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Around six months of age, baby’s evolving needs call for the introduction of foods

1 min to read Nov 4, 2016

Around 6 months of age, breast milk is insufficient to meet the requirements of some nutrients, particularly energy, protein, iron and zinc.

Offering iron-containing foods first such as iron-fortified infant cereals, puréed meats, poultry and fish is recommended. Fruits, vegetables and dairy products can then be added to the diet to help build healthy eating patterns as your baby grows.

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