[How to make a four-month baby food supplement yolk]_Food supplement yolk_baby_how to make

[How to make a four-month baby food supplement yolk]_Food supplement yolk_baby_how to make

After the baby is born, it is breast-fed. When supplementary foods are added, many parents are more entangled in adding complementary foods to their children.

First of all, egg yolk is the food of choice for complementary foods, because the nutritional value of egg yolk is extremely high.

Four-month-old babies can also add complementary foods to eat egg yolk, and there are many ways.

1.

Cook the eggs, peel the shells, remove the yolks, add a small amount of boiling water, mix thoroughly with a spoon to make a paste, not too thin or too thick, into a semi-fluid, feed with a small spoon, feed the baby between the two feedings.

Start by feeding one-eighth of an egg yolk daily, then gradually increase to 1/4, 1/2 until the whole egg yolk.

Pay attention to the baby’s response. As long as the child is adapting to the stomach and intestines, does not have diarrhea, and does not vomit, he can gradually increase the amount of yolk after 3-5 days.

2.

Egg yolk water: filter the egg whites and take the yolks, add them to the pot with water, cut through the yolks, remove the yolk film on the surface of the fish, stir the yolks while cooking.drink.

Steamed egg yolks: Filter the egg whites and take out the egg yolks, add an appropriate amount of warm water, put in a bowl, and cover with steam.

Add sesame oil to the pot after serving, and use a small spoon to feed the baby.

Yolk puree: After the eggs are cooked, remove the yolks, grind them into a mud, and mix them into baby rice noodles to feed them.

3.

Mothers who add egg yolk should carefully observe the baby’s digestion.

If there is diarrhea or dissolved mucus in the stool, stop immediately and restart from a small amount after it returns to normal.

In addition, the baby may have some changes in his stool when he eats complementary foods for the first time. For example, the stool becomes darker and darker brown. This may not be indigestion. As long as the stool is not thin and there is no mucus, there will be no major problems.