Some very common questions mothers ask when they bring their little one for consultation are: & 39; My baby started complementary feeding, how do I know when he is still hungry or satisfied? or & 39; How much should I give at each meal? & 39 ;, To answer these questions, we must learn to recognize those signs of hunger or satiety of the child that will tell us if they want to stop or if they expect to receive more food.
Every day in the life of our son is very important, that is why parents take care and pamper every aspect of his existence in this world in detail. The fabrics from which the bodies that we put on them are made so that they do not get cold, the type of materials that diapers are made of and thus avoid atopic dermatitis, and, of course, everything related to the products of the feeding.
Children neither come with bread under their arms and nor with an instruction manual, so parents and mothers get nervous and restless (also expectant, of course) when we face each of the stages of our little one: from the first diaper change or his first contact with water until the moment we sit in front of him to offer him his first jar of fruits, vegetables, beef, chicken or fish.
Fish is one of the few foods of animal origin that constitute a fundamental pillar in the Mediterranean diet. However, the recent recommendations of the Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN) are causing a considerable stir, since it has warned of the presence of high amounts of mercury in fish and has prohibited its consumption in certain species for pregnant women and children .