Difference Between Belcube Laughing Cow And Unsalted Butter Anchor?
Hello, good morning. Next month my child starts to respond and There are a few questions I want to ask, 1. what is the difference between belcube laughing cow and unsalted butter? 2. can they be mixed in one menu mpasi? 3. After the baby has finished eating, drink it using water or breast milk? 4. Allow 6-month-old babies to eat sweet potatoes and should they be crushed with mixed milk? Please answer yes, thank you😊
Cheese and butter are both dairy products, whether from cow's milk or goat's milk, depending on the brand. The difference is in the way of manufacture. Cheese is made from semisolid ingredients that occur when milk ferments. Butter is made by stirring the cream until the thick is almost solid. Both are both high in protein and fat, both for energy sources and for the formation of body tissues in a growing child. In addition, both also contain lots of minerals and vitamins. We certainly cannot know for sure the nutritional content of each brand of cheese and butter. You can pay close attention to the nutritional content printed on food packages. Choose a brand that does not contain trans fats and saturated fats. Some studies suggest that cheese might be better than butter. Butter can certainly still be consumed but in limited quantities.
If your child has just begun to MPASI, it is better to give just one type first, cheese or butter. See if the child likes, whether an allergic reaction occurs, or if diarrhea occurs. Change the menu every few days so the child does not get bored. Start with small portions. Mixing cheese and butter may make a child sick and diarrhea.
Breast milk should still be given, because it is still the main source of nutrition and energy in infants aged 6-12 months. You can provide water, but the proportion must still be more milk than water. Likewise with sweet potatoes, start with small portions and a soft texture (soft mashed porridge). If the child likes and side effects do not occur, you can increase the volume of food slowly. MPASI may be given as pure porridge, or mixed with milk / milk, depending on the child's taste.
Hopefully this explanation is enough to broaden your horizons. If you need more detailed information, you can also consult with a specialist child growth consultant. Regards.