Bell Peppers and Broccoli Month on March, 2019: Can my rats eat green bell peppers?
March, 2019 is Bell Peppers and Broccoli Month 2019. Bell Peppers and Broccoli Keep Your Smile Healthy March is Bell Pepper and
My rats aren't too keen on green bell peppers, but the others they seem pretty happy to eat the orange and red ones. The only thing my rats don't really like is broccoli.
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five month old eating solids, question?
Hiya! Ok, so my suggestion is to slow down on the foods a bit. Babies are only supposed to start eating Solids at 6 months of age. Reason being, that a baby younger that 6 months, doesn't have the proper function of their tongues yet, thus being able to adequately push food to the back of their mouths in order to swallow food. This reflex is also known as the "gag reflex". If a baby is eating food, and some happens to get stuck in a part of the throat that isn't normal, the baby will naturally gag, and the tongue will force the food back into the mouth. Under the age of 6 months, a baby does not know how to gag appropriately, and may choke on the food. Even babies at the suggested age of 6 months, should only have pureed foods that are easy to swallow, and are chunk free to avoid any choking hazards. Pureed foods allow baby to practice the swallowing technique, and to prepare the body for bigger, more challenging foods to chew and swallow soon! The yogurt puffs that you are giving your little one will even say on the container that they are intended for 6 months and up. The reason is justified. However, aside from this reasoning, you, as the baby's mother, will do what you like, and that's completely your choice! If you are choosing to feed baby foods early, I would stick to pureed foods until she is over 6 months. Feed one simple puree 2-3 times per day for 3 days. After the third day, try another puree. This helps rule out any allergies, or reactions to that food in particular. Start with veggies; carrot, yams, potato, broccoli, corn, green beans, peas etc. And then try fruits; banana, apple, strawberry etc. This will give her variety, and she will properly learn just how to eat! I wish you the best of luck, have fun with your sweet one! :)
Can I give my 9 month old regular food? Whats okay to give her?
My daughter is 10 months, and at about 8 months she also refused all baby food.
I feed my daughter: cheerios, cooked carrots, cooked sweet potatoes, peas, grean beans, banana, strawberries, raspberries, peaches, mango, oranges, cooked pears, watermelon, cantaloupe, broccoli, cooked bell peppers, cooked apples, whole wheat pasta, brown rice, whole wheat bread, plain yogurt, fat free cottage cheese,tuna, boiled chicken breast, the gerber snack foods (she has a couple with her bottle as a snack), and also the gerber graduates meals for toddlers (the veggies are EXTREMELY soft, and I just mush up the meat into the rice/noodles and she eats it right up, its basically big kid baby food).
Pretty much anything you can mash using your tounge against the top of your mouth she can have =]
I started my daughter with Cheerios and that is all she would eat for a few days. She LOVED them and still does. Give some of those to start with!