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What diet should be given for a 6 month child?

hi im jameela my baby is 6months 1day and i started wheat , fruits and wheat cerelac fro the 1st time . i feed him twice a day morning wheat and evening fruits and wheat 1/2 tablespoon only . now i want to kno is it good to start with wheat , wheat and fruits for 1st time ? how many times in a day i should feed him ?
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have started feeding your six months old child with wheat and fruits twice daily.Is he still on breast feeding ? You can feed with wheat and fruits as alternate feeds every 3 to 4 hours.You have to just be careful to see that you do not overfeed it You can add Banana which is very good for the health of a growing child.There is no harm in feeding wheat as most of the baby foods available in the market contain wheat and it is aproved by WHO.
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