Child care. Egg for babies


Egg are definitely one of the most effective food. Presence in them required for the body of vitamin, amino acids, healthy fats and proteins, minerals, making eggs essential in a female dietary. But along with this, egg are also considered to be one of a strongest allergens, but because in much of the apply is not recommended. And more however, it is prudent and responsible to approach a matter of introduction of eggs in the schedule for of kids. Talk about how to give egg to infants or not, want not occur: the product should be present in the kid's menu. That's just to teach the newborn to the eggs to gradually and small by some, how how not to cause the adverse effects.

Initially, a regime need be administered yolk crumbs, because it may cause allergic protein. Start using the yolk in food a newborn may possess up to a year: for the babies to "artificial" meal yolk permitted with 6.5 months, and children who are fed fresh natural milk - with 7 weeks. However, make a firmly-boiled egg, it should be separated with the yolk and a goodness cut it with fresh milk, mix, puree. Features a whole yolk give a small baby is not recommended: 1st get to check a baby's reaction to the new item. For this is enough for a quarter of a teaspoonful, and give however much yolk to three days. All this time, well check the condition of the skin and mucous membranes in a presence of child hives.

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