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Discussion in 'Infants' started by alokgowda, Feb 8, 2015.

  1. alokgowda

    alokgowda Senior IL'ite

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    ladies i want to know if cerelac can cause cold n congestion in babies
    my ds is ebf n almost 6 months i gave him cerelac rice 3 days before n he developed cold and cought, should i stop giving cerelac of continue giving him?
     
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  2. Sivasakthigopi

    Sivasakthigopi Gold IL'ite

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    Hi,
    It is good one!
    In starting it will be usual in most kids!
    Nothing to worry!
    Change Nestum Rice and Ceralac Wheat!
    For rice Nestum only good for always.
    You can provide idlies!
    Smashed potatoes! for chubby cheeks...
    Smashed Apple are good! but is must need to provide immediately!
     
  3. Rakhii

    Rakhii Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Not really OP. Cold comes through cold virus and since all the cerelac packets are properly sealed, the cold/cough will not be due to cerelac.
     
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    butterflyice Local Champion Staff Member Platinum IL'ite

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    OP, I dont think cerelac can cause cold. Its a coincidence.

    However most of the processed cereals like cerelac, nestum ( all brands out there on the supermarket shelves) have poor nutrition value, have loads of sugar to entice taste buds. This view was also corroborated by my paediatricians, both in India and in the US. Home made rice/dal kichidi, ragi cereal (again home made), fruit and vegetable purees made at home offer the best nutrition.
     
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