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Parents' role is to ensure that their baby's daily needs are met until he/she becomes autonomous. Because nutrition is the basis of good health, it is important to make good choices.
When you are a parent, you know the importance of all those "firsts"—first contact, first smile, first bath, first bite of finger food, first word, first steps, and so on. These milestones often become imperishable memories—especially when we get a chance to capture them in a photo or on video! Your baby is growing and provides you with a thousand and one opportunities to let you marvel at his/her brilliant exploits. One of your responsibilities is to provide your little one with all of the necessary resources needed to strive. Feeding your child well is as much a priority as it is a preoccupation and a responsibility. This is how you can offer your baby the best nutrition.
Health Canada promotes exclusive breastfeeding until the age of six months, then combining breastfeeding with adequate supplementary food until the age of two or longer. Some of the benefits of breastfeeding are to protect the immune system and optimize growth and development for babies and young children.In any event, when breastfeeding is not possible or desired, it is necessary to turn to another option—infant formula. Read the following text for additional information: How to choose infant formula.
A child can try solid food for the first time at about six months. It's an exciting challenge for both the child and the parents! Despite baby's funny faces and Mom and Dad's giggles, introducing solid food remains a step that must be taken seriously. Here is some advice to make the transition easier.
While waiting to develop his/her autonomy, a baby must be able to rely on his/her parents to eat healthy and varied foods. Here is some advice about the choice of food and beverages for your baby.
Don't hesitate to speak to your pharmacist if you have any questions about your baby's health and well-being.
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