How to enter into the diet of a child yolk
Chicken eggs are a very useful product. They include phosphorus, potassium, iron, vitamins, calcium, folic acid, copper, etc. Therefore it is very important to know when and in what quantities must be entered in the child's diet yolk.
Instruction how to enter into the diet of a child yolk
Since chicken yolk consists of 23% from saturated fat, which creates an increased load on the body of a child, pediatricians do not recommend it to give kids under the age of seven months. In addition, if you are too early to begin to introduce it, it can provoke allergic reactions in children due to the high activity of this product.
Boil hard-boiled egg. The protein is separate from the yolk, the last mash into mush and mix with a small amount of breast milk or formula.
Give your child a ¼ teaspoon of the yolk, then look carefully for the child body's reaction to a new product and only a day later give the same amount.
Gradually bring the daily dose to half of the yolk. When the child reaches one year of age, you can give him on a chicken egg yolk.
Daily feed the child this product is not necessary. Suffice it to 2-3 times a week. In addition, you can add the yolk to baby other foods: vegetable or fruit puree, porridge, etc.
Egg whites do not let the baby to a year. He is a very strong allergen, is poorly absorbed by the body and contains a smaller amount of useful components.
If, after the introduction of the yolk to the diet of a child's allergy appear, exclude the product to at least 1.5-2 years. Then try to enter it again.
If you have the opportunity, start with the introduction of the yolk of quail eggs. The principle does not change, despite the fact that eggs are very small.
Raw eggs not let the baby to a year, the only exception is if they are necessary for the treatment of - or disease.
Before introduction into the diet of baby chicken yolk should consult with a specialist. It is important to take into account the individual characteristics of the child: height, weight, appetite, etc.