Complementary foods and beverages (CFB)

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Complementary foods and beverages (CFB) are an important part of a child's diet, as they provide essential nutrients that support growth and development. CFBs are typically introduced to a child's diet when they are between 6 and 8 months of age, and are added to breast milk or formula to provide the necessary nutrients for growth and development. Creating CFBs requires careful consideration of the nutrients that a child needs, as well as the consistency and texture of the food. For example, the first CFBs should be smooth and have a thin consistency, gradually increasing in texture as the child grows.

Creating CFBs, It Is Important to Consider The Following Nutrients

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