Posts Tagged ‘Meat’
One to three years, the child made many discoveries about the taste and nutrition. It is essential to accompany the steps of his explorations buds. Read the rest of this entry »
How to adopt healthy habits from an early age?
Good habits are consolidated more easily when you’re a kid, especially if the sample is given by parents, so it is very important to check and modify or reinforce a lifestyle food properly for the whole family.Under 12 years children are more at risk of malnutrition by default, because the need for energy and nutrients is higher in relation to the weight of the adult, the power must be particularly careful to promote normal development and conduct of normal physical activities. Read the rest of this entry »
Some key principles
Every baby is different, so the best way to feed it well is to feed the demand. Thus we do not wake a baby to feed. However, it is preferable to observe a minimum interval of 2 hours 30 for the digestion bottle. In terms of quantity, it usually will drink what it needs. Sometimes he will end his bottle, other times not, in any case do not force it. The best way to tell if a baby has eaten is simply to look after the feeding, a baby who falls asleep peacefully and sleeps at least 2 hours 30 is a happy baby. Read the rest of this entry »
The basic rules
Make sure that his four meals a day take place in calm, sitting at the table correctly. These are important moments of exchange.
Continue introduction to spoon-tolerant failures, the patouille with hands: the child discovers much food with fingers.
Start crunching food.
Stir as little as possible vegetables, meat, fish and egg. Each time add a little fat raw.
Always give 500 ml per day minimum infant milk “now” or growth.
Do not add salt, and less sugar as possible. Read the rest of this entry »
After two years, and until the age of three, the child usually goes through a stage that could be defined as “indecision” want a little of everything, and sometimes have tantrums because they want everything, but not even they know very well what they want. For this reason, they annoy and embarrass the parents when these occur in public tantrums.
At this age, your child has learned that can influence the world around him, so it becomes disobedient, in order to assert their independence and are different from the others, but especially about his mother, with which previously had a symbiotic relationship. This desire for autonomy, however, is often a symptom of uncertainty and consternation, that little can be manifested by sticking to the side of the mother or fond of almost sick with a blanket, a cuddly stuffed animal or object that reminds you to contact with the mother in some way. It may also have other behaviors that make you pleasure, such as thumb sucking or rubbing the ear lobe. 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…
If it were only for the taste of the child, there would possibly every day French fries, hamburgers, sausages and white bread or toast – and lots of chocolate, ice cream and other sweets. Fat and sweet, the dear children. However, they eat too much of it, they are not only overweight. Then you are missing important vitamins and minerals they need for their development.
However, do not force your child to eat something it does not like. Or he constantly denied that he longs or the other children (allegedly) eat May always. Food should always be pleasure, so fat and sweets must not be taboo. On the quantity that counts. Read the rest of this entry »