Is your child growing faster? Is he raising his hands, legs and started babbling? And this is the stage when he child requires extra stamina and energy to learn other physical activities such as crawling, sitting without any support, standing and walking. Thus, here are the top best ideas to make you baby feel so energetic the whole day.
Let us check top ten diets that can be given to the 7 months old baby. However, please consult with your pediatrician before you start giving these foods.
Porridge is a light diet for a growing baby. Ragi porridge can be an excellent supplier of nutrients to your child. Ragi flours are available in any super markets and you can easily get it instead of washing, drying and then milling it which is actually a tedious process. It is rich in iron and calcium that makes your baby so healthy and active.
9. Boiled Carrot
Carrot which is rich in Vitamin A and Carotenes are rich source of diet for 7 months baby. Just peel of the skin of carrot and then boil it in a pressure cooker. Please note that you do not overcook it since it will lose all its nutrition values. Now mash the carrot with a potato masher or mixie which does not leave any solid lumps. Add salt or powdered sugar to enhance the taste.
8. Dal Rice
Dal which is a protein rich food is a very essential food for your baby. Dal which is boiled in the pressure cooker is then mashed using a masher. Mash it or grind it using the mixie until it becomes soft with no lumps. Now, add this dal to pre-boiled rice and grind this once again in the mixer jar. Note that dal rice is a rich source of food which is very good for a growing baby. Also make sure the dal rice is completely grinded with no single rice left.
7. Mixed Vegetables Mash
Take vegetables such as Carrot, beet root, beans. Wash them well and better peel of their skins. Boil all together in a steamer. Once they are boiled perfectly, take them out, cool them and mash it using a mixer jar. This diet which is rich in several nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, magnesium, phosphorous and calcium is very good for your baby’s health.
6. Suji Upma
Suji which in other words called as “Rava” is a rich source of protein and best for breakfast. Take just one cup of suji, roast it until it is light brown in color. Now add water so that the suji absorbs all water. Now cool it and grind it in a mixer jar. You can also add little bit of turmeric powder, salt and hing for better digestion of your baby.
5. Sweet Potato Mash
Sweet potato which is really sweet by nature is rich in beta-carotene, calcium and Vitamin C. Boil the sweet potato in a pressure cooker. Now peel off the skin of the potato and mash it using the masher. After it is mashed completely, you can feed that for your baby.
4. Banana Porridge
Take a ripe banana and grind it in a mixer jar. Now add this banana puree with boiled milk, little cinnamon for taste, powdered sugar to enhance the taste. If necessary you can add little boiled water to make it into watery consistency. This diet which is rich in fibre, potassium will clear the bowel system of your baby so that his stomach is happy.
Biscuits are easy digestion diet that can be included in every day of your baby. Take two or three whole wheat biscuits or any sweet and salt biscuits and add thick hot boiled milk to it. Mash it using the spoon until the biscuits are melted. Now you can feed this for your baby and he will definitely like it.
2. Tomato Puree
Tomato diet which is rich in Vitamin A, C, K, Magnesium, calcium and so many other nutrients makes your baby feel so tasty. First peel of the skin of tomato and now boil it in a hot pan placing tomatoes surrounded by water. Now check that the tomato is perfectly cooked and then add little salt, pinch of hing, and water to it. Mash it completely in a mixer grinder so that no lumps are formed. Now filter this puree and then feed your baby.
1. Moong Dal Kichadi
Moong dal which is rich in protein and fibre is a rich supplementary for your baby. Boil the moong dal in a pressure cooker and make it soft and mashable. Now add little hing, 1 garlic and little turmeric powder to it. Grind this with 2 cups of rice so that no lumps are formed. Also add little ghee for taste. You can soak moong dal for 15 minutes for quick boiling.