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MACROBIOTIC FOOD FOR CHILDREN


Cow's milk (or other domestic animals) is intended for their own offspring, arguing biologically. A human child should also be fed with the milk of a woman for at least 9 months or a year better. Feeding during this period is relatively simple for the followers of Macrobiotics.
The quantity and quality of breast milk is in the hands of the fate of the child, that is, it depends on this sole source of development and well-being. Therefore, it is important that the mother understands the philosophy of the East and builds herself up with the help of the right natural (Yin-Yang) harmony. This is very easy, because the child is a reflection of the maternal food and drink. All the difficulties that await him (skin diseases, colds, etc.) come directly from the liberties allowed by the nursing mother in her diet. The harmony of the child will greatly change from the presence of her very Yang and very Yin. And a breastfeeding woman should not worry, easily correcting violations in the child by regulating the quantity and quality of their own food.
Cereal and cereal infants can be added to the diet from about 6 months of age. They must be in an easily digestible form (boiled for a long time, free from impurities). Around the year - add vegetables. Sliced ​​vegetables cooked in thin miso soup (not to be confused with meat - see “Dictionary” at the end of the book), is one of the types of cooking. Remember that the age of onset of eating these foods is approximate. Should adapt to your case. It all depends on your common sense and the constitution of the child.
Do not overfeed it. The moderate hunger, thirst and coolness experienced during the first year of life will make the child Yang and unite the foundations of his constitution and personality.

COCCO

If the mother does not have milk, you can feed the cocco mixture (305), following the tips in the table (see below).
Preparation: dilute cocco with some pure water (10–15 parts of water for 1 part of cocoa, depending on age). Boil this mixture over low heat for about 20 minutes. The amount of the mixture is less than the usual amount of cow's milk, because there is no excess water in the mixture.
Do not be afraid to feed the child with it. It is better to reduce the diet by one bottle with the possibility of reducing appetite.
Cocco is recommended for everyone and can be used as breakfast for adults, as well as for preparing a variety of cakes, drinks, desserts.
By the 4th month, add to the diet 5-10 g of peeled onions, carrots, watercress, etc.
From the 5th month, 10–50% of the food can be gradually replaced with whole rice. Cook one portion of rice in 5-6 parts of water. Such meals until the 9th month.
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____ Number ___ ____ On___ Qty
age Cocco, g Water,
ml
daily
feedings
one thing
feeding
ml per day
1-ed Some stl waters from 0, 5% solution salt
2nd day ten 100 3-5 ten 40
3rd day ten 100 5-7 20 120
4th day ten 100 5-7 thirty 180
5th day ten 100 5-7 40 240
6th day ten 100 5-7 50 300
7th day ten 100 5-7 60 360
8th day ten 100 5-7 70 420
9th day ten 100 5-7 80 480
10th day ten 100 5-7 90 540
from 11 to 30 days ten 100 5-7 100 600
2nd month 12 100 6 11O 660
3rd month 12 100 6 120 720
4th month 18 100 6 130 780
5th month 18 100 6 840
6th month 18 100 five 180 900
7th month 18 100 five 200 1000
8th month 18 100 five 200 1000
9th month 18 100 five 200 1000
from 10 to 12 month 18 100 five 200 1000



On the 13th month, add 150 g of whole rice (cooked in three parts of water), 50-40 g of boiled vegetables (cooked with a small amount of vegetable oil and salt).
Take 2-3 cups of water, rice tea (301) or Ozawa's coffee (304).
From 16 up to 24 months you can increase the amount of rice and vegetables, but gradually: by 30 grams of rice and 20 grams of vegetables per day.
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MACROBIOTIC FOOD FOR CHILDREN

  1. Guidelines for the WHO European Region, with particular reference to the republics of the former Soviet Union. Feeding and nutrition of infants and young children, 2001

  2. Guidelines for the WHO European Region, with particular reference to the republics of the former Soviet Union. Feeding and feeding infants and young children. Book 2, 2002

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  4. Food for children and teenagers
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  5. Especially nutrition children and teenagers.
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  6. Nutrition of preschool children
    The nutrition of preschoolers is different from the nutrition of young children, both in quantitative and qualitative terms. The body weight of a child from 4 to 7 years grows on average from 15 to 25 kg, and the body length gain is 20-30 cm. The overall mobility of children decreases slightly, but physical activity increases: foot transitions, physical education and sports activities and games. During periods of stretching and
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  8. Enteral nutrition in children
    (The original names of the formulas for enteral nutrition are given) Breast milk (predominance of whey) 20 cal / 30 ml (0.67 cal / ml); Low birth weight babies (24 cal / 30 ml): Enfalac for preterm, LBW S26, Similac SC, Pre-Nan. Full-term newborns from birth (20 cal / 30 ml) • serum predominance: Enfalac, Karitane Infant, Nan 1, S26 • based on soy: Infasoy, Isomil,
  9. Meals for children from 3 to 7 years
    At this age, the functional capabilities of the gastrointestinal tract significantly increase. The capacity of the stomach increases to 500 ml, the activity of enzymes increases, by 5-7 years the first permanent large molars erupt. The optimal ratio of proteins, fats and carbohydrates in the diet of children of this age is 1: 1: 4. When building a diet, it is necessary to provide certain
  10. General principles of physiological nutrition of children
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  11. Chronic eating disorders in young children
    Questions for repetition: 1. The concept of normotrophy. 2. The need for young children in the main food ingredients for different types of feeding. Test questions: 1. Classification of chronic eating disorders. 2. Hypotrophy. Notion Pathogenesis. 3. Clinical manifestations of malnutrition, depending on the severity. 4. Differential diagnosis of malnutrition (disaccharidase
  12. Wonderful Macrobiotic Cuisine
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