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Precautions for babies to eat grapes

DailyBird Diet 2020-12-03 189 0 grapes


Although grapes are rich in nutrition, they are also good for babies. However, the sugar content is very high, so the baby should pay attention to the appropriate amount when eating grapes, otherwise, the sugar content is too high, which is a burden for the baby's body. When the baby eats grapes, there are several points for attention:

1. Eating grapes can not immediately drink water, it is easy to cause diarrhea. This is because the grape itself has the effect of catharsis and moistening the intestines. Drink water immediately after eating the grapes. Before the stomach can digest and absorb the water, the gastric acid will be diluted. The grapes and water and gastric acid will oxidize and ferment rapidly, which will accelerate the intestinal peristalsis and produce diarrhea.

2. Don't drink milk with grapes. Grapes contain vitamin C, and some ingredients in milk will react with vitamin C contained in grapes, which is harmful to the stomach. If the baby eats these two at the same time, it will also have diarrhea, and in severe cases, vomiting.

3. Don't eat grapes after eating seafood. Eating grape, hawthorn, pomegranate, persimmon and other fruits while eating seafood will cause vomiting, abdominal distension, abdominal pain, diarrhea and other symptoms. Because tannin is contained in these fruits, tannic acid will coagulate and precipitate when meeting the protein in seafood, forming substances that are not easy to digest.

4. Don't eat too much grapes. Due to the high sugar content of grapes, and eating too much is not conducive to digestion and absorption, will affect the gastrointestinal health, so the baby should not eat too much grapes.

5. Rinse your mouth after eating grapes. Some grapes contain a variety of fermented sugars, which are strongly corrosive to teeth. If the baby does not gargle after eating, the grape residue in the mouth is easy to cause dental caries.

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