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What can I do to help my 10-month-old baby gain weight? Could you provide some food suggestions?

To increase the weight of a 10-month-old baby, it's important to focus on providing a balanced and nutritious diet. Breast milk or iron-fortified formula should still be the primary source of nutrition, as they provide essential nutrients for healthy weight gain. Additionally, you can gradually introduce a variety of solid foods to complement their milk intake. Offer a range of foods from different food groups, including fruits, vegetables, grains, proteins (such as mashed or pureed meats, poultry, fish, beans, and tofu), and dairy products (such as yogurt and cheese). Ensure the foods are age-appropriate, soft, and easy to chew. It's important to introduce new foods one at a time and watch for any signs of allergies or intolerances. Aim to feed your 10-month-old baby three meals a day, along with two to three snacks. Offer foods in appropriate portion sizes and let your baby guide their own intake based on their hunger and fullness cues. Consulting with a pediatrician or a registered dietitian can provide personalized guidance based on your baby's specific needs and growth patterns.


Posted January 15, 2024 by at United States in Baby Feeding
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