For children to eat the foods that are high in protein, zinc and avoid foods containing sugar ... is one method that helps strengthen the immune system in children.
Foods rich in sugar that causes a sensation of appetite in children. (Artwork)
Breastfeeding is the first immune factors. In breast milk contains high concentrations globulin concentrations. These substances can help form factor antibodies that children no longer have a sore throat or inflammation of the digestive tract. On the other hand, it can also help prevent the virus effectively.
In addition, the milk also contains lactoferin be combined with elemental iron to help prevent bacteria, interfere in the metabolism of bacteria and acts as an effective antibacterial agent that helps prevent the phenomenon intestinal infections in infants and young children.
A complete protein
In the child's daily menu should have milk, eggs, fish, meat and soy. Children over 1 year old can use sour milk, lactic acid in yogurt may increase intestinal probiotics help prevent diarrhea. Children from 2 to 3 years can add eggs, fish, meat food ...
Zinc deficiency is one cause of reduced immune system, loss of appetite and limited brain development. Zinc is rich in seafood, red meat or pecans.
Avoid foods containing sugar
Foods rich in sugar that causes a sensation of appetite in children. Foods containing high sugar content will cause weak stomach, reduces immune function of the body. Road to a diuretic effect, so it will cause dry mouth symptoms and can cause respiratory infections. If your child regularly use a food that contains sugar will increase the absorption of calcium and vitamin B1, so they often sweat and a lot of colds.
Give your child enough sleep
Sleep enhances the immune system for infants. Typically, sleep time in children should be based on age. Specifically as follows:
Newborns sleep 18 to 22 hours a day.
Children from 2 to 5 months sleep about 15 to 18 hours a day.
Children from 6 to 12 months should sleep about 14 to 16 hours a day.
Children from 12 to 36 months sleep about 10 to 12 hours a day.
To ensure the quality of sleep, for infants, need a quiet space to sleep, temperature and humidity to match. Children from 6 months and older less than breastfed infants should avoid hugging while sleeping, avoid latching and reduced nocturnal frequency.
For children aged 7 to 12 months of age, frequency of feeding children should not exceed 2 times the night, do not add supplementary food at night to avoid digestion during sleep. baby's cough
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