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Early Childhood Nutrition

Find out what makes up a comprehensive diet that fulfils all your baby’s nutrition needs at every stage of growth.

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DID YOU KNOW YOUR BABY'S MILK REQUIREMENTS CHANGE AT EVERY STAGE?

Here's what you need to know about your child's milk consumption

0 - 4 months

Milk is your baby's only food source at this stage, providing energy and essential nutrients for your child's growth and development.

4 - 6 months

Milk is still your baby’s main food source at this stage and depending on how ready your child is, you can try starting them on the weaning process.

6 - 12 months

Milk remains a primary food source for your baby, with weaning foods introduced at around 6 months. As your child grows older and becomes more accustomed to weaning foods, they can be gradually increased as a part of a wholesome and balanced diet.

After 12 months

Milk is still an important source of calcium and vitamins, but is now a supplement to a diet of solid foods. Most of their calories and nutrients should come from a well-balanced diet mainly comprising fruits, vegetables, whole grains and meat

Healthy diet for babies 4 months 6 months
Your baby’s nutritional needs explained
Find out what makes a wholesome diet for your baby and pick up some tips along the way!

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