Baby 7 Months Can Consume Cold Fruit From The Refrigerator?
Ass. I have a baby aged 7 months 3 days, at this time I was accidentally fed a scraped banana and the banana just came out of the refrigerator. Is that dangerous? And do I need to go to a SPA. What I’m afraid of inflammation, etc., thank you
Hello Denita Dwi. Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com, I will try to answer your question.
The difference in food temperature with the baby's body temperature basically will not affect the baby's health as long as the food / drink is not contaminated with bacteria that endanger the baby's health and digestive tract. Giving bananas that are still cold does not necessarily inflame the baby, because each baby has been given several organs that produce body defenses. Actually, the inflammation experienced by babies or children and even adults is not due to the temperature of the food or drink being consumed, but the bacteria content in the food / drink.
Clean and nutritious food, even though it is cold, will not immediately cause sore throat. The purpose of cooling food / beverage ingredients is actually so that the material from the food / drink is not damaged and also prevents the growth of bacteria that may be present in the food / drink (keeping it sterile).
If you are worried about giving cold bananas to your baby, it would be better if before giving them, the bananas are left for a while at room temperature, so they are not too cold when eaten. And storage of food / fruit should not be more than 3 days so that the physical food / fruit is still fresh so that the vitamins / nutrients contained therein are still the same.
Hopefully a little information that I have to convey is useful.