The Impact Of Consumption Of Bread That Has Expired For Children Aged 2 Years
Morning, I want to ask. Is the bread that has been expired weekly, but put in the refrigerator, and cooked again with boiling together with oatmeal, is it still worth eating? Especially for 2-year-old babies? Please explain, thank you.
Thank you for the question.
The expiration date of a meal is certainly not made without reason. This date is made by considering the durability of the ingredients of the food, so that it can be consumed safely without leaving a negative impact on the body.
Storing a food in the refrigerator does not necessarily make the food last longer. Likewise with your actions to boil the food again. Not only is the nutritional content reduced greatly, these expired foods are also prone to cause health problems.
Better, if it's already past its expiry date, you no longer consume the food, especially giving it to your child who is still small. As is known, children have a digestive tract that is still very sensitive, so susceptible to indigestion when consuming food that is not suitable for food. These digestive disorders can have various clinical manifestations, such as nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhea, bloating, and so on. Not only that, the immune system of children at this age is still relatively weak, making it easier to get sick, especially when consuming foods that have decreased nutritional value.
Safer, you buy your child more new bread huh ..
I hope this helps.