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开始喂食固体食物指南

In Babies, Health & Nutrition on July 05, 2017 - 08:17


为宝宝开启有趣的固体食物新篇章!

当您的宝宝有6个月龄时,除喂食母乳或配方奶粉外,宝宝还需从固体食物中摄取额外的营养,以支持身体的健康发育。让宝宝通过食用不同类别的食物来获取营养,以满足不同阶段的营养需求。

家长可以通过多种方式方法来烹饪各种食物,形成健康的饮食习惯。新鲜的天然香料和调味料可以创造出不同的新口味。饮食是一场体验之旅,让孩子发现新的味道、材质、气味和视觉享受。食物可制成果泥或切成孩子易于入口的大小。通过传统的断奶(勺子喂食)或婴儿自动断奶给孩子喂食。在孩子用餐期间应有成人监管。

饮食是一场体验之旅,让孩子发现新的味道、材质、气味和视觉享受。

在给宝宝喂食固体食物之前,请注意以下发育迹象,确保宝宝是否适合进食固体食物:

  • 能够坐立,无需支撑
  • 渴望进食,如抓食物或看到食物会流口水
  • 无吐舌情况(挺舌反射),吐舌是指食物自动从口中流出
  • 愿意咀嚼
  • 会‘指尖抓握’,即在拇指和食指之间抓住物品或食物

 

由于婴儿的消化系统仍在发育,因此保证将食物完全煮熟十分重要。婴儿不得食用生食,因为会造成细菌污染。

可打印本指南并将其贴在冰箱上以作参考。希望您和宝宝共同享受固体食物之旅!

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Guide to starting baby on solids

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Starting your baby on solids is a new and fun chapter!

As your little one approaches 6 months of age, they will need additional nutrients from solids apart from breastmilk or formula to support healthy growth and development. Eating across the main categories of food allows your child to obtain nourishment from different food sources to aid in meeting his nutritional needs at various stages.

Parents can encourage healthy eating habits by offering a wide variety of food cooked with different methods and styles. Use fresh natural spices and seasonings to create new flavours. After all, eating is an experiential journey, which allows babies to discover new tastes, textures, smells and sights. Food can be served as purees or suitable sizes for child to handle. Feeding can be done via traditional weaning (spoon-feeding) or Baby Led Weaning. Adult supervision is encouraged during meal times.

eating is an experiential journey, which allows babies to discover new tastes, textures, smells and sights.

Prior to starting on solids, ensure that your baby is ready by looking out for these developmental signs:

  • Able to sit unsupported
  • Shows interest in eating e.g. grabbing food, salivates when he sees food
  • Has lost the tongue protrusion (thrust reflex) where food is automatically pushed out from his mouth
  • Is willing to chew
  • Develops ‘pincer grasp’ and picking objects or food up between his thumb and forefinger

 

As baby’s digestive system are still developing, it is important to ensure that food is thoroughly cooked. Raw food should not be served to babies as they pose a risk for bacterial contamination.

 

Print this guide and keep it on the fridge as a handy reference. We hope you enjoy the solids journey as much as your baby!

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