Ideal Infant Weight Gain For Your Little Child With These Nutrition Tables!

Weight of your infant must be observed keenly from his date of birth. Infant weight gain must be maintained correctly according to his age.

Both over weight and under weight are not good for infant, several health problems can develop if he weighs less or more.

The energy and growth levels of your infants can be maintained correctly by giving the right foods necessary for them.

Perfect infant weight gain can be achieved if you follow the nutrition table properly.Infant Weight Gain

The nutrition or food tables to attain perfect infant weight gain:

Food table for the infants who are aged between 0 to 3 months:

Break fast or early morning food Breast milk and/or formula
Lunch Breast milk and/or formula
Dinner or snack Breast milk and or formula

Food table for the infants who are aged between 4 to 8 months:

Early morning waking Breast milk and/or formula
Break fast Breast milk and/or formula

Infant cereal (optional) – 1 food cube

Fruit or vegetable (optional) – 1 food cube (serve mixed into to the cereal or separately)

Lunch Breast milk and/or formula

Infant Cereal (Optional) – 1 food cube – serve mixed into the cereal or separately

Fruit or Vegetable (Optional) – 1 or 2 food cubes of each or mix the cubes together; for example, apples and carrots are Yummy together!

Dinner or snack Breast Milk and/or Formula

Fruit or Vegetable (Optional) – 1 food cube

Before bedtime Breast milk and/or formula

Food table for the infants who are aged between 8 to 11 months:

Early morning waking Breast Milk and/or Formula
Breakfast Breast Milk and/or Formula

Infant Cereal – 1 food cube

Fruit or Vegetable – 2 or 3 food cubes

Dairy (Optional) – Yogurt – 1 or 2 food cube sized portions (or about 2 tablespoons)

Lunch Breast Milk and/or Formula

Infant Cereal or Other Grain – (Optional) (i.e. pasta, rice) – 1 or 2 food cubes

Meat/Meat-Protein Alternate – (Optional) 1 or 2 food cubes

Fruit or Vegetable – 2 or 3 food cubes of each or mix the cubes together with the Grain Example: Rice mixed with Peas served with Pear Sauce on the side

Dairy (Optional) – Yogurt or Cheeses

*A Lunch of Fruits, Veggies and a Protein without grains is an option. A Lunch of a Grain with Fruits and Veggies without a protein is also an option.

Dinner Breast Milk and/or Formula

Grain (i.e. pasta, rice) – 1 or 2 food cubes

Meat/Meat Alternate – (Optional) – 1 food cube

Fruit and/or Vegetable – 2 or 3 food cubes of each or mix the cubes together

Example: Tofu mixed with Avocado served with Applesauce & Blueberries on the side

Dairy – Yogurt or Cheeses (Optional)

Snack Formula, Breast Milk, or Diluted Fruit Juice (no more than 4 oz of juice per day if at all!!)

Bread/Crackers/Homemade Nutritious Baby Cookies

Soft Cooked Vegetable or

Soft Ripe (cooked if needed) Fruit Dices

Cheese Cubes

Tofu Cubes

Yogurt

Before bedtime Breast milk and/or formula

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