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DEVOTE: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Global
Complementary food for ASI is food given to infants/children in addition to breast milk to meet their nutritional needs. Complementary foods are started to be given to babies aged 6 months, because the nutritional needs to support their growth and development are still lacking if only breast milk. Breast milk only meets the needs of about 60% -70% of a baby's needs after the age of 6 months. Meanwhile, 30% -40% must be met from complementary foods. Therefore, it is very important to educate thedoi:10.55681/devote.v1i2.377 fatcat:ocbitc57snfg3n4rnmma5hfnuq