How to feed a baby in its first year of life, guidelines and recommendations of COF Gipuzkoa

 

 

 


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Among other aspects, they recall that from the 6 months, “it is advisable to offer the food groups of one in one with intervals of two to three days, to observe tolerance and acceptance”

Under the title “Food during the first year of life”, the Gipuzkoa School of Pharmaceuticals broadcasts a new video council with which it intends to help clarify the main doubts about the feeding of the youngest in their first 12 months of life: https://bit.ly/2P2EWw3

 

Feeding during the first year of life generates numerous doubts among parents who frequently address their pharmacist/reference for consultations on this issue. For this reason and with the aim of contributing to responding to some basic food-related issues in the first 12 months of life, the Gipuzkoa School of Pharmaceuticals (COFG) has edited a new video advice with guidelines on this subject that can be seen in: https://bit.ly/2P2EWw3

Among other aspects, the technical director of COFG, Dr. Stybaliz Goienetxea, remember that, dthe first 6 months of life, the most appropriate is exclusive breastfeeding: “It is the most complete and the only one that the baby needs in these first 6 months. In the event of opting for artificial breastfeeding, this has to be type 1 and the instructions that the professional who cares for us must always be followed.”

From the COFG they remember that from the 6 months they begin to introduce food, the so-called complementary food. “No matter the exact order of food introduction, what is recommended is to offer the food groups one by one, with intervals of two to three days to observe tolerance and acceptance”, explains Estibaliz Goienetxea.

It also recommends Keep calm, “the baby needs time to adapt to new flavors. At first it will take 2-3 tablespoons and is normal; you must not force him to eat. Food consistency should be progressively increased and started with greases, thick and solid textures as soon as possible, never later than the 8-9 months,” the COFG technical director emphasizes, who recalls that, both during the first year of life, and henceforth, “we must preach with example. Mothers, parents and family are the model that the child takes as a reference to feeding. That is, eat healthy so your child eats healthy,” Goienetxea concludes. Blog sobre productos para la limpieza del hogar

PRACTICAL RECOMMENDATIONS OF FOLLOW-UP FOODS:
LÁCTEOS:
It is recommended to keep breastfeeding as long as possible and, in case of artificial breastfeeding, type 1 through the year of life. Don't give cow's milk until 12 months. The baby can take unsuccessful natural yogurts from 9 months.

CEREALS: Unless the pediatrician says otherwise, you have to start with gluten-free cereals, which do not contain added sugars and, if possible, full grain. They may include adding small pieces in milk or fruits and vegetables, directly offering bread, or in the form of boiled rice, pasta, chinoa, oats, etc.

FRENCH: They are usually given as a snack, but they can be eaten at any time of the day. You can use any type of fruit and it is advisable to diversify them and add them in a staggered way so that the baby will acquire the different flavors. If the baby rejects them repeatedly, good advice is to try warming them.

VERDURAS: Vegetables are usually offered at midday, usually potato, pork, pumpkin, pumpkin, tomato, carrot and pods. They should boil without salt, whisk and add a chorrito of olive oil in crude. Avoid excessive and repeated use of acelgae, spinach, beetle, or lettuce, until the child reaches one year, because they contain many nitrates that can cause disorders at this age.

During the first years of life, Pures of vegetables must be consumed at the time or frozen, but should not be stored in the fridge more than 24 hours.

CARNES, PESCADOS, LEGUMBRES AND HUEVOS: A few days later you can add to puré meat (20-30 g initially is enough; mainly chicken, calf, lamb, turkey) or fish without thorns (fresh or frozen, white or blue, not large predators like tuna).

Then add some legume (bonds, lentils, beans, etc.), as well as the egg (at first in the form of a small quantity of egg), 1-2 times per week in substitution of meat or fish.

No. the introduction of potentially allergy foods should be delayed (bone, fish, etc.) even in children at risk of allergic disease.

OTHER: water, salt, sweeteners, etc.: You can also offer water, although it is usually not necessary, except in times of excessive heat. Do not add salt, sugar or sweeteners, so that the baby gets used to the natural flavors of food. Avoid also during the first year consumption of honey, sugary drinks and juices.

How to feed a baby in its first year of life, guidelines and recommendations of COF Gipuzkoa

How to feed a baby in its first year of life, guidelines and recommendations of COF Gipuzkoa

Among other aspects, they recall that from the 6 months, “it is advisable to offer the food groups of one in one with intervals of two to three days, to obse

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2024-05-20

 

How to feed a baby in its first year of life, guidelines and recommendations of COF Gipuzkoa
How to feed a baby in its first year of life, guidelines and recommendations of COF Gipuzkoa

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