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Tips for infant feeding

1. Infant food should not be added with salt, flavors, preservatives and excess sugar. It is advisable to use natural flavors and rich nutrition. Some commercially available food flavors or scents are very “thick”. It may be the reason for adding condiments such as salt or flavors (such as cicada). Young parents must pay attention to the formula of the product when buying baby products. In fact, although the natural taste of some foods is lighter, it is very delicious for the baby. Adults’ preferred tastes are not necessarily suitable for infants and young children.

2. Please do not feed your baby any uninterrupted food, such as uninterrupted freshly squeezed juice. Edible foods that are not disinfected are likely to cause diarrhea and other serious health problems.

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3. When adding eggs to your baby, be careful to feed the egg yolk. Babies who are not one year old do not eat protein because babies of this age are easily allergic to protein.

4. Do not reduce the supply of fat in daily diet under the age of 2. Infants and young children need more fat than adults and big children, because they are at the peak of growth and need to provide more energy from fat.

(Intern editor: Liu Yinying)

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