N kinds of wrong feeding techniques can easily cause your baby to be overweight
Many parents regard “eat more and grow stronger” as a “pair” for childcare, provide sufficient nutrition for the baby, and vowed not to let the baby fall into the red light zone of “malnutrition”.
However, malnutrition does not mean that the baby’s nutritional intake is insufficient, but also includes excess nutrition.
Undernourished babies are stunted and frail, and obese babies who are overnourished will also have developmental obstacles.
Obese babies, while looking at the “pleasing growth”, will bury the hidden dangers to their growth.
Affects bone development.
Infant and young children are the period when the baby grows and develops most quickly. The movement ability of hands and feet is cultivated from this time. Because obese babies are too heavy, they will be more strenuous to exercise. They will noticeably slow to crawl, walk, and run.Conducive to the growth and development of bones.
Potential potential hazard.
When an obese baby is an adult, the risk of obesity and hypertension is much higher than normal weight.
Wrong breastfeeding for overweight babies
First and foremost is due to the mother’s improper feeding method.
1. Infant breast milk intake from 0-6 months: Breast milk is the best “ration” for babies. The nutritional balance is in line with the baby’s growth needs, and breast milk nutrition is easy to digest and absorb.
Therefore, breast-feeding pregnant babies are less likely to be overweight than milk powder.
However, if the mother excessively “big supplements and special supplements”, it will lead to excess nutrition in breast milk, especially the increase in trace content.
This inevitably leads to the danger of both mother and baby being overweight.
Mixed intake or powdered milk intake: Some parents are always worried about their baby’s lack of nutrition. They are feeding more and more milk powder to their babies. When they cry, they think they are hungry.
As a result, the baby’s appetite is “extended”, and the amount of milk consumed exceeds the body’s actual nutritional requirements, which will lead to obesity.
2. Babies at the age of 7-12 months have started to add complementary foods. Most of them have replaced breast milk and replaced them with formula.
There are two main reasons for the baby’s overweight at this stage: First, the formula is not taken properly, which includes improper feeding amount and preparation method.
After half a year old, the baby’s appetite is also larger than before. Some mothers worry that the baby will not be full, and they will wash the milk powder too thickly or feed too often, which will cause the baby to become over-nourished.
The second is improper addition of complementary foods.
The half-year-old baby has a clear preference for the taste of complementary foods, especially sweets.
Some mothers do not control the use of supplementary food products with high sugar content for their babies. If juice, fruit purees, etc., this not only makes the baby alternately transfer too much, but also easily develops a bad habit of picky eating, and will become a future babyLatent factors of obesity.
Editor’s comment: When a baby is fat, it does not mean that the body is great. It is necessary to absorb a balanced nutrition to ensure the healthy growth of the baby.
During pregnancy, parents should not “baby” nutrition for their babies, to avoid going too far.
To prevent the correct preparation and feeding of milk powder, you must learn to “understand” your baby, and never force your baby to eat.