TITLE 77: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
SUBCHAPTER c: LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES
PART 390 LONG-TERM CARE FOR UNDER AGE 22 FACILITIES CODE
SECTION 390.TABLE A INFANT FEEDING



Section 390.TABLE A Infant Feeding

 

FOOD GROUP

BIRTH TO ONE YEAR

 

Milk and Milk Products

Iron Fortified Formula

0-2 mo. 6 to 8 feedings; 2-4 oz. per feeding

 

2-3 mo. 4 to 6 feedings; 4-6 oz. per feeding

 

3-4 mo. 5 to 6 feedings; 4-6 oz. per feeding

 

4-5 mo. 4 to 5 feedings; 4-6 oz. per feeding

 

5-6 mo. 5 to 6 feedings; 4-6 oz. per feeding

 

6-9 mo. 4 feedings; 4-6 oz. per feeding

 

9-12 mo. 4 feedings; 3-6 oz. per feeding

 

Not less than 24 oz. of formula to be served in 24-hour period.

 

Offer small amounts of fluids from a cup after six (6) months.

 

Meat Group

 

5-6 Months

Do not begin before 5 months.

Strained beef, lamb, pork, veal, liver, chicken, turkey; well cooked dried beans or peas; cottage cheese.

Start with a teaspoon and increase to 1-4 tablespoon(s) two times daily.

 

 

6-9 Months

Continue a variety of tender meats, cheeses, dried beans or peas. Introduce hard cooked egg yolk, starting with teaspoon. Add more until baby gets all of yolk.

 

9-12 Months

Continue meats. Whole egg prepared any way except fired may now be given. Flaked fresh, frozen or canned fish without bones may be given.