Diabetes Trigger Snacks in Children

Nobody wants their son or daughter to have diabetes, Bun. Therefore, parents are encouraged to introduce healthy eating patterns for their little ones from an early age. Dietary matters cannot be underestimated. Not infrequently, parents often provide food intake that triggers an increased risk of diabetes.

Launching from Healthline, toddlers in America generally consume more artificial sweeteners than adults. This study's results come from data from 800 children aged 6-23 months who participated, 85% of infants and toddlers in the study consumed artificial sweeteners at a particular time. Even though artificial sweeteners are one of the ingredients that trigger health problems for your little one. Instead of getting nutrition, it triggers diabetes. Let's start now to identify foods or drinks that have the potential to trigger diabetes.

A DRINK GIVEN WITH A MADE FROM SWEET LIKE JUICE

Who still likes to give bottled juice to the little one? While they may seem healthy, packaged and retail juices contain artificial sweeteners. So, if your little one asks for juice, give the fruit juice made by Mother. Regulate the sugar intake so that it doesn't increase the sugar level in their body.

Apart from juices, any drinks that taste sweet but are sold in packs should be kept out of your little one's reach. There are studies that state that the habit of consuming excess sugar makes the size of your little one's blood sugar rise and fall so they can quickly get spikes and decreases in energy that can make your little one fussy.

PROVIDING THE YOGHURT IN PACKAGING IS NOT RECOMMENDED

For mothers who like to give drinks with a nutritional label, try to be more careful. Even drinks like low-fat yogurt are not necessarily healthy. Sometimes there are still many low-fat yogurts that have high sugar content. Therefore, look for yogurt with low sugar levels or is recommended for your little one's health.

INSTANT BUMBU HAS HIGH SUGAR CONDITIONS

Are you familiar with this, right? Various types of sauces also add high enough sugar content. Your little one tends to like tomato sauce and soy sauce to be friends to eat. There is no need to remove the kitchen spices, but it would be better if you can adjust the sauce level for your little one's food.

CEREALS FOR BREAKFAST EVEN HIGH SUGAR

For mothers who like to provide cereal for their little one's breakfast, don't forget to see the composition. Foods such as cereals also contain artificial sweeteners. Here Mother's foresight when buying is needed. Limit consumption of cereals and train your little one to like the dishes or vegetables that Mother has prepared. As a mother, you need to introduce healthy and nutritious food for your little one from an early age.
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