The dream of every parent is that his child never gets sick. For a growing organism, the correct diet will become the basis for its good health and the full functioning of all organs. Think over what vitamins a child needs as early as possible in order to avoid frequent colds and serious illnesses.
It is better not to abuse the purchased cereals and mixtures, or completely exclude them from baby food - you do not know if the composition indicated on the label corresponds to the contents of the can. Try to choose your own food and prepare meals for your little one. So, what ingredients should be included in the baby's first meal.
Carrots are a source of vitamins and microelements that are extremely useful for a growing body, the use of the fruit serves as the prevention of colds. Carrots and carrot juice have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects, improve vision, increase appetite, improve pancreatic activity and neutralize the toxic effect of antibiotics on the body.
If the child refuses to eat it in its pure form, then grate the carrots with an apple and mix. The porridge will become sweeter and tastier and will supply the child's body with a large amount of nutrients.
The most healthy foods for a child, high in vitamin C and beta-carotene, are bell peppers, cabbage (raw or sauerkraut) and sea buckthorn. To replenish the daily intake of vitamin C in a child's body, it is enough to give the baby one fresh pepper or 200 g of cabbage.
Every day, prepare a fresh salad or fresh cabbage for your child, which will be an effective medicine for a sore throat and the first symptoms of a cold. Also make sea buckthorn jam, tea and drinks from it.
Persimmon is one of the healthiest fruits for children due to its high nutritional value. Persimmon contains vitamins C, A, PP and B vitamins, iodine, iron, calcium. The fruit increases the body's resistance to stress, helps to strengthen the immune system, and serves as a prophylactic agent during a flu epidemic.
Give your kid the pulp of persimmon, or mix it with honey and orange juice - sweet porridge will definitely suit your child's taste. The peel of the fruit is also very useful - grate it and add it to porridge or dessert.
Rosehip is able to fully satisfy the needs of the child's body not only for vitamin C, but also for ascorbic acid.
Try instead of the usual tea or juice, give your child more rosehip infusion, so that in the season when there is no abundance of fruits and vegetables, provide the body with the necessary vitamins and strengthen the immune system. It is important to remember: it is advisable for the baby to drink the drink through a straw, since its prolonged use can cause the teeth to be crumbled.