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Many mothers suffer when choosing the collation of their children, and it is regalonearlos but healthfully How? Here are some ideas: • Include fruits and vegetables: fruits and vegetables are the best bet in what refers to nutrition, and vitamins and containing fiber. It’s a good idea to eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Read the rest of this entry »
What is it?
The breast milk is a device that allows you to extract the milk of a nursing woman. There are two kinds: manual pump and electric pump. The manual pump is easier to use, unobtrusive, lightweight and … less noisy than the electric pump. You can use it almost anywhere. However, it is a bit more tiring to use since you have to pump the milk by hand. The electric breastpump is faster, more relaxing and more efficient to use for lactation. If you have little time or little patience, this may be the solution to which you must turn. Petit downside: you can not use it anywhere because you have to be near a electrical outlet. His most: the electric pump is available in a version with double pumping. It collects milk from both breasts simultaneously allowing a real time saver. There are small, painless and almost silent! Besides breast milk, will you get plastic bags and tongs closure to store and use your milk later in the best conditions. then you choose your breast milk according to your needs Read the rest of this entry »
Breakfast always and completely as possible.
Limit precooked , processed foods and fast foods (burgers, pizzas …), they contain more saturated fat, sugars and salt.
If the child refuses a food, it should not be forced to take it . Children decide whether or not to eat, and the amount taken. Parents decide the type, quality and variety of food.
No food should be prohibited, unless the child is allergic or have intolerance to it. Children should allow them occasionally whims. Not bad to eat chocolate occasionally. The prohibition of certain foods (sweets, soft drinks, hamburgers …) can attract the child’s attention to them and make them look more attractive and desirable. Read the rest of this entry »
It is known that many power plays a major role in children, contributing to the healthy growth and development, but once the children leave holidays , good food and nutrition also leave on vacation.
During this time children commonly dads and even change significantly daily routine , altering all times , from the time to get up, even when sleeping, including feeding time and the type of exercise performed. Read the rest of this entry »
Strategies to achieve good habits
How to achieve a healthy diet
Food is a process that accompanies us throughout life and helps us to meet all needs
Food as a conscious act must provide the nutrients needed at each stage and achieve that growth and physical and mental development to occur properly. The choice of food must be correct to acquire good habits. These form what is called the feeding behavior, and they depend on the state of health of each person.
Feeding environment there are many factors that influence the choice of foods.
These connotations can be emotional, religious, social identification, … Read the rest of this entry »
The food nourishes the life of the child in each of its different periods of development: infancy, preschool, school and teen. Parents and caregivers, making dietary choices can promote optimal growth, but personal experiences with food, up and guide the child in other aspects such as social, emotional and psychological life. Whatever the age , the child needs the same nutrients as the adult, just change the amounts and proportions. Like every human being, has power to enter, but always relative to their body size. Read the rest of this entry »
Good nutrition is vital for a child to grow healthy and strong. Eating well not only affects your physical growth , but also to their intellectual development.
Proper feeding of infants during the first years of life can positively impact their state of health as well as their ability to learn, communicate with others, think and rationalize, socialize, adapt to new environments and people and, above all, their school performance. A good diet can significantly influence its future. Read the rest of this entry »
When a child refuses to eat , it is always scary for parents. Much to say right now, pediatricians are unanimous on the fact that the best solution is to do as little as possible. But it is not always easy. Here are 6 tips that can help you.
1) Understand that context plays a lot
There are many perfectly legitimate reasons why one child may refuse a meal , even repeatedly:
His meals precedent is too rich.
He eats too much between meals.
It is stressed or tired at night for example.
It passes through a period where he grew less and less need to eat.
Raise all doubts before you say your child “difficult” or worse, he or she “has a problem with food . ” Read the rest of this entry »
1 Parents are those who control the supply lines. ‘s you who decide what foods are purchased at home and when served. Although it is expected that the children can give their parents to let them eat less nutritious foods, it is adults who decide what food come home. Children will not be left hungry because at home there what they most want to eat. They will eat whatever is in the cupboards and the fridge. If your child’s favorite snack is nothing nutritious, still and all, you can buy it from time to time to not gorged on the food as soon falls into their hands. Read the rest of this entry »
The eternal problem of getting children to eat fruit and vegetables could be worse than ever. Parents today have to compete with junk food, snack vending machines, soda and other options quick and easy to get and generally are far from healthy. But you can teach children to develop a better eating habits. surprise you to know that children normally choose nutritious foods when given a choice, but it’s up to parents to give them those options and encourage travel to the supermarket is a good point starting. “Involving children in grocery shopping taught to choose products and other ingredients,” says Kristen Bardon, clinical dietitian in the Department of Clinical Nutrition at MD Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas. “It also helps them learn how to prepare healthy meals.” Read the rest of this entry »