Posts Tagged ‘Baby food’
1. Do not force feed a child. Experts advise not to insist or force children to eat under any circumstances to the force, which would only make them suffer and they finished hating food.
2. Not all children need to eat the same amount of food. Since each requires a different caloric intake. Furthermore, for most parents do not eat any means not swallow what they consider normal, which are often much larger than their needs. Read the rest of this entry »
In the first year of life plays a big role right baby food. An overview of when breast milk, baby foods and Co. are on the menu, you can find here.
First to fourth month of life
The first four months is breast milk the best food for your baby, as his digestive system matured it first. Porridge, fruit, vegetables and cereals should not be fed in addition, as this would cause him problems. What exactly is contained in breast milk, you can find out here. If you can not breastfeed or want, you can rely on industrially produced milk, of course, food. Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes changing the diet of a child who still feeds on puree is complicated. PequeRecetas Since we have already given several collections of recipes for purees and baby food . Now we bring an avocado with rice that allows you to enter a new element in the diet of your child …
The avocado is a fruit which is commonly used as a vegetable or vegetables, delicately flavored and easy to use, rich in monounsaturated fats, antioxidants and minerals, allied to our health. Having regard to their nutritional properties, is highly recommended for all segments of the population: children, youth, adults, athletes, pregnant women, nursing mothers and elderly. Read the rest of this entry »
- The vast majority of newborns weighing about 2.5 kg (5.5 pounds) to 4.5 kilograms (10 pounds) between. Average about 3.2 kilograms (7 pounds) or so. In general, more baby weight baby. If the birth weight below 2.5 kg or 7 lbs, then, need to stay in the incubator for observation.
- Breastfeeding allows you and your child to build close parent-child relationship.
- Newborns do not need a bath every day. You can use a “dry” cleaning the way baby. Use warm water boiled baby’s face and eyes, to prevent infection. Wipe the baby’s body with a generally warm water on it.
- When you take a bath for the newborn, please wash with water. Do not use any bath or soap fine. Because the baby’s skin with a layer of protective oil to protect delicate baby skin. Read the rest of this entry »
Milk, milk, milk – just need the babies in the first 4 to 5 months. Of course, these are not the traditional cow’s milk from the supermarket (which does not contain all the necessary vitamins and nutrients), but either the mother’s milk (if you’re breastfeeding) or the pre-milk (powdered milk), which it in the drugstore market under names such as “first milk”, “Premilch”, “follow-on milk” (suitable for age) were obtained.
Of course, they can also combine both types (pre-milk and breast milk) – but it can very quickly lead to her baby (and her body) to the easy administration used to in pre-milk…
Growing, your child should eat a varied and balanced. To be sure to avoid deficiencies, meals should contain foods from all groups. But it must of course respect his appetite.
A balanced diet is based on knowledge of the six classes of nutrients (dairy, meats and fish, fats, cereals and sugar products, fruit and vegetables) and on two simple principles:
All food groups should be represented in the menus of a child. This principle should not apply in the context of a day, but the week or even months. This ensures the simplest of comprehensive, varied, attractive and avoiding failings;
The child’s appetite is the only criterion which should determine consumption. It is not necessary except in case of particular disease, to define the amount of food a child should consume.
Contributions of the different food groups
GROUP I Milk and milk products ,protein, calcium
GROUP II Meat, egg, fish,protein
GROUP III Animal fats,saturated fatty acids,vegetable fats ,polyunsaturated fatty acids
GROUP IV Cereals, sugary foods,carbohydrates, proteins
GROUP V Raw vegetables and fruits,minerals, vitamins
GROUP VI Cooked vegetables and fruits,vitamins, minerals, cellulose