Don’t let snacks hurt your child’s health
Nowadays, many children are suffering from snacks. Fried foods, puffed foods, sweets, French fries and other snacks directly affect children’s psychological and physical health. To a certain extent, children are obese, hypertension, anorexia, hyperactivity and leadPoisoning and other childhood diseases.
Therefore, relevant experts point out that this child’s bad eating habits need to be corrected!
Bad habit one: Seeing fried foods can’t move. Now, many children like to eat fried foods such as fried chicken legs and potato chips.
Because too much fried food eats, it affects normal appetite, and even symptoms such as excessive obesity and anorexia.
Experts believe that: eating too much fried food hurts the stomach and gains weight, it is better to eat less.
First of all, fried foods are not easy to digest, and eating more often leads to stomach problems.
The child’s gastrointestinal function is not yet fully developed, and high-temperature food can damage the gastric mucosa and cause gastritis.
At high temperatures, fats produce a substance called “carbonic acid,” which is difficult to digest.
Children who eat more fried foods will feel stuffy and swollen on their chests, and even nausea, vomiting or indigestion.
Usually, the food is covered with a layer of flour slurry before being fried.
At high temperatures, all the vitamin B1 in the flour is destroyed, so vitamin B1 deficiency can occur when eating fried foods for a long time; and repeated use of oil at high temperatures produces a carcinogen.
In addition, according to regulations, the thermal energy provided by adults during the day should account for 25% of the total thermal energy implanted throughout the day.
However, children who often eat fried foods, the daily thermal energy provided by their aunts significantly exceeds the above indicators, so they are prone to obesity.
For some children with hypertension, often eating spicy fried foods is more likely to worsen the disease.
Bad habit two: Puffed food has a soft spot. Today, puffed foods such as potato chips, snow cakes, and shrimp sticks are crunchy and sweet, with a variety of flavors. Most of them use flour, millet, and potatoes as raw materials. They are fried, heated or puffedLoosening processing.
Fragrant, crispy, crispy, and sweet puffed food eats children’s mouths, which causes some children to be reluctant to eat vegetables that are not umami, not to eat dinners, etc., and even treat these foods as staple foods, andSome parents leave their children alone.
Puffed foods have high sugar content, high feces, high denaturation and relatively high MSG content.
Eating too much a child can disrupt nutritional balance.
In addition, puffed foods can easily cause a feeling of fullness, affect normal meals, and cause the body to absorb nutrients.
Bad habits 3: Sweets and sweet drinks. Sweets are common to children. Sweetness in food mainly comes from sugar.
Sugar is a non-metabolizable substance in the human body. It can supplement body variables, promote growth and development, and participate in many life activities.
However, eating too much sugar can have adverse effects, such as causing excessive disease, causing diabetes, complication of tooth formation, etc .; and ADHD, beriberi and autism are also related to sugar addiction.
Long-term consumption of confectionery may also bring children’s hidden mental hazards, which can make children emotional, which can be manifested as crying and making noises, losing their temper, being active and prone to irritability.
As for sweets, it is not that children must not eat them, or a reasonable proportion should be given.
Nutritionists state that the proportion of protein, trace and glucose (including sugar snacks and snacks) in your child’s diet should be maintained at 1: 3: 6.
At the same time, eating desserts after meals is the best way. If you are full before meals, it will affect the appetite of meals.
Bad habit four: French fries fast food becomes commonplace Nowadays, many children treat fast food as commonplace, which is extremely harmful.
Injections are mostly high-salt foods, and the sodium they contain may pose a threat to the heart and kidneys of young children.
Infants and young children’s kidneys are far from mature and unable to replace excess sodium in the blood, so they will be harmed by excessive salt.
The younger you are, the more harm you get.
Similarly, high salt is one of the factors that cause blood pressure to rise.
Today, teenage children suffer from high blood pressure. Some of these children often eat salty fast foods such as fried potato chips, sandwiches, or biscuits during their infancy.
Absorbing too much salt may cause the loss of potassium in the body, and potassium has an important effect on the contraction and relaxation of human muscles (including the heart muscles). Excessive loss will lead to weakened heart muscles and reduced function.
Long-term hyperglycemia, high-protein diet may also cause childhood diseases such as obese liver.
Therefore, experts recommend that parents try to keep their children eating less fast food, especially not using fast food for dinner.