Raisins are a food with a fairly high nutritional content. However, feeding raisins to children is an issue that every parent cares about to ensure the baby’s health and safety.

firstThe benefits of raisins for children

Minerals like phosphorus, calcium and potassium in raisins help your baby stay healthy.

Raisin juice helps fight bacterial and viral infections when your child has a fever.

Raisins contain a large amount of fiber that supports constipation, which is very good for bowel movements (a series of contractions and contractions, spreading rhythmically and continuously in the digestive tract to push food from the top, making easier process of food absorption).

Raisins reduce the concentration and risk of acid toxicity (a state where acids from cells or from the periphery penetrate into the blood plasma, causing pH to tend to decrease due to excessive intake of acidic substances, acid stagnation, alkaline loss…).

The great uses of raisins for children

2Things to pay attention to

For babies (about 6-8 months old) should use 1-2 tablespoons of raisin juice and increase gradually each week. Parents can crush or chop and mix with other foods to enhance the taste when giving raisins to babies over 1 year old.

This food should not be given to children before bed because it can cause some dental diseases.

Things to pay attention to when feeding your baby raisins

3Some ways to process raisins

– Raisin juice: Soak ½ cup of raisins in hot water for about 15 minutes. Put the washed raisins in a cup and pour in boiling water 3 times the amount of grapes. Soak for 24 hours. Leach.

– Crushed raisins: Wash raisins to remove harmful impurities. Then, chop or puree. Can be used with other foods to make the baby more palatable.

Some safe ways to process raisins for babies

We cannot deny the great nutritional value of raisins for children. However, parents should only feed the baby at the right time and in the right way. Share with Bach Khoa GREEN other uses of raisins that you know in the comments below!

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