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小公主很多媽咪都很焦著,該什麼時候開始餵小寶寶副食品。

我之前和「副食品討論」的媽咪分享了一篇英文報道,我另外翻譯成中文,給大家參考,但報導發行已經有一陣子了,現在連澳洲也同步四個月是最好的時機!!

而在國外也有這一類的主張,讓小朋友自己決定他是不是準備好了要接受副食品,如果… 小寶寶可以靠著椅背坐穩、表現對食物有好奇心、看大人吃東西會想要模仿吞嚥動作,以上這些反應即表示小寶寶已經準備好要邁入吃副食品的階段,如果沒有,即使六個月過後,還是不該餵食副食品。

但我個人和認識的醫生們都認為 ~

不論是因為怕小寶貝不愛奶,為了攝取更完整的營養而選擇四個月開始的媽咪,或是堅持六個月母乳餵養,才開始的理論,我都相信,只要是媽咪為自己孩子的選擇,都是出於誠意和愛,能養出健康小孩兒的方法就是好方法。即使上一代的阿嬤,他們的方法是許多現代的媽咪不推崇的,但反觀被阿嬤養大的你或先生,不也都很健康漂亮,因為都是出自於「愛」。我看了很多被阿嬤帶大的孫子都很健康,白白胖胖的,不知你們有沒有發覺 

還有副食品的餵食原則,套一句桑尼媽的話 (不是電視裏的維尼媽),小寶貝是神農,他們要嚐百草。其實是對的,不是出生測出來有過敏反應,就一定對過敏食材過敏,有的小朋友還對十倍粥過敏呢!! 所以原則是要試過才知道,新食材都要以少量來測試3天至1個星期並觀察,才不會引起小寶寶健康上不好的反應唷!

下面的文章給大家分享一下,另外點進下面的網址,還有小兒科黃瑽寧醫師在「請你跟我這樣過」節目中的後段,說明為何四個月開始,為何母乳六個月後比較好的說法 (可以快轉到最後) 。(謝謝一位媽咪在副食品討論中提供這段影片,受用無窮!!)

理不出頭緒的媽咪們, 可以先參考看下面的文章,和網址裏的節目,然後再自行決定唷!! 

請你跟我這樣過的影片參考,請點入下面的網址!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaJUW07_SoM


獻上我家小公主的聖誕照一張,

祝大家佳節愉快,聖誕快樂!! Merry X'mas 

 

副食品減少嬰兒的食物過敏

今天,醫學專家Ric Gordon博士加入我們的隊伍,一同探討醫生們該如何鼓勵家長嬰兒提早給予小寶寶副食品,以幫助減少食物過敏的風險。

醫生們告日父母親,要在四個月開始給予副食品,比大家的認知提早兩個月,這樣可以減少小寶寶對食物過敏的風險。

澳洲的指導方針說,嬰兒應開始固體6個月,但免疫學,過敏專家及兒科醫生所推行的改變,迫使澳洲要與美國和歐洲同步。

從澳洲學會臨床免疫和過敏型態反應中了解,雪梨兒童醫院和兒童醫院Westmead的專家說,最近臨床反應及研究發現,從4個月開始吃副食品而不是六個月開始的寶寶,能提早發展對過敏食材的免疫,能降低患者的過敏,濕疹,哮喘和食物不耐受的症狀。

 自世界衛生組織(WHO)設定的6個月基準,今年在“英國醫學雜誌”表明,過去十年進行的研究分析準則應該要再進行審查。

 澳洲Westmead兒裏醫院教授Dianne Campbell表示,國家健康與醫學研究委員會正考慮將6個月開始副食品改為4個月。

從觀察性的研究中顯示,對兒童延遲喂食副食品,小麥和雞蛋等,看來他們正更容易引起過敏性疾病。四個月開甘的,真的是沒有證據表明,是有害的,並且可能是更有益的。“

博士Ana Dosen 從雪梨兒童醫院和聖喬治醫院,在四個月開始副食品並搭配母乳,由副食品帶來更多的蛋白質,對寶寶是最好的。

但澳洲母乳喂養的倡導者,目前認為6個月介紹固體仍然是最好的時間。

澳大利亞母乳喂養協會理事長 Louise Duursma 說,六個月的考量,是基於現有的準則,在於寶寶的腸道消化是否發育成熟足夠來吃副食品。

Duursma說,嬰兒早期可以通過他們的母親的母乳接受到許多不同的蛋白質。澳大利亞助產士學院教授 Hannah Dahlen說,這是理想值,但是媽媽純母乳喂養六個月,還有很大空間靈活性。

愛寶貝,前助產士和作者羅賓·巴克說,什麼時候開始餵養副食品,是父母焦慮的來源。

原文出自下方!

Solids minimise baby food allergies

http://today.ninemsn.com.au/healthandbeauty/8255023/solids-minimise-food-allergies-for-babies

TODAY medical expert Dr Ric Gordon joined the team to discuss how doctors are encouraging parents to start their babies on solid foods earlier, to help minimise their risk of developing food allergies.

Doctors are telling parents to feed their babies solids from four months, two months earlier than usually recommended, to minimise the risk of developing food allergies.

Australian guidelines say babies should start solids at six months but immunologists, allergy specialists and paediatricians are pushing for a change to bring Australia into line with the US and Europe.

Specialists from the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy, Sydney Children's Hospital and The Children's Hospital Westmead say recent studies have shown introducing food from four months instead of six can lower the risk of developing allergies, eczema, asthma and food intolerances.

An analysis of the past decade of research conducted since the World Health Organisation (WHO) set the six-month benchmark was published in the British Medical Journal this year, suggesting guidelines be reviewed.

Professor Dianne Campbell from The Children's Hospital Westmead, said the National Health and Medical Research Council was considering bringing its six-month recommendation forward to four.

"From observational studies it seemed the children who had delayed introduction of solids, like wheat and eggs, looked like they were developing more allergic diseases. From four months, there really is no evidence that delaying the introduction of solids is harmful, and it may be beneficial."

Dr Ana Dosen from Sydney Children's and St George Hospitals, said introducing foreign protein in the form of solids alongside breast milk from four months appeared to be in the best interests of the baby.

But breastfeeding advocates argue six months remains the best time to introduce solids.

Australian Breastfeeding Association NSW president Louise Duursma said existing guidelines took into account whether the baby's gut was ready to digest solids and whether the child was developmentally mature enough to eat food.

Ms Duursma said babies were exposed to different proteins early through their mother's breast milk.

Australian College of Midwives associate professor Hannah Dahlen said it was ideal if mothers exclusively breastfed for six months, but there was room for flexibility.

Robin Barker, a former midwife and author of Baby Love said when to start feeding babies was a source of anxiety for parents.

For more information visit www.dailytelegraph.com.au 


 


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