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They are very delicate, very healthy and extremely allergic. When can I introduce seeds into my baby's routine?
When can I give my child seeds?Oilseeds are exactly the middle of them highly allergenic foods they fall into categories such as honey, berry fruits, or citrus fruits. You have to be careful with us. In addition to their allergenic effect, they also threaten to be overwhelmed by choking.The age range is 10-11 monthsunder which you cannot give seeds at all, ie almonds, cashews, pistachios, sesame seeds, diuts for children. / or, in the case of eczema, consult a specialist prior to introduction! When introducing oilseeds, it is advisable to keep in mind the principle that you should only try one at a time, and keep enough distance between acquaintances, so that you can easily eliminate any allergies.Seeds have the following characteristics:
Diophylls (di, kasudi): Calcium and phosphorus are significant.
Hazelnut: Contains vitamin B, iron and zinc.
Almonds: Very good source of vitamin E, contains vitamin B6, folic acid, phosphorus, iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc.
Sunflower seeds: It contains a lot of good fat, antioxidants, vitamin E, selenium and copper.
Core seeds: High in C, E and A vitamins. It is also rich in magnesium and potassium.
Sesame: It contains significant amounts of vitamins A, B1, B2, E. It is rich in calcium, but it is also a rich source of potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron.