According to nutritionists, all fruits have great benefits for babies, it’s just that the fruit giving must be adjusted to the baby’s age. Fruit can be given to babies aged 6 months. At this age the digestive maturity can support fruit giving. Read: 6 months baby food
Well, this time we will share about the types of fruit that can be introduced in the first MPASI stage (baby food 6 months). Although basically fruit can be given to babies, you have to consider several things, including texture. For the first time in introducing fruit, it is recommended that the fruit has a soft texture and you can smooth it first.
Digestion of babies is still in the perfection stage, so when given fruit, the fruit should taste sweet first. Recognize within one week if you do not experience digestive problems (marked by normal bowel movements, no heartburn) then it can be given back.
Here are 5 types of fruits that are good for giving solids:
The content found in bananas is phosphorus, potassium, folic acid and vitamin A which are good for the health of your baby. To serve bananas, the introduction to complementary foods is to scrape the banana flesh until it is soft then serve it to the baby. There is also a mixture of puree or puree so that it adds flavor and does not bore your baby.
The giving of citrus fruit is indeed a tad when it is introduced at the age of giving complementary foods. You need to know that a good orange is one that has a sweet taste so you don’t have to worry about health problems. The nutritional content of oranges is very good for calcium, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin A, fiber and folic acid which are good for baby health. In serving you can peel it then squeeze it until the water is given to the baby. Direct administration is not recommended because the texture is still difficult for babies to digest.
The contents of tomatoes such as calcium, sodium, fiber, protein, magnesium, folic acid and vitamin A. You can introduce tomatoes with a mixture of puree so that they have a different taste. Make tomatoes as a complement or sauce served with puree or puree.
The nutritional content in pears is phosphorus, potassium, calcium and vitamin C. This content is good for the health of babies. Suggested presentation by cutting the pear into small pieces then steam until soft.
The nutritional content in apples is potassium, fostor, calcium, megnesium, vitamin A, vitamin C. Serving suggestions of peeled apple skin then cut into small pieces, then put it in a pan, add enough water or it could be until the ampel pieces are submerged in water . after the apple is soft we can immediately put it in the blender.