How To Feed Your Child On Calcium Properly

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According to nutrition specialists, having calcium in wrong ways can cause harms to children.

To help children grow healthily, parents should provide them with calcium. However, according to nutrition specialists, having calcium in wrong ways can cause harms to children.

An insensible diet can make children lack of nutrients and affect their developments.

Broth doesn’t have any effect on nurturing bones

Description: To young children, only eating weaning foods or porridge with broth can make them lack of many nutrients, especially micronutrients.

To young children, only eating weaning foods or porridge with broth can make them lack many nutrients, especially micronutrients.

Broth doesn’t have such effects on bones as many people think. To young children, only eating weaning foods or porridge with broth can make them lack many nutrients, especially micronutrients.Parents should go to the nutrition centers to receive advice about sensible diets for children.

In fact, the broth of bones or meat only brings good appetite, doesn’t have many nutrients like protein or calcium. In broth, there’s a great deal of animal fat which will remain in children’s bowel and stomach, causing flatulence, the flash come of satiety, a loss of appetite, indigestion and even digestive disorder when they eatbroth too much.

The calcium in marrowbone is mostly inorganic calcium which children can’t absorb. If parents just serve children with broth, there’s no way children receive the necessary amount of nutrients as matters like calcium, fibers… are remained in meat”.

The excess of calcium in the body can cause kidney stones

Apart from having calcium through pills, functional foods that comprise calcium are also a popular choice of parents for their children. Nonetheless, it’s not good absorbing much calcium. 

Description: The vitamin D is like a central manager controlling the in-and-out of calcium to bones.

The vitamin D is like a central manager controlling the in-and-out of calcium to bones.

Some nutrition specialists share that as some parents are worried about their children’s height, they’ve make their children drink calcium-rich milk and have functional foods that provide calcium additionally since the children are young. As receiving so much calcium from sources, there’re some children having kidney stones when they’re 3-4 years old.

To help the body absorb calcium, it’s necessary to absorb vitamin D at the same time. The micronutrient is like a central manager controlling the in-and-out of calcium to bones. To receive enough vitamin D, people have to take it from the 3 sources: foods, sunlight and vitamin D pills. The most popular source is from foods.

Children will have rickets from lacking vitamin D, but it’s also dangerous to children if they have calcium in excess. The excess of calcium taken from foods will be discharged by urination. Whenthe calcium is taken from pills, the excess of calcium can cause kidney stones, hypercalcaemia, tiredness, loss of appetite, even make children shorter or stop developing in height.

If parents want to provide children with calcium, they should follow doctor’s instruction. Do not give your children muchcalcium tonic. Even when doctor’s prescriptions include calcium pills, you’d better let children take calcium pills in the morning 1 hour after eating.

Description: Calcium is largely contained in shrimps, fresh fish, meat, eggs….

Calcium is largely contained in shrimps, fresh fish, meat, eggs….

According to nutrition specialists, calcium is largely contained in shrimps, fresh fish, meat, eggs… Besides, dark-greenleafy vegetables, seafood (craps, oyster), beans… are also natural calcium sources for human body. Calcium in those foods is organic, so it’s easy for children to digest.

Signs of calcium deficiencies

Crying a lot, having sleeping difficulties and startling during sleeps are signs of calcium deficiencies in children. Besides, children lacking calcium often sweat a lot, especially when sleeping, have hair lossin the back of the neck,and have larynx spasm causing breathlessness, hiccups, vomits….

Children who have severe rickets caused by calcium deficiencies have their bregma suffered from slow formations, have flat heads, intruding chests, bow-legs, slow growth of teeth and action skills. Children often exhibit tiredness, appetite loss, meagerness, dizziness, a large amount of sweat and many unsound sleeps. 

 
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