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How To Introduce Solid Food To An Infant

January 02, 2008 | 2,770 views

Ann Marie Ashton writes:  "I have a four-month-old boy and I want to provide the best nutritionally that I can for him.  He was born at home.  He has not had vaccinations.  He has been exclusively breast-fed and I do not drink milk.  What is your recommendation for starting solids? Thanks"

Dr. Mercola's Comment:

I would advise to start feeding him pureed vegetables when he is physically able. This might be around the age of six months, but you will have to let him guide you through the process.

The worst thing you could do is to start him on grains. That will just perpetuate the central problem with nutrition in this country which is an over reliance on the grain carbohydrates in exclusion of the far healthier vegetables.

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