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    Baby can have the following food at these ages:

    7-10 months: strained or mashed fruits and vegetables, egg yolk, finely cut and chopped meat or poultry

    9-12 months: casseroles, macaroni and cheese, spaghetti, yogurt, cheese, beans

    12-18 months: (end of transition from all breast milk or formula to regular food with breast milk or formula or regular milk):

    • whole milk—16 to 24 ounces
    • fruits and vegetables—four to eight tablespoons
    • breads and cereals—four servings (one serving equals 1/4 slice of bread or two tablespoons of rice or pasta)
    • meat, poultry, fish, eggs—two servings (one serving equals one tablespoon)

     

    SOURCE:

    • American Academy of Pediatrics Guide to Your Child’s Nutrition

     

    About the Author: Gidget Ortiz, M.D. is a registered nutritionist and teaches nutrition at UP College of Home Economics

     

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