Infant Nutrition

Infant Nutrition

 

Infant Nutrition

 

  • Practice  on- demand, exclusive and frequent breastfeeding until 6 months of age and continue breastfeeding until 2 years of age.
  • Practice responsive feeding ( e.g. feed infants directly. Feed slowly and patiently, encourage them to eat but do not force the child)
  • Practice good hygiene and proper food handling.
  • Top Feeds – Start at 6 months with small amounts of food and increase gradually as the child grows older.
  • Increase the number of times  the child is fed : 2-3 meals per day for infants of 6-8 months of age and 3-4 meals per day for infants of 9-23 months of age, with 1-2 additional snacks as required.
  • Use fortified complementary foods  as advised by the Pediatrician.
  • During illness consider increased feeding of soft and liquid diet that aids in easy digestion

Infancy is the starting steps of your beloved, feed him right, so that he fights right for the rest of life!!

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