When the baby is 6 months old, parents should pay attention to one thing.
Give the baby iron.
Today, Dr. Clove invited his good friend, spicy mom Li Liangli, to recommend some high-speed rail complementary foods to his parents. Follow suit and don’t worry about the baby’s iron deficiency any more!
0 ~ 6 months
When a full-term baby is born, it brings iron from the mother’s body that can meet her needs for 4-6 months of growth, so there is no need to supplement additional iron before adding supplementary foods (except for premature infants or mothers with severe iron deficiency during pregnancy).
After 4 ~ 6 months, the baby’s iron reserves begin to be insufficient. Mothers should add iron-rich supplementary foods in time, such as high-speed iron baby rice noodles, to ensure the healthy growth and development of the baby.
6 ~ 12 months
About 6 months old, the baby began to eat supplementary foods. The most convenient thing for the mother is high-speed rice noodles.
That what, Hunan, Guangxi friends don’t get excited, not your kind of rice noodles (pick nose) …
High-iron rice noodles can be mixed with water, breast milk or milk powder. Other high-iron foods include red meat paste, liver paste, chicken and duck meat, fish, etc. The iron in these foods is easy to absorb and should be added in time without allergy.
Iron Supplement Recipe: Beef Pumpkin Mud
Ingredients: beef (tenderloin or leg), pumpkin, scallion and ginger in appropriate amount
Soak beef in cold water to remove blood.
Cut into small pieces and put them into a pan. Blanch them to bleed.
Put the blanched beef into a pressure cooker and add a proper amount of scallion and ginger to cook until tender.
Peel pumpkins, cut them into pieces, boil them over low heat until they are crisp and rotten, and press them into pumpkin mud. You can also use an auxiliary food machine or cooking machine to make mud.
Take out the boiled beef, add water and put it into an auxiliary food machine or cooking machine to make mud.
Mix pumpkin and beef.
Comments by Dr. Clove:
Beef is rich in protein, calcium and folic acid in addition to heme iron, which is easy to absorb. Pumpkin is rich in carotene and dietary fiber, which helps baby’s eyesight development and helps prevent constipation.
Older-month-old babies can eat directly without mud, while younger-month-old babies need to eat pumpkin and beef paste after mud. In addition to eating directly, this supplementary food can also be eaten with porridge or high-iron rice noodles.
The production of meat takes a lot of time. It can be finished for one week at a time. It can be put into supplementary food compartments and frozen for preservation according to the dosage each time.
1 ~ 3 years old
For babies over 1 year old, eating well is the real thing!
Babies need to include 4 categories of food on the dining table every day: cereals (staple food), meat, fish, eggs and milk (meat dishes), vegetables and fruits, milk and dairy products.
At this stage, the recommended daily iron intake is 9 milligrams, and it is still necessary to pay attention to the iron intake in diet.
Iron Supplement Recipe: Tomato Pork Liver Noodles
Ingredients: tomato, pork liver, noodles, ginger
Wash tomatoes, soak them in hot water and peel them.
Soak pork liver in clear water for more than half an hour to remove blood.
Slice pork liver, blanch it in boiling water, and drop a few drops of cooking wine to remove fishy smell.
Take the pan, drop a few drops of olive oil, add two slices of ginger, pour in tomato and pork liver mud, stir-fry.
Add water to boil, add noodles, and you are done!
Comments by Dr. Clove:
Pig liver iron content is high, absorption is good, but it contains a large amount of vitamin A, it is not recommended to eat frequently, 1 ~ 2 times a week, 50 grams each time is better. Bao parents pay attention to buying pig liver from regular channels, soaking and removing blood before cooking.
Tomatoes themselves taste sweet and sour, which helps to improve the baby’s appetite, and are rich in vitamin C, which can help iron absorption.
4 ~ 6 years old
Babies of this age group should pay attention to balanced diet, continue to cultivate good eating habits, eat regularly, and avoid the habits of partial eating, picky eating, sugary beverages, fried foods and snacks.
The recommended daily intake of iron is 10 milligrams. Encourage eating vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C to promote intestinal iron absorption.
Iron Supplement Recipe: Fried Rice with Chicken Liver, Asparagus and Auricularia
Raw materials: Auricularia auricula (dried), asparagus, chicken liver, cooking wine, cooked rice, raw soy sauce, edible oil
Auricularia auricula is soaked in advance and then cut into small pieces for later use.
Take the tender head of asparagus and cut the hob pieces for later use.
Soak chicken liver in clear water and wash it thoroughly, then cut it into small pieces and stir-fry it with cooking wine to remove fishy smell.
Heat the pan, add a proper amount of edible oil, pour in the rice and stir-fry slowly over low heat until the rice is basically clear. Then add black fungus, lettuce and chicken liver and stir-fry. Pour a proper amount of raw sauce to flavor before leaving the pan, then turn off the fire and stir-fry for a while to get out of the pan.
Comments by Dr. Clove:
Chicken liver and black fungus are both very rich in iron. With the help of asparagus rich in vitamin C, this fried rice has become a full iron supplement lunch.
The seasoning of raw smoke adds points to the flavor and color of fried rice, which is nutritious, delicious and good-looking!
Of course, the more iron, the better. Generally speaking, if you eat a balanced diet, your baby will not lack iron, and your parents will not need to supplement iron specially for your baby.
Regarding iron supplement food, Ding Ma will give you a summary ~
The best iron supplement food: red meat such as beef, pork, mutton, animal liver and blood products.
Optional iron supplement foods: laver, black sesame, cherry, lentil, agaric, mushroom, mushroom, shrimp, tremella, millet, etc.
Substances that promote iron absorption: vitamin C, such as dark vegetables spinach, lettuce, rape, etc., fresh jujube, kiwi fruit, lemon, strawberry, orange, etc.