Friday, 12 February 2016

Baby care tips

    1.    1 to 3 Months Baby:

Baby develops physically and mentally, the feeding process is includes. Commonly, babies move toward containing more milk during each feeding. Sleep for longer periods at night. Breastfed should get vitamin D supplements within the first few days of life.

     2.    4 to 6 Months Baby:

Cereal and soft cooked thinly pureed fruits and veggies should be baby’s first solid food experiences. Baby Food is a term that applies to baby foods that are highly pureed and strained. Some of these foods include,  sweet potatoes, butternut or winter squash and carrots

     3.    6 to 9 Month:

If your 6-8 month old baby is just starting solid foods, you will probably only manage to have baby eat 1/2 of the tablespoon sized portion the very first times you begin solids. If you are using a Baby Led Weaning approach, your baby may only manage to get a few pieces of food into his or her mouth. 

     4.    10 to 12 Month:

Your 10-12 Month old baby has found a few foods that are truly favorite foods. Your baby’s refusal to eat even favorite foods may be attributed to many things. These year baby can eat fruit like banana, avocado, apple, papaya. Some of the cereals and grains and veggies can eat them such as wheat, sweet potato, carrots, barley, pumpkin etc. 

     5.    After 1 year:

After one year the child should be started on variety of foods so that it develops tastes. Cow or Buffalo's milk can be given along with seasonal fruits and vegetables. Milk give per glass 2-3 times a day. Seasonal fruits should be given. Avoid peeling the fruit’s skin. Chapati should be made from whole wheat and polished rice is not healthy.

     6.    After 2 year:

After 2 years, give the time-to-time food is very important because improves their power continuously.
Give breakfast to your baby is dasa with coconut chatney, suji, upma, sheera. Such type of soup is very healthy food is tomato soup, mixed veg soup etc.
Lunch is roti, rice, dal khichadi, curd rice. At dinner rice kheer, pasta in tomato base.

     7.    After 3 year:

A 3-year-old child needs a balanced amount of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates and fats. In Indian style or education system, most 3-year-old kids are sent to school.
Beginning school means physical as well as mental exertion for the kids. This is because at this age, the kid gets into a lot of physical and mental activities. The diet plan for 3 year old baby must be highly nutritional and lunch must be given its due importance.
 For lunch, dal, paneer and seasonal vegetables like ladyfinger, cabbage, carrots and peas must be served with chapatti. A small portion of salad is also beneficial.  

      8.    After 4 year:

A 4 year old needs approximately 1,200 to 1,400 calories daily to meet her nutritional needs and allow for adequate growth and development.
Children this age need about 4 ounces of grains, 1 1/2 cups of vegetables, 1 cup of fruits, 2 1/2 cups of dairy and 3 ounces of protein daily.
Cheese and crackers, fruit, yogurt, vegetable sticks such as carrots, sweet peppers, broccoli or cauliflower, peanut butter on whole-grain bread or crackers are examples of healthy snacks. 

      9.    After 5 Year:

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for you and your child. Children who eat healthy well-balanced meals get the daily nutritional needs to help keep their weight under control, maintain lower blood-cholesterol levels.
Three well-balanced meals each day that include meats, fruits and vegetables and low-fat dairy products may prevent your 5-year-old from developing health conditions such as osteoporosis later in life.