Stories from EBPP students on extra curricular Empower programme: Food after 6 Months

Par : Stephen (garçon), 14 ans, Catégorie Junior High School 1, Lisse

food after 6 monthsLa classe est allé comme d'habitude. Aujourd'hui (9-9-2015), nous avons appris sur les aliments de sevrage. Sevrage alimentaire est un aliment pour le bébé après que le bébé atteint l'âge de 6 mois. Avant 6 mois, le bébé a seulement donné ou reçu du lait maternel exclusif. Nous ne sommes pas autorisés à donner au bébé de la nourriture même une eau. Après 6 mois, nous pouvons donner à l'enfant un aliment que nous mangeons tous les jours, mais dans différents servir / la texture et le lait maternel est encore jusqu'à ce que le bébé atteigne l'âge 2 ans. Si nous voulons donner un aliment, Nous devons faire la nourriture devient doux comme de la bouillie ou de purée. That treatment aims to make the baby easier to swallow the food. When we make puree, we have to make sure that the tools we used are clean. We can’t chew the food and give to the baby, it can contaminate the puree and the baby could get a disease. As known, in the past our parents used to do it. They thought it would make the food more delicious but it wasn’t. It is disgusting and may be we could get a disease especially the parent who does it in bad condition or sick. I am glad because today I haven’t seen any parents do that anymore.

1 ASI eksklusifIn this stage indeed we could give a food to the baby but not all. There are certain of foods that we have to avoid to prevent the baby from sickness. Those foods are orange and tomato (contain acid), salt (pourrait affecté à la pression artérielle), miel (contains bacteria), nuts (could caused chocking), and sugar (peur devient accro). So if we want to give a food to the baby, make sure that the food is tasteless. It aims in order to the baby could taste the real taste of the food and to prevent addicted of any flavor. Those treatments we can do until the baby attains the age of 1 an. After that we can give them a food that we eat everyday.

Maintenant, I don’t have a brother or sister in that age but this information will be useful in the future, when I have my own baby. I hope I could help the mothers in my village change their lifestyles and treatment, so that the children here could grow healthy.



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