When and How to Give Banana to Your Baby

When and How to Give Banana to Your Baby

Banana is the ideal fruit to give babies as soon as they start weaning. The fruit is rich in nutrients and helps in the child’s overall development. There are numerous benefits of bananas for babies. Since banana is sweet and creamy, babies also enjoy eating them! But are you confused about when and how to introduce bananas to babies? This video will help.

Doctors suggest that you give your baby bananas at six months when they start eating semi-solid food. A small banana per day for a 6-month-old baby is ideal. Initially, start by feeding 2 tsp of mashed banana before moving on to other ways of serving them. The nutrient present in bananas helps the baby’s bone development and improves their immune system and vision, among many other benefits.

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