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All products Online can now be collected at any of our stores (except airport stores) for free!
Orders placed before 1:00 PM for collection at Guardian Plus Takashimaya can be collected the same day and orders placed after 1:00PM can be collected the next day.
Orders placed before 1:00 PM for other stores can be collected within 2 days. For orders placed after 1:00PM collection can be done in 3 days.We will notify you through email or a call when your order is ready to pick up. The delivery charge will be free and no minimum spend is required. The option to select click and collect will appear at the time of checkout.
This product is returnable.
If you are not satisfied with the item or have made a wrong purchase, you may choose to get a refund or exchange within 7 days of purchase.
Simply drop by any of the Guardian stores in Singapore to exchange or return your item. For all exchanges and returns, kindly bring the receipt and the item in its original packaging. The item should be in good condition.
Please note that the delivery costs will not be refunded.
Add complementary foods
After 6 months, complementary foods are added to an infant's diet. It is at this point where infants make a gradual transition to eating family foods.
Complementary foods should be varied and include adequate quantities of meat, poultry, fish or eggs, as well as vitamin A. Cow's milk should not be introduced before 12 months of age.
Advance the texture
As infants grow, the consistency of complementary foods should change from semi-solid to solid foods and the variety of foods offered should increase.
Transition to regular meals
Offer meals 3-4 times per day at 12-24 months of age, with additional snacks offered 1-2 times per day, as desired. This transition from on-demand feeding to regular time-based meals is a slow one, and healthy snacks are important "mini-meals" as this change takes place.
Nutrient dense foods
Growing toddlers and young children are active and their nutrient needs are high relative to their small stomach size. It is advisable to include milk products, as well as meat, poultry, fish or eggs, as well as fruits and vegetables to provide necessary vitamins. Toddlers should consume milk or other dairy products 2-3 times daily, and sweetened beverages should be limited.
Parents play a role
With the introduction of new foods to an infant's diet, the feeding behavior of caregivers is important too. Young children need assistance that is appropriate for their age and developmental needs to ensure that they consume adequate amounts of complementary food.