Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Healthy foods for kids

your child does
not want crushed
rice, or eat foods
such as rice cake
made ​​of rice or porridge. Do
not force him again!
Throw away the anger and
fear that has no end. Because
not eat rice, it does not mean
our baby will be thin and sick
from lack of nutrition.
Because we can provide
valuable replacement food
nutrients. Call it the sago,
potato, maize, cassava,
bread, noodles, oatmeal, or
Sago is the grain or flour
obtained from the terrace bar
or sago palm tree sago (sago
Rottb Metroxylon). Food
staples of Maluku and Papua
are commonly eaten in the
form papeda (sort of mush).
Sago itself is also sold as a
powder or a compacted bulk
and packed in banana leaf. At
the moment many Moms
also loh, noodles prepared
from sago.
One hundred grams of dry
sago equivalent to 355
calories. Within which the
average contained 94 grams
carbohydrates, 0.2 grams
protein, 0.5 grams fiber, 10
mg calcium, 1.2mg iron, and
fat, carotene, thiamine, and
ascorbic acid in very small
Potatoes are five major
groups of the world's staple
foods other than wheat, corn,
rice, and wheat. The main
part of potatoes into food is a
tuber, which is a source of
carbohydrates, vitamins and
minerals with high enough.
Nutrient content in 100 grams
of potatoes, among others: 2
g protein, 0.3 grams fat,
carbohydrate 19.10 g,
calcium 11 mg, 56 mg
phosphorus, 0.3 g fiber, 0.3
mg iron, vitamin B1 0:09 mg,
0.03 mg vitamin B2, vitamin C
16.00 mg, and 1.40 mg niacin.
Staple food alternantif
citizens Madura, Nusa
Tenggara and even United
States citizens are also rich in
nutrients. No wonder the red-
haired hump is also enthused
the children. Nutrient content
in maize seeds each were:
energy 150 cal, 1.6 g protein,
0.6 g fat, 11 mg calcium, and
carbohydrates 11.40 g

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