When your baby is around 1 year old, of course, your child is now eligible now to eat the same food as the rest of the family. At the age of 1 year old, your child will be learning to eat on her own by themselves. She can possibly chew her food as well as you can do, so she can have the same foods as the rest of the family eat accordingly.
At the age 1, since breastmilk still provides important and healthier nutrition and also it improves an immunity in baby, as well it also protects against the disease as well, but other foods which she consumes it will become her main source of development of nutrition and energy. First, try to feed her other foods first and then breastfeed later when she feels hungry still.
What to feed your child
Your child is now eligible to eat anything but smoother, so give your child accordingly some of all the food your family eats and make the note of count of every bite. While it must important that each meal needs to be raped with the full power of nutritious food.
Also he ensure that she has or gets a sufficient amount of a portion of the animal foods (milk, dairy, eggs, meat, fish and poultry) each day, plus legumes (like chickpeas, lentils or peas) or some nuts, and apple or orange or green vegetables and fruits. And also add some amount of a little oil or fat to her regular food for energy.
How much food and how often
The age of the 1-year child can take between three quarters to one cup of food three to four times a day, or plus one to two snacks between each meal. In case if you’re not breastfeeding, he’ll need to eat more than regular often. At the age of 1 year, about the time he will start to walk, your child's feeding schedule should include four to five meals a day, plus two healthy snacks. Milk products are a very important part of your child’s diet give him one or two cups of milk per day.
Foods to avoid
Try most in purpose to avoid most of the junk food and soft drinks. While in factory-made snacks like crisps, cookies, cakes, soda and candy are not good, unhealthy. This substance which contain huge amount of sugar, salt, fat and chemicals, and take up space in your child’s stomach that must be packed with nutritious foods.