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Introducing Baby to Solid Foods

Foods are usually (but not necessarily) introduced in the order shown below, with several weeks between different types of foods. Ages of introduction are approximate and may vary with individual babies. Your baby's pediatrician is the best source for advice on when and how often any particular food is appropriate for your baby. Cereals should be mixed with formula or breast milk.



4-6 months precooked baby cereal
baby juices
twice a day
between meals
5-6 months strained single fruits twice a day
6-7 months strained vegetables once a day
7-8 months strained meats
plain yogurt
baby juices
once a day
once a day
between meals
8-9 months egg yolk, strained once a day

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