Congratulations Mom, now your baby is 8 months old…! 8 months is a very fun and interactive stage. Well, worried about his food/diet? If this is so, this post is a must read for you. In this, Indian Diet Chart for 8 months old baby, his growth milestones and tips on how to feed him are discussed.
Note: If your baby doesn’t do any of the above-mentioned activities, please don’t panic. Have Patience Moms..! And also, you need to be cautious as safety is a big issue at this stage. Try to be right behind them in case they start to wobble as your baby is now entering the land of bumps and falls. Keep the objects out of the reach of babies that might cause a choking hazard.
Now, let us know important tips on how to feed a baby which are discussed below.
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Before I write down Indian Diet Chart for 8 months old baby, let us first see the list of foods that you can include and those you should avoid in your baby’ Diet Chart.
Important points to remember for feeding above mentioned foods:
Some foods pose a choking hazard and a few aren’t good for your baby’s digestive system. Here is list of some foods to be avoided in Indian Diet Chart for 8 months old baby.
Know the complete list of foods that are unsafe for baby by clicking on the link mentioned below:
Now, we know what food is to be included and to be avoided, I will now pen down Indian Diet Chart for 8 months old baby for your reference.
You can note down all the Food/ Meal recipes referred in the above four charts by clicking on the link mentioned below:
Important Tip: In addition to above mentioned diet chart, you can give light foods (fruits/vegetables/ finger foods) in between as and when required by the baby (when baby feels hungry). Also, do continue Breastfeeding/ Formula milk to baby.
NOTE:- This Indian Diet Chart for 8 months old Baby is framed to just give you an idea about the food items that you can include. You can make changes in timings and according to the babies taste and acceptability for that particular food item, also changes can be made on the basis of availability of the food item. Strict meal times is not mandatory. Feed him whenever he is hungry.
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I am Isha Ahuja, Nutritionist and Weight Loss Consultant. I am blessed with an angel who is 3 years old. In all the stages of my life till date I feel “PARENTING” is the toughest of all. This is the stage where every single parent wants the best for their tiny ones. No matter what professional/non- professional backgrounds we belong to when we become a mommy its altogether a new journey and a new research that we have to start be it breastfeeding, weaning, toilet training and everything related to upbringing of a baby. So, here I am to share my experiences and advises with the new parents which can help you all in raising your tiny ones and giving them the best what they deserve.