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What to Feed Your Baby

New parents frequently seek advice about when is the best time to introduce food into their baby’s diet. It is important to introduce new foods slowly, one at a time, when the child’s appetite indicates a need and taste for them. One indicator of the right moment may be the emergence of the two upper and lower teeth. Emphasize simple, easy to digest, non-allergenic foods: soupy porridge made from non-glutinous white rice, cooked and pureed carrots, yams, spinach, apples, pears, or bananas; diluted, unsweetened fruit juices; vegetable or meat broth. Avoid the early or excessive feeding of sugar, honey, fruit juice, grains, starchy foods (bread, crackers, pasta), raw fruits and vegetables.

Terry Pfau DO, HMD

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