Category Archives: Baby Feeding
  • How Much Should a 3 Month Old Baby Eat

    By Kieth | September 4, 2012
    Babies usually grow very quickly in their first year, and they have rapidly changing nutritional needs. They need a lot of energy because of their fast-paced growth, and the first few months can be overwhelming to new parents. Since the child's ...
  • Milk Feed For Premature Baby

    Baby Feeding Amounts: Premature Baby Feeding Amounts By Age

    By Niki | June 24, 2011
    A newborn baby requires only breast milk. Some mothers may also feed their new born infants with formula. But other than this, no other food should be fed to the baby. Babies also do not require any water. Water will only make the baby feel full and ...
  • Baby Feeding Amount

    Baby Feeding Amount

    By Ashley | February 24, 2010
    Breast milk is the most nutritious feed for a baby and is recommended till the baby is at least three to six months old. Breast milk not only contains a healthy and suitable balance of the various nutrients needed for proper development of the baby ...
  • Simple Formula Feeding Tips

    Simple Formula Feeding Tips

    By Ashley | February 12, 2010
    The first and most important thing to understand about formula feeding an infant is that it is not the optimal method that is advised by doctors of feeding a child. Formula feeding is therefore something that should be done only when there the ...
  • Milk Intake During Weaning

    Milk Intake During Weaning

    By Ashley | January 7, 2010
    Weaning is a significant process in which mother’s milk is substituted with external food. Mother’s milk, though rich in nutrients and antibodies (which strengthen the immune system of the baby), lacks certain nutrients. As such, weaning ...
  • How To Start Weaning?

    How to start weaning

    By Ashley | January 7, 2010
    Weaning is a process of introducing external food to babies, thereby reducing their dependence on mother’s milk. Weaning may start as early as three months, or somewhere between four to six months. The length of the weaning period depends on ...
  • First Foods For Weaning

    First Foods for Weaning

    By Ashley | January 7, 2010
    Weaning is a process in which babies are introduced to external food, thereby reducing their dependence on mothers’ milk. Weaning can be initiated when the baby is four to six months old. Weaning is a significant process as it helps provide all ...
  • Is Your Baby Ready For Solid Food?

    Deciding Whether your Baby is Ready to Start Solid Foods

    By Ashley | January 7, 2010
    An appropriate diet is one of the major factors that helps you settle your baby better, and helps in normal growth and development of the baby. A baby is fed on mother’s milk in the early months, but as the baby grows, you start to wean ...
  • Family Foods During Weaning

    Family Foods During Weaning

    By Ashley | December 29, 2009
    Once babies reach nine months of age, they are ready to be given chopped or mashed versions of the meals that the rest of the family is eating. After introducing the baby to solid foods, you must offer him soft mashed pieces of food so that his ...
  • Finger Foods During Weaning

    Finger Foods During Weaning

    By Ashley | December 29, 2009
    At around seven to nine months of age, babies can be introduced to textured foods. Some mothers take the baby led weaning approach and offer finger foods to the baby right from the start, while others opt for the puree stage. Getting used to solids ...
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