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Thread: How Much Protein is Necessary at 10 mos?

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    Default How Much Protein is Necessary at 10 mos?

    At my son's 9 mo. well check, we were told that we could introduce beef and chicken in his diet. I have been feeding him either bits of chicken breast or super lean ground beef, but it hasn't been too frequent. I still BF him at least 4-5 times a day and am wondering if he's getting enough protein in his diet.

    I'm hesitant to give him dairy products because my pedi suggested we wait until he's at least a year old.

    Should I try to squeeze more beef, chicken or turkey into his diet, or should his protein needs be met with my milk?

    Ashley
    Proud mommy to Michael Evan born May 11, 2007.

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    Default Re: How Much Protein is Necessary at 10 mos?

    I think, the protein your lo is getting from your milk is enough for him at the time being...solids in the first year are for experiment, I suggest you offer him foods that are rich with Iron coz lots of babis who are breastfed end up with Iron deficiancy. HTH

    Proud Mother to Ziyad, born naturally, November 3 2006

    Breastfed for 26 months and still co-sleeping
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