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Given child Nan1, Cerelac and soy formula. What to feed now?

hello doctor, my son is 6 months old as of yesterday, from birth onwards we were giving the baby nan1 but after 2 months we started zerolac since last 15 days we are giving him similac isomil (soy formula) as we have got it from saudi arabia. now the stock is over atleast it will take more 10 days to get it. kindly advise what to feed and which milk to continue
Asked On : Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
As far Ayurvedic Pediatrician I am not recommended artificial food like nan 1 , Zerolac etc
my opinion is Breast feeding is best feeding for baby.
If due to any reason Breast feed in not available. Then you can start Buffalo milk (Star with 1 part of milk and 1 part of water, then gradually decrease water quantity )

For 6 month child you can start:
Biscuits in milk
Mashed banana
Mashed Potato
Any cereal may be mixed with water or milk.

Sometimes its very difficult to accept new food, so at time try one type of food for several days.

"i wish your child good health"
Answered: Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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