How useful is COCONUT water for children! Find out about this
When we have a disease, doctors often recommend drinking water. Even with any skin problems, doctors advise Coconut water. Now let’s know how healthy Coconut water is for children.Having a compound called monolaurin in Coconut water enables children to fight various diseases, prevent colds and flu, prevent infections. The nutrients that are available from Coconut water are sodium, cholesterol, protein, calcium, vitamin C, energy, etc.
Usually, it is advisable to feed Coconut water after the first six months of childbirth. Babies can digest water normally from the onset of solid foods. The Benefits of Watering Babies –
A) Helps prevent gastrointestinal problems.
B) To fight against various diseases, prevent colds and flu and prevent various infections.
C) Helps in curing various stomach problems, such as constipation, flatulence, stomach ulcers.
D) It eliminates intestinal worms.
E) Treating urinary tract infections and dissolving kidney stones.
F) It is able to withstand diarrhea and diarrhea from the body.
G) Excessive heating causes problems like dehydration. The water in the dub meets this water deficit in the body. How to feed your baby water?
H) Do not drink dab water all at once, pour in one drink.
I) Do not feed your baby with cold water in the winter.
J) Fresh fresh water.
K) Avoid feeding dab water when baby is allergic to fruit or nuts.
Malnutrition: Causes, effects and prevention
According to data from The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and the National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) Nutrition, malnutrition was the primary risk factor for deaths of children under the age of 2 in each of the 28 states in India.
The mortality rate has risen sharply to 3,4. According to the Global Shark Index, most children in South Asia suffer from malnutrition. About 1 million people worldwide are malnourished, most of them in Africa and Asia.
According to the World Bank data, India has the highest rates of malnourished children in the whole world. In India, about 5 percent of children under the age of five are not growing and developing, and about 20 percent of children under the age of five are severely malnourished. The states in India that have the highest number of malnutrition problems are Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Bihar.