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Banana is one of the major fruits rich of nutrients, vitamins and minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, folate, niacin, riboflavin and B6. In this video we have brought a guide for the parents how to introduce Banana to their babies. The video guides on various forms and ways in which a Banana can be given to their child which the child will love to eat with.
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Banana should be introduced to baby after 6 months of age. Some parents introduce banana after 4 months of age to baby but that should be restricted as baby should be exclusively breastfed for 6 months and semi solids foods should be started after the age of 6 months to baby. Banana is full of Vitamin B6, Manganese, Vitamin C, Potassium, Dietary Fiber, Protein, Magnesium, Folate and many more nutrients which helps baby to boost immune system and gain weight.

Banana can be introduced in form of banana puree in the beginning and offer cut pieces of banana into baby hands after the age of one year to baby.

Following things you may need while introducing/serving banana to baby:

Mash and Serving Bowl

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Serving Spoon

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Baby Food Feeding Bottle to offer Puree

 

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Fruit and Vegetable Nibbler

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Baby Food Blender

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Baby High Chair

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Serving Plate

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Baby Feeding Bowl

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Serving Spoon

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Baby Bibs

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Baby Cotton Napkins

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Always remember these things while offering banana to baby:

  • Choose ripe banana when serving to baby.
  • Choose unblemished and yellow colour banana only.
  • Do not offer left over banana to baby.
  • Discontinue to feed if baby shows any kind of allergy symptoms and try after some days again.

 

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