What Advanced Nutrition Should I Give to My Child After Birth?
I'm 9 months pregnant and I want to know what nutritions are crucial for my child's early growth and development.
- EdnaLv 77 months agoFavourite answer
Ask your baby's doctor about what kind of advanced nutrition he thinks you should give your baby (if any).
- Suzy QLv 78 months ago
I have a hard time believing anybody would make it to 9 months pregnant, apparently without educating themselves at all about baby care, and then suddenly wake up and wonder 'what nutritions are crucial' for her child's early growth and development.
But okay, the short answer is breast milk or formula.
- Pat WoodenLv 78 months ago
Mother Nature has already provided the perfect nutrition with mother's milk. In addition to being the perfect food, it gives the baby immunity against many diseases, since they receive the mom's antibodies with the milk.
If you find it difficult or impossible to nurse the baby, the next best thing is to express your milk with a nursing pump and feed it to the baby in a bottle.
- Tri-HarderLv 78 months ago
Breastmilk and/or formula for the first six months minimum. After that, slowly start well-rounded solids, always a few bites a couple times a day AFTER nursing or a bottle, gradually increasing. For the first year, breastmilk and/or formula needs to make up the bulk of their nutrition.
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- abdulLv 78 months ago
Breast feed your child for at least the 1st 6 months of life. That is the best form of nutrition available for a human infant; it's own mothers milk.
- TulipLv 78 months ago
Baby milk ding dong
- Ranchmom1Lv 78 months ago
Breastmilk or formula are the only things your child should have after birth.