What to do if the baby does not want to eat?
From the beginning of birth until six months, the baby will only breastfeed. The World Health Organization diagnoses the same. Breastfeeding is the baby’s best food or drinks, up to six months. Breast milk will provide all the vitamins (only vitamin D should be given separately), minerals and essential nutrients. Until six months of breastfeeding, there is nothing else in the world. But after six months, the baby’s overall nutrition is not possible at all.
After six months, breast milk is not enough, why?
A. Because, in various tests and chemical analyzes of Hu, 1 ml of breast milk proved to be significantly deficient in calories (deficit 5%), iron (deficiency 5%), protein (deficit 5%), zinc and vitamin A (deficit 5%). Iron and zinc deficiencies are most evident, especially at the age of six to eight months. A child of this age needs nine times more iron than an adult and four times as much zinc as an adult. An adult human needs 20 milligrams of iron and 1.25 milligrams of zinc daily, as of 20 calories. There are nine times as much iron and four times more iron and zinc in food as there is no need to meet the needs of the baby. Various studies suggest that iron deficiency anemia or anemia is much more prevalent in children than in adult women.
What will be fed to breast milk after 6 months of iron, zinc, protein, and calories (meaning energy or energy) to reduce this huge difference?
From six months to one day, the mother should start feeding solid/short solid/soft or supplementary foods with milk. It will contain iron, zinc, protein, and calories as per the official measure of measuring saliva. As a result, a large deficiency of various nutrients in the mother’s milk will not be able to hold the baby in growth.
Why supplementary food is essential?
Complimentary food, other than breast milk, shows that other solid foods give the baby proper growth. If the milestone development is correct, the child will naturally take solid foods, such as with the help of something or the baby can sit alone, keep the head tight and straight, bring the food to the mouth, keep the mouth open, keep the tongue low and horizontal so that the spoon enters the mouth, lips. Spoon the spoon over, so that very little food can be melted in the mouth and swallow the food, do not push it so that it will chew. A name with a roll. It is possible for a baby to swallow solid/soft foods only if he/she is healthy. If the head is not straight, it is not possible to feed the baby, so if the child cannot open his mouth after seeing the food, it is impossible to feed him forcefully.
How much iron and zinc does a baby need according to age?
In 4-5 months, the baby (boy or girl) has 2 mg of Zinc’s RDA (Required Dietary Allowance), 5 mg at 6-12 months, 3 mg at 3-5 years and 1 mg at 3-5 years. The iron requirement is 5 mg in 6-12 months, 5 mg in 3-5 years and 5 mg in 3-5 years.
Is it possible to maintain the proper supply of zinc, iron or other foods in home-made food?
According to the above calculations, according to the age of the child in homemade foods, it is difficult to make iron, zinc, iodine, vitamins or other mineral foods. Grains and pulses have the ‘bioavailability’ of iron, zinc, calcium, riboflavin, niacin, thiamine, folate, vitamin A-C, vitamin B six, willow and selenium, resulting in the highest intake of nutrients. The possibility.
The onset of the problem is the agrarian revolution. In the pre-agricultural period, primitive people used to hunt and eat fish and meat. In mother’s milk, animal protein or mate (liver) nourishes iron and zinc deficiency. A survey was done in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, and Vietnam shows that home or local foods are being self-sufficient in nutrition when they are added to the (fortified) iron-rich organism or liver.
Is anemia or anemia simply due to iron deficiency?
Noisy anemia is one of the leading causes of iron deficiency in children. The National Health Mission says seven out of 5 children aged 6-7 months suffer from anemia or anemia. Half of all infants aged 6-7 months receive iodine only in the required dose (5 ppm). That is, iodine-containing nunchaku does not form in the legs of half of a baby aged 6-7 months. Only 20% of children aged 12-5 months eat or receive any vitamin A supplement. Diagnosis by the Government of India, every child from the age of nine months to three years should be given a certain amount of vitamin intake at six months to prevent vitamin A deficiency.
Where is the real disorder of feeding the baby?
In our current agro-culture, animal protein is unaffected by a baby for 3-6 months. An eight-month-old baby needs to be fed solid/soft fortified foods six to eight times a day to maintain proper nutritional value. According to a documentary study, only 12% of the lucky children in India are fed 3-4 times daily. Until 2 years of age, the child needs adequate nutrition; As the baby develops most rapidly during this time, a healthy habit of feeding the baby is also made during this crucial two year period. Not only nutrition but slowly, tight or soft supplementary feeding as an alternative to breast milk, also makes the baby aware of the taste and smell of food. The role of healthy eating is immense.
How does a child learn to taste/smell food?
During pregnancy or breastfeeding, the baby is equipped with a food odor