What types of baby cereals are available?
- Gerber Single-Grain Oatmeal Baby Cereal.
- Nestle Cerelac Wheat with Milk Cereal.
- Nestle Nestum 3 Cereals.
- Happy Baby Organic Probiotic Baby Cereal with Choline Oatmeal.
- Gerber Organic Single-Grain Oatmeal Baby Cereal.
- Happy Baby Organic Cereal Whole Grain Oats and Quinoa.
Similarly, what kind of cereal is best for baby?
Bon appétit! Cereal. For years, baby rice cereal was considered the the best first food for baby, but now the American Academy of Pediatrics just recommends any easily digestible foods. If you start with cereal, pick a single-grain variety (rice, barley, or oat).
One may also ask, when can my baby eat cereal? Although many grandmothers and neighbors may swear that a little cereal in their newborn's bottle helped him sleep better, the American Academy of Pediatrics does not recommend introducing cereal and other solid foods until four to six months of age. Before that age, young infants need only breast milk or formula.
Similarly, what cereal can I give my 6 month old?
Often, the first food is baby cereal, like rice or oatmeal. Some babies won't take cereal, and that's OK. There's no harm in your baby skipping the cereal stage and going straight to pureed foods, but we do suggest trying cereal first. It has added iron, which your baby needs at this age.
Is oatmeal or rice cereal better for babies?
Oatmeal is packed with nutritional goodness so it a great choice for transitioning your baby onto more solid foods. Rice cereal is, quite simply, made from rice grains. This gives it a smooth texture and a plain taste; perfect for mixing with small pieces of fruit and vegetables.