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Has your baby added supplementary food in four months? How to add the most appropriate?

With the growth of your baby, the digestion and absorption functions are gradually strengthened and improved, and the required nutrition is also gradually increased. At this time, if you only rely on breastfeeding or artificial feeding, you should gradually add a certain amount of auxiliary food to your baby. At this time, supplementary food can be added to prepare the baby for weaning later, on the other hand, it can make the baby gradually adapt to various kinds of food.

Here are some suggestions for Baoma: first of all, the amount of supplementary food should be added from less to more, so that the baby can gradually adapt to accept; second, the supplementary food should be fed to the baby from thin to thick, adapt to the digestion of the baby's intestines and stomach, and not be rushed; the supplementary food of the baby should be gradually increased in varieties and styles, so that the baby can gradually accept Finally, we should always observe whether the baby has any adverse reactions when taking the new type of complementary food. If there are adverse reactions, we should stop using them in time, and wait for the baby to return to health before proceeding.

There is also a certain emphasis on the time of adding complementary food to the baby. For example, adding complementary food after the baby's four months can start after the daily dinner. Try to feed a certain amount of complementary food to the baby before feeding breast milk or milk powder, and then according to the baby's adaptation. After a month or two, use complementary food instead of dinner. If the baby is a little older, when he is seven or eight months old, then the mother can add a certain amount of complementary food to the baby's Chinese food, until the Chinese food is completely replaced by complementary food, and gradually reduce the number of times of feeding milk in a day. When the baby is one year old, it will stop breastfeeding, mainly for staple food, meat, poultry, eggs, fruits and vegetables.