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A child between the ages of 6-12 months requires a lot of nutrients like minerals and vitamins to have a proper growth. Most of the children in this age group suffer from diseases like anemia, malnutrition etc due to insufficient intake of the required nutrients. Like an adult’s body, a child’s body also requires minerals and proteins to grow and fight with the diseases. The parents should see to it that their child is given a proper diet rich in the required things. Parents should keep in mind the following points:

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Zim Posted: Friday, March 29, 2013 2:47:57 PM(UTC)
The only juice infants can have is orange juice. The baby's digestive system is not that developed at this stage so other fruits including other citrus fruits should not be given to the baby!
priyanka desai Posted: Friday, February 22, 2013 7:42:52 PM(UTC)

No need to get confused.

What this diet chart suggest is, avoid giving citrus fruits directly, but you can give it in diluted form.

"Give him unsweetened fruit juice. Dilute the juice and then give it to him. Also do not give juice during night time as it may result in tooth decay."

Babies also need proper amount of Vitamin C as well, which we just can not ignore, orange juice is good source of Vitamin C.

In some cases if babies have some health problem then doctors suggest to give fresh juices, which are low in sugar to babies.

So you can give orange juice to your baby, in diluted form.
sanjay Posted: Friday, February 22, 2013 6:56:51 PM(UTC)
u wrote that citrus fruits should not be given bt u wrote half cup of orange juice in brunch....plz explain this contradiction....