I can understand your concern.
No. Im sorry to say this but health drinks like boost, horlicks, bournvita etc are not meant for infants.
You can give those to a child of age 5 and up.
Not to a 10month girl.
Anyways, you can consult a pediatrician in person for further evaluation and management.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
Horlicks and boost are not advisable for infants as after children develop presence to then over other healthy foods. Children need more energy dense foods after 6 months and hence need a cereal based (rice, wheat, ragi & other millets) along with breast milk or cows milk. Egg yolk (yellow) needs to be started as a snack daily, it's the next best for to mother's milk, but cannot replace semi-solid diets. Once they get teeth (10-12 months), solidified foods, pulses, minced meat or chicken, egg white needs to be started as protein demand will be very high at that stage.