Can Babies Aged 6 Months Given Orange?
Can babies aged 6 months given orange
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At the age of 6 months, babies have begun to be introduced to a variety of foods and beverages other than breast milk. It's just that, at this age, the baby's digestive tract is often still sensitive, so the provision of additional food and drinks must be done very carefully.
As long as your baby is not allergic to oranges, and as long as you provide oranges within reasonable limits (not excessive), it is okay for babies to consume oranges. Some babies are sensitive, if given excessive orange, especially those that taste too sour, may experience indigestion, such as nausea, vomiting, colic, to diarrhea. This condition can be prevented by:
Choose the type of orange that is sweet and organic Make sure the orange is washed before giving it to the baby. In the early times of learning the MPASI, you should squeeze the orange, and give your baby the juice, do not be given a round orange so as not to choke. digestive disorders in babies, you try not to give oranges when your baby's stomach is empty (for example in the morning when you just wake up). As an alternative, you can give your baby oranges between meals. So much information from us. For more details, you can consult directly with the nearest doctor or pediatrician.
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