You will need
  • Juice maker, plastic grater, steamer
Lures in the form of juice, you should enter one in the following sequence: first the juice from the green apples (he has the allergenic properties), then the juice from the cherries, then black currant, pear, plum and carrot. After that, you can give your baby mixed juices. Start giving juice is necessary with 3-5 drops in a week increasing the volume. Tart and acidic juices should be diluted with water. Later need to try to give mashed fruit, cooked using plastic floats. Here, too, there is a sequence: first an Apple, then banana, pear, plum, peach and blueberries. The amount of juices and fruit purees in the daily diet should be the same. It is determined in milliliters by multiplying the child's age in months 10 (in 5 months - 50 ml, etc.).
Enter the vegetable solid foods is recommended after one or two months after fruit. Better to start with the carrot puree. Then you should try to give mashed squash, then pumpkin, turnip, potato (it must be pre-soaked), cabbage, beets and green peas. Gradually we should start to add in the puree deodorised refined vegetable oil (sunflower, corn, olive), starting at 1 g and gradually increasing to 5 grams is 1 teaspoon per day. Gradually introducing different vegetables, you can easily track which ones cause an allergic reaction in a child.
Seven-month-old baby can already be 2-5 times a week to give in the lureand the yolk from 18 yolks a day. From the eighth to ninth month of life the baby is allowed to feed curds (first 12 teaspoon, but a month should bring the batch up to 30 g), and even rye bread. Gradually, it is necessary to teach your baby to cereals, primarily to buckwheat, then oats and rice. It is already possible to give 5 g meat sauce (beef, Turkey, chicken or rabbit), to a year increasing the dose up to 60-70 g. With 8-9 months a couple of times a week instead of meat sauce you can feed your baby fish (preferably mashed low-fat varieties - cod, perch, hake, salmon trout, etc.).