Guidelines For Complementary Feeding (1)

Guidelines for Complementary Feeding (1)

Guidelines for Complementary Feeding

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The complementary feeding guides according to WHO is an important process that puts forward the readiness of babies to start giving complementary foods for breast milk. Some mothers are confused about how and what food should be given to the baby. In some cases, there are still mothers who give complementary feeding under the age of 6 months.

According to WHO complementary feeding guidelines, complementary foods should be given at the age of 180 days or 6 months. As we get older, there is a vacuum in the supply of energy and nutrients that cannot only be obtained from breast milk.

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