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The overweight, iron-deficient baby is getting bigger

Half of year-olds have iron deficiencies in vitamin D, which can lead to serious health problems, according to the latest domestic research into nutrition research for 0-3 year olds.

Half of the age group has high cholesterol, consumes too much food, and ten percent is also threatened by obesity. In the background of the alarming results is that every other family in the family eats the same thing as their parents, even though their bodies need a different diet. The First 1000 Days of Life moreover, it not only determines childhood health, but also plays a role in preventing many adulthood diseases.
"About half of babies under the age of one receive food that is not specifically for the age range, and over one in six will eat exactly the same thing as adults, though it will still be better. Parallel to this, parents are paying less attention to vitamin supplementation: even though 87% of infants 0-6 months old, less than half of the 1-3 year olds receive vitamin D on a daily basis. " - call attention to World Health Day Dr. István Takacs, Medical Association of the Hungarian Primer Prevention Association.
"The two together make a major contribution to: Over one year of age, every second baby is vitamin D deficientwhich negatively affects the development of the bones, the immune system and the nervous system, but also significantly increases the risk of diabetes and asthma. "

Every second baby is iron deficient

Only half of the moms pay attention to the proper intake of sugars

Almost no attention is paid by parents to iron burn: a 97% of 0-6 month olds do not receive iron regularly, so one year old a baby develops iron deficiency, which can lead to anemia. In contrast, although artificial levels of consciousness are avoided by the overwhelming majority of parents, the high content of food in the diet results in excess sodium in the body and high levels of carbohydrate and sugar intake.
"Every tenth child under one year of age is potentially overweightand the results for the younger age group are even sadder: 14% of 2-year-olds, while a quarter of young schoolchildren carry weight. The situation in the survey is mainly due to the excess sugar intake during the nutrition: half of the parents give the baby food, drink or sweetness in the middle of 1 year, but many mothers are rich in latent sugars. Who Erdélyi-Sipos AlnzGeneral Secretary of the Hungarian Dietetic Association. Nutritionists also pointed out that the 1-3 year old consumes significantly more than the maximum 12 grams of sugar per day, on average 19.6 grams per day. In addition to this, it also contributes to the fact that type 2 diabetes, which previously affected adults only, is becoming more common in children.
The little ones pay attention to the proper fluid intake, the carbohydrate intake is very few They are, for example, looking for a proper carbohydrate intake.
"The megnцvekedett vitaminszьksйglet pуtlбsa ennйl also kevйsbй known to kismamбk kцrйben: bбr dцntх tцbbsйgьk take pregnancy vitamins to vбrandуssбg idejйn all цtцdik leendх mom does not megfelelх йtrendkiegйszнtхt vбlaszt Yet felnхttkori nйpbetegsйgek - pйldбul the diabйtesz the elhнzбs or szнv- йs йrrendszeri megbetegedйsek -. in terms of prevention the first 1000 days do not begin with birth but with conception. Maternity nutrition and baby nutrition play an important role in prevention. " Prof. Dr. Бcs Nбndor, Semmelweis University II. He is the director of the Department of Birth and Patronage.
Surveys have shown that parents are most likely to accept the advice of nursing mothers and nurses before, during and during pregnancy, and therefore may be relieved of appropriate professional support. The First 1000 Day Program It aims to contribute to the development of dietary habits that are critical for development through regular training and extensive social education, and to ensure the longevity of children. For World Health Day, Semmelweis University II. The Szllesheti and Naggyabashi Clinics also joined.
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