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    hi frnds

    i have a query about feeding my baby..

    he is not eating anything.he is so thin structure with 7.5kg wt.he is 1yr old boy.

    he has got 2 teeth and 2 more teeth yet to come out.

    he stopped eating only after his 1st teeth started coming out.

    s it any relationship b/w teeth & food. plz any one help me wat to do. nearly a month back he stopped eating suddenly and am so tensed and concerned about his health.

    he is an active baby.

    anybody plz help.if u know any new recipe r finger foods plz let me now..


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    Re: hi frnds

    Hi Ramya,

    When you eat, show him what you are eating, and talk about food. Allow him to taste from your plate, don't be afraid of the spice.
    some time they like to eat by them self. cut very small piece of banana / Idly , allow him to play with it. He might take interest in few days and eat. Don't give him milk in b/w. Morning 1 cup/evening 1 cup/ night 1 cup milk in enough. Every day night give him pediasure, that helps to gain weight. Best kid friendly food -- Plain noodle and pasta / then Shredded Cheese.

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    Hello Friend's how are you..?
    welcome this forum.

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    Re: hi frnds

    hello friends
    i have a doubt that when i went to a dutypaid shop the owner told that if you give 10ml of non-alcoholic redwine daily to 4yr kid it is very good for the kid's health.is it really true am in a lot of confusion plz help me with your suggestions.thanx in advance

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    Re: hi frnds

    Hi cool123gal, that shop owner is misleading you to boost his business. Do not even think about giving children wine.

    Did you know that even moderate drinking, under certain circumstances, can be risky? If you drink at more than moderate levels, you may be putting yourself at risk for serious problems with your health as well as problems with family, friends, and coworkers. So don't even try to give wine to children when adults can get risky too.

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    Red wine has well known health benefits. However, drinking any alcoholic beverage in excess can lead to alcoholism and the serious health problems associated with it, so limit your red wine consumption to no more than 24 ounces per day. Use FitDay to keep track of the calories you're eating and make sure that you get adequate nutrition on the road to weight loss as you enjoy the following benefits of an occasional glass of wine.

    1) Red Wine is Good for Your Heart

    Red wine contains resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant compound. Resveratrol also protects your heart and arteries against the effects of saturated fat in your diet, so drinking one or two glasses of red wine a day can help protect your heart and prevent cardiovascular disease.

    The flavonoids and sapponins in red wine also help to protect your heart against cardiovascular disease. The alcohol in red wine, when consumed in moderation, raises your levels of "good" HDL cholesterol, helps prevent the formation of blood clots and can help to protect your arteries from the damage caused by "bad" LDL cholesterol.

    2) Red Wine Contains Antioxidants

    In addition to resveratrol, red wine contains a number of other antioxidants, which can slow the signs of aging and prevent a number of degenerative illnesses like type 2 diabetes. Drinking one or two glasses of red wine each day can help protect you from many of the diseases of the elderly, such as osteoporosis.

    3) Red Wine Prevents Cancer

    Mounting evidence suggests that drinking red wine in moderation can help prevent cancer. The many antioxidants in red wine can help prevent the oxidative damage responsible for the process of aging and for many degenerative conditions like Alzheimer's, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Guercetin, one of the many antioxidants in red wine, may help prevent lung cancer. Research has shown that resveratrol, the same red wine antioxidant that helps protect your heart, can also kill cancerous cells.

    Scientists have found that resveratrol, when used in conjunction with radiation therapy, can penetrate cancerous cells and induce apoptosis. Apoptosis is a type of cell death that occurs when the cell dies, dissolves and is removed by the white cells of your immune system. Cancer researchers have been looking for a way to induce apoptosis in cancerous cells, because it's the safest way to remove unwanted cells from the body.

    Resveratrol also inhibits cancerous cells' ability to remove irradiated particles, making radiation therapy more effective against cancer. Resveratrol also attacks cancerous cells and inhibits their ability to function.

    4) Red Wine Prevents Tooth Decay

    Red wine, even non alcoholic red wine, hardens your enamel to prevent tooth decay. Hardened enamel is more resistant to Streptococcus mutans, the bacteria which lives on your teeth and is responsible for tooth decay. The polyphenols in red wine can also prevent gum disease, and even help to treat it by reducing inflammation in the gums.

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    Re: hi frnds

    Quote Originally Posted by cool123gal View Post
    hello friends
    i have a doubt that when i went to a dutypaid shop the owner told that if you give 10ml of non-alcoholic redwine daily to 4yr kid it is very good for the kid's health.is it really true am in a lot of confusion plz help me with your suggestions.thanx in advance
    Red wine has lots of health benfits but its for adults.
    It has an average of 12 to 15% alcohol and its not for kids. Red wine is for adults.

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