Low-fiber Foods For MPASI Children?
Good morning, r n r nCan I ask that you please list the low-fiber foods that babies can consume with the 4-star menu? R n- What carbohydrates are low in fiber? R n- What animal protein is low fiber? r n- What vegetable protein is low in fiber? r n- What vegetables are low in fiber? r nThank you. Sorry, the questions are many, I’ve searched on Google but found none that matched.
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MPASI or complementary foods are given to children who are 6 months old, and the giving of MPASI is gradual. The method of giving MPASI in each age group is different.
Here are articles that you can read more about: MPASI or the Right Food for babies Based on Age.
Before discussing a low-fiber diet, it is important to know that babies who receive MPASI must get enough nutritional value, including fiber. Foods with fiber are needed by infants or children to maintain a healthy digestive system.
Vegetable protein sources recommended on a low-fiber diet such as tofu, soy milk. For animal protein sources such as soft meat, liver, chicken, fine fish, eggs. Carbohydrates are recommended for low-fiber diets such as: white rice, refined team rice that becomes finer, boiled potatoes, mashed flour or made into pulp, boiled vermicelli. Low-fiber vegetables and fruits such as: spinach, carrots, lanu siam, young beans, bananas, watermelons, peaches
Before going on a low-fiber diet, you should consult a pediatrician or nutritionist. Low-fiber diets are usually recommended for people who have health problems such as:
Inflammatory bowel disease
irritation of the intestine
for example, due to the tumor narrowed intestine
Post surgery such as colostomy, ileostomy
Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis
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