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Food Ideas for 1-Year-Old Babies
There is you should not stress about preparing special food for the one year old. Regardless of the rest of your family eats can be eaten by them too. You just need to take care to avoid the maximum amount of salt in the food as possible. Obviously, this does eliminate most takeaway and restaurant food, as they often contain a lot of salt.

1. Cereal
All-time classic! Cereals like flaked corn soften with milk and are simple to digest. Try to have whole-grain cereal, around possible.

2. Cucumber
Cut up cucumbers are a rejuvenating snack any moment of the day. For the baby’s ease, the simplest way to cut them is lengthwise, making “cucumber-sticks” shaped like French fries. If it’s a warm summer day, a few cucumbers can certainly prevent dehydration.

3. Dal
Dal is set with protein, which helps in muscle development. Dal curry may be eaten with rice or chapatti and it doesn’t have a powerful flavour. Be sure to cut up the chapatti into little nibble size pieces.

4. Vegetable Soup
That is an easy task to feed your one-year-old and it contains the goodness of all the vegetables you add in it. For example, carrot soup could be good for the eyes, and potatoes contain fibre.

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5. Soya
Soya granules are quickly becoming a standard substitute source of protein for pure vegetarians. The soft texture it becomes after cooking causes it to be a perfect food choice for babies.

6. Paranthas
A regular food for the household that can easily be eaten by the baby, too. The stuffing of vegetables or paneer helps it be a balanced meal.

7. Chicken
Be cautious to get organic chicken, or chicken that’s certified to be without any hormonal treatments. Overcooking the chicken to produce it softer is recommended for the toddler. Also, avoid strongly spicy flavourings, and tear the cooked meat into tiny bits, removing the bones before you feed it to your child.

8. Fish
When preparing fish, always remember that frying it causes it to be lose plenty of its nutritional value, in place of using it in a curry. Like chicken, and indeed, moreso, be very carefuhttps://parenting.firstcry.com/articles/paneer-for-babies-benefits-and-recipes/l to tear off the meat and ensure no bones remain, when you feed your child with it. Even the fine bones within sea fish could possibly get stuck in a toddler’s throat.

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