Ati Chicken Is It Safe For Babies To Eat?
, want to ask if chicken liver is safe or not for the baby’s food? Is it the same if carrots can cause jaundice in babies? please help answer yes.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. From birth to 6 months of age, breast milk is the only food suitable for babies. And experts have agreed that babies under 6 months of age should only be given breast milk to optimize their growth and development and immunity. But after 6 months, breast milk is not enough. Babies need nutritional intake from other foods called complementary foods / complementary foods.
Basically, the food given for complementary foods can be any kind of food. Fruit, vegetables, meat, cereals, yogurt are acceptable, including carrots and chicken liver. But what needs to be considered is to avoid adding added sugar or salt, preferably until the age of 1 year, and to puree it in such a way so that it is easily digested by your baby. In addition, it's best to allow 3-5 days of space before you introduce your child to different types of food. If during any feeding your baby causes a reaction in the form of a change in bowel pattern, diarrhea, vomiting or spotting, stop immediately because he may be allergic to these foods. You can also view our article by clicking the following link for Inspiration for MPASI Menu.
Then regarding carrots that cause jaundice, this is not true. Carrots are just like any other vegetable, and are well known for their vitamin A content which is good for your child's growth. Meanwhile, jaundice is caused by abnormalities in liver function, bile disorders, red blood cell disorders, and bacterial or viral infections, so it is not related to consumption of carrots. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa