Infant Feeding

During the early years of a child proper nutrition it is necessary not only to ensure proper physical growth of the child, but also for their intellectual development. Also, it depends on their ability to learn, think, communicate with others and adapt to the environment. If the infant feeding is not appropriate, the child may develop certain cardiovascular diseases or suffer overweight and obesity, which if not treated in time can become such a high severity to cause their death. Furthermore, it is at an early age when children acquire the eating habits and customs of everyday life that will later be difficult to change. It is therefore very important to establish from small both routine regular exercise, such as good nutritional habits. Among the medical recommendations for proper infant feeding, notes: intake of five fruits and vegetables a day, not abuse fats or control the consumption of sugary drinks and sweets.