Leaving of a child. Preparation Lessons

ChildOf course, you care of a soundness of the child, try to nourish him alone valuable and freshly prepared foods. However, the intention of "eating rightly" in relation to a child has a number of features. Infants's dishes have their own laws.Boiled or steamed raw vegetables cooked in a double boiler or in a small capacity of aqua differ rich tasting, and consistency of your tender. Besides, when such processing is correct preserved vitamins. In no case did not saute, even dressing for bisque or borscht.Without salt and saccharose in all foods possess any of these organic ingredients, how teach the child to a natural tasting. But we can safely add to the soup or puree - however it's a little bit of oil. Only closer to a start, the small throw in any sol dishes using iodized salt.However for drinks, strawberries drinks so a sour jelly sweetening natural grape saccharose or natural honey - provided that the toddler is not allergic to it.Normally rubbed at a time of weaning a newborn cut done alone one or 2 teeth, meaning it can not independently chew. So, the food should be rubbed to a state of mashed potatoes (homogenized). Later, in 58-9 weeks, it will be enough to knead it with a fork. And by a year - to cut meal into little items.Strive to prepare the freshest diet food for your child only once. Never offer a newborn that he did not finish last time. And especially do not cook in a evening tomorrow.  Similar posts:Lactase deficiencyNewbornMoms. Dining nursing mumNewbornThin hair loss of the giving birthdayNewborn.

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