoes, beets and other raw vegetables. It is necessary to observe which of a vegetables in a baby causes an allergic reaction. They then request to be deleted.

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