Wondering how to create a healthy yet delicious diet plan for your 13-month-old baby? You’ve come to the right place. This video gives you a 13-month baby diet chart with wholesome recipes that give your child the nutrients he requires, and introduces tasty foods to him at the same time.
Most toddlers at this age tend to become picky eaters. Their feeding habits are likely to change and get more unpredictable. They may seem to eat reasonably well on some days while other days they may be completely disinterested in eating. A diet chart for a 13-month-old baby makes it easier for you to give your child nutritious food and maintain his interest in food as much as possible. Watch this video for a thirteen-month-baby diet chart along with feeding tips to ensure he safely eats the food placed on the table.
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1. Each child is different, so follow these meal plans at your discretion. You can modify the meals according to your child’s preferences and requirements.
2. Introduce only one fruit or vegetable to your baby at a time and feed it for at least three days. If there are no signs of an allergy, you can continue the same.
3. If your baby has an allergic reaction, stop that food immediately. In case the allergic reaction persists, consult a paediatrician.
4. If your child has a known food allergy to nuts, gluten, eggs, etc., please consult your doctor before following the suggested diet plan.
5. Do not feed honey to babies under 12 months of age as it may contain bacterial spores that cause infant botulism.
6. Do not feed cow’s milk to babies under 12 months of age as they may develop lactose intolerance.
7. Don’t stop breastfeeding at once. Breastfeed on demand or in-between meals.
8. Offer mashed and pureed food between 6-8 months, slowly progressing to lumpy and finely-chopped food.
9. Offer chopped and finger foods between 8-12 months to encourage self-feeding.
10. Offer regular food with a variety of tastes and textures after 12 months.
11. While preparing formula, please follow the instructions on the box and use the measuring spoon provided with it.
12. Don’t stop solid foods if your child is suffering from diarrhoea.
13. Some kids may eat less on some days, which is alright. However, if your child eats less for more than 3-4 consecutive days, consult your doctor.
14. A child may eat less if he is teething or ill. Increase breast milk /formula feeds on those days and re-introduce solids once the child is back to normal.