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Last Reviewed: August 2011

Six Months and Beyond

Starting Solid Foods

Since birth, your baby has been growing on breast milk. At six months old, breast milk is still the most important food but the time has come to add solid foods. Extra iron is needed at six months. Solid foods provide a variety of nutrients, flavours, and textures for your baby.

 



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