"Learning to read the new terms for your baby's feeding time does not have to be a traumatic experience," he said.
"As well as learning the signals of your baby when you are sleepy, hungry or happy. When you provide your child with food for the first time, you will get to know your little ones even better. They understand what's really going on behind the wrinkled forehead, the wrinkled nose, or the gaping mouth, and what that says about a new taste.
H e added, "If baby is really unhappy, you will know about it."
Sweet and spicy flavors tend to produce the most positive reactions from weaning children, possibly because breast milk has both of these aromas.
However, the guide warns parents not to limit their new child's diet to just the flavors that make for a satisfied look, because the more flavors they meet at an early stage, the more likely their palate will be. [1
This is just the standard reaction to bitter tastes.