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Bebet 6-12 muaj ndalesat dhe jo rekomandimi deri ne 3 vjet

Ja dhe 1 version anglisht se nashta kuptohemi ma mir per ushqimet e ndaluara dhe jo te rekomanduara deri ne 3 vjeqe ne jeten e perditshme (kuptohemi nese ipet 1 her ne muaj nuk rrezikon shendetin e femis por jo ne perditshmeri apo shpesh ne muaj).

Nder tjera trregon numri 4 ate qe dua tu them nenave te mos gabojn edhe pse keshillat u japin per perdorim.!!!Keyword infant diet is common sense.A few rules of thumb, it is good to keep in mind: @1 salt Children under one year of age should not be used in foods of salt, but with herbs and other spices can be used. Salt strain on the kidneys and the baby\'s metabolism. The first year after the salt is recommended only in small amounts. Since childhood is a good get used to the salt-free diet salt (sodium) in the pressor nature is. @2 cow\'s milk Cow\'s milk is not recommended to drink only after more than 1 year of age. Cow\'s milk has too high in protein and sodium. @3 juices Juices containing preservatives must be left for later. The juices should otherwise unnecessary sugar intake be avoided. @4 nitrates Nitrate rich vegetables such as swede, turnips, beets, spinach, cabbage and nettle should be avoided. Too much nitrate can interfere with oxygen transport in the body. @5 mushrooms Fungi are difficult to digest and may have harmful substances such as heavy metals. @6 rhubarb Rhubarb should be avoided due to a large oksaalihappopitoisuuden. Oxalic acid binds calcium and prevents the abuse of the body. Oxalic acid is also one of the urinary stones building material. @7 beans and cabbage A generous portion of fresh peas, leikopapuja and cabbage can cause flatulence. Sprouts are not given because of the danger of salmonella. @8 nuts Almonds, nuts, and seeds are not given hometoksiinivaaran and airways due to joutumisvaaran. @9 honey Honey is not recommended for infants related botulismivaaran why. @10 liver Liver and liver sausage dishes should not be given excessive vitamin a, vitamin a content. Vitamin a is a fat-soluble vitamin, the excess of which is stored in the liver. Long-term, excess vitamin a intake will lead to vitamin poisoning. @11, ready-made meals Adult foods are not suitable for saltiness of children under one year of age. Often the intake of saturated fats is too high. @12, sugar The sugar should be avoided, that adopt a baby tastes too sweet. Sugar also causes dental caries.


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