Even after introducing solids into your baby’s diet, it is important that breastmilk or formula also remains in the diet. Breastmilk and formula will still continue to provide the majority of your little one’s calories and nutrition in that first year and both provide essential vitamins, iron and protein in a form that is easy to digest. Solid food can also not replace the nutrients that breastmilk or formula provides in the first year. So, although your little one has started eating solids, it is essential that breastmilk and/or formula stays in their diet until your baby is at least a year old. For more information about breastfeeding, please visit this link.