750 g Brown RiceWheat is the grain most often associated with food allergies. ... In general, children are developmentally ready to begin solid foods between 4-6 months old
500 g WheatWheat is the grain most often associated with food allergies. ... In general, children are developmentally ready to begin solid foods between 4-6 months old
250 g RagiRagi is a whole grain that is gluten – free and a staple in South India. It is an immune-boosting superfood and is rich in proteins and minerals. There are a number of ways you can eat ragi .
100 g Whole Moong Moong dal contains almost every nutrition in it namely water, protein, carbohydrates, sugars, iron, phosphorous, sodium, vitamins and Riboflavin. It improves immunity and metabolism in infants. It helps the intestine to cope to solids by enhancing the process of digestion.
100 g Thick Pohahigh in protein and carb.
50 g Toor Daalrich in protein, carbohydrates and fats making it the best weight gaining food for babies
20 Almonds Almonds can be considered “brain food.” Healthy levels of vitamin E have been shown to prevent cognitive decline, boost alertness and preserve memory longer. Almonds contain about 17 percent of your daily intake of B2, which helps convert food to energy for the body
2 Jaiphal keeps tummy problems at bay. Help a child sleep better. Cure the problem of indigestion. Help treat a cold and cough
5 CardomamFor taste
1 tbsp Ajwain Ajwain is highly beneficial in treating repository problems like cold symptoms and chest congestion. Helps in treating digestive issues like stomach ache, gas, flatulence, acidity, etc.
1 tbsp Jeera / Cumin Seeds
50 g Arrowroot This unusually named powdered starch is good for babies because it's allergen-free for most babies and also may have some stomach-soothing properties.
50 g Sugandhi Beru This is optional