Careful consideration needs to be given about which foods you look to introduce into your baby’s diet. Some foods can be harmful to babies and therefore need to be avoided altogether whilst other foods will need special care in their preparation. Here we look at some of the hazardous foods and how they should be treated in your babies diet.
Do not be tempted to add additional salt to your baby’s food. Your baby’s system cannot withstand any more saltss that are found naturally occurring in foods. It is also important to understand that salty products such as crisps ordinarily have a high salt content and therefore should be eaten only in very small quantities if at all.
Complete whole nuts should never be provided to a child who is under the age of five years. Whole nuts are a significant choking hazard and you should only provide finely ground nuts to your child when he or she has reached six months of age.
Any eggs provided as food to your baby should be thoroughly cooked through and the yolks should be solid. Eggs have been known to cause allergic reactions therefore introduce only a very small amount of well cooked yolk initially. Current guidance suggests that egg white should not be provided to young babies under the age of 12 months.
Rich Fibre Foods
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High fibre foods such as bran should not be provided to babies or young children in view of the fact their digestive systems are too immature to digests it properly.
Sugars are present naturally in vegetables and fruit and therefore you should not add sugar to babies food or drinks. The addition of extra sugar into food or drinks will only serve to hasten tooth decay and promote obesity later in life. Most manufacturers are relatively good at labeling baby foods therefore it is relatively straightforward to ascertain any additional sugars contained within prepared baby foods.
It is not beneficial to babies to have any additional fat added to their food.
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