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Protein-rich Fish Recipes for Babies 7 Months Up

Protein-rich Fish Recipes for Babies 7 Months Up

Fish contains protein, calcium, selenium and B vitamins all necessary for developing a healthy nervous system. Fish is one of the few food sources offering complete protein or all of the 9 amino acids. White fish (e.g. cod, threadfin, haddock etc) is preferred over others at the early stages because it is easily digested and 'tolerable' in terms of taste. Fish also has an edge over other meat forms because it is an excellent source of omega 3s. This is why fish has gained the reputation of being the brain food from the waters.

Cod Fillet with Vegetables Trio

Fresh Cod with vegetables

Fish and spinach porridge

Cod, Broccoli, Sweet Potato Mix

Steamed Pureed fish with mashed green vegetables

Fish with Red Pepper in Orange juice

Fish stock Stocks made at Home

There is no age restriction as such to when you can introduce certain foods. It all depends on your family history, when your baby was first introduced to solids and your doctor's advice, whichever applicable. The random tips on foods included in our recipe section, allergy causing or otherwise are basic and general in nature. For further clarifications please seek expert advice.

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