Desi ghee for infants:
Benefits of desi ghee for infant:
Ghee contains Docosa Hexaenoic Acid (DHA) for developing brain tissues and growth of baby.
Ghee is a healthy source of Fat Energy.
Ghee has anti-fungal, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties
Ghee Boost eyesight, immunity, digestion and helps your baby achieve optimal growth.
Ghee can be used massage oil for babies, it makes their bone stronger.
Using ghee for treating eczema in babies
Using Ghee for treating cough and cold
Desi Ghee/Ghee for new born should be avoided. However, after 6 month when you want your baby to eat little food with breast milk, you may like to add a pinch of additional fat to your baby’s diet for extra care and energy.
Desi Ghee has been used since ages, Ayurveda proves the same. Desi Cow Milk Ghee has been considered to be an important ingredient of Ayurvedic medicine & used in various Ayurvedic treatments. Desi Ghee can be consumed even by the person intolerant of lactose and casein. This is true that Desi Ghee has negligent portion of Calcium; but, desi cow milk ghee in omega 3 and 6, soluble & insoluble vitamins like A,D, E and K .
A growing baby needs almost 1500 calories per day for an optimum growth and physical and mental development. Including Ghee in your baby’s daily diet is an easy way to boot his calories intake and keep him active.
Studies show that 30 to 35 percent of calories that a baby need came from FAT. But be wise to fee him with correct fat, not just fried food. Use ghee in daliya, khichari, roti, dal, vegetables etc.
After you stop breast feeding your baby may subsequently start losing weight. It is because the fat intake of your baby is not sufficient after you stop breast feeding. To control fat deficiency, introduce ghee in his diet to maintain his fat intake per day.
‘Desi Ghee’ is a healthy source of fat and contains the all important Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). DHA has been deemed as necessary for brain development and growth
Desi Cow Milk Ghee is also renowned for its anti-fungal, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties which can boost eyesight, immunity, digestion and helps your baby achieve optimal growth.
Desi Ghee is easy to digest, lactose friendly, and rich vitamins food for infants.
How much is too much for infants
|Ghee For Babies|
|Six Months||1/2 teaspoon||2|
|Eight Months||3/4 to 1/2 teaspoon||2|
|Ten Months||1 to 3/4 teaspoon||3|
|1 year onwards||1 to 1 1/2 teaspoon||3|
|2 year onwards||1 1/2 to 2teaspoon||3|
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