Will the soft-hearted eggs be poisoned? How many do you eat every day? You must know these 6 questions about children eating eggs

time:2023-02-03 07:59:50source:monlittlebaby.com author:Cry
Will the soft-hearted eggs be poisoned? How many do you eat every day? You must know these 6 questions about children eating eggs

In the long road to parenting, there are always various "unexpected", and often things that subvert your "common sense". For example, eggs. "Eggs? Eat them if you want, is there any problem?" There is really a problem. Let’s take a look at two news first: a 4-year-old boy died after suffering from syncope after eating soft-hearted eggs for several days. Another 3-year-old boy was luckier and just had an allergy to eggs. But parents don't have to feel that the eggs in their hands are not fragrant. After all, meat, eggs, milk, meat, eggs, and eggs are still a heavy source of protein for children. Just pay attention to these problems. 1. Why does the soft-hearted egg poison the child to death? The main problem with soft-hearted eggs is that the heating temperature is not enough to kill the pathogenic microorganisms such as Salmonella and the avian influenza virus. For example, when it is less than 70 degrees Celsius, it takes 20-30 minutes to cook to kill Salmonella (is it still a soft egg?), and a high temperature of 100 degrees Celsius can kill Salmonella in a few seconds. This is one of them. There is also a hidden danger that if the eggshell is not cleaned and contaminated with salmonella before cooking, if you eat soft eggs during the season of the avian flu virus, the probability of contamination with the virus is also higher. [1] What happens when Salmonella enters the human body? It will make cells and tissues disordered, and it is easy to have diarrhea and damage the mucosa of the small intestine. [2] 2. How to add eggs to complementary foods? "Eggs are good, iron supplementation!" The old man strongly advocated that eggs should be the first food supplement. Is it feasible? Not feasible. Eggs contain iron, but the iron content is not rich, only 1.6 mg/100g, which is 1/2 of pork lean meat; iron is mainly in the yolk, and the yolk is 1/3 of the whole egg; that’s all. Ordering iron is also affected by yolk protein, and the absorption rate is only 3%... It really makes up for the loneliness, and the first bite of complementary food should give way to high-iron rice noodles. [3] After eating rice noodles, how do you eat eggs? You can mix egg yolks with rice cereal to increase the utilization of protein. In view of the incomplete development of the baby's digestive system, the protein molecules in the egg white will enter the blood through the intestinal wall, which may easily cause allergic symptoms such as eczema, urticaria, asthmatic bronchitis, etc., wait until the child is 8 months old before eating it. [4] 3. How many eggs are suitable for babies to eat every day? "My child loves eggs very much. One is not enough a day. How many eggs are at most?" Although eggs are good, more is not better: 1. Children's demand for protein is less than adults, and their stomachs are just that big. Eating too much not only supports them, but also affects For other food intake, 1 a day is enough. 2. If the child is a picky eater, doesn't eat much of other animal foods, and likes to eat eggs, two eggs a day are fine, but not more. [5] 4. What is the healthiest way to eat eggs? 1. According to the best protein digestion ranking list. Hard-boiled eggs with shell (99.7% protein digestibility, almost all of which can be absorbed and utilized by the human body) > Fried poached and spread eggs (98% protein digestibility) > Scrambled eggs (97% protein digestibility) > Steamed Eggs (92.5% protein digestibility). 2, according to the vitamin preservation list. Hard-boiled eggs with shell (low heating temperature, full retention of nutrients) > steamed eggs (low heating temperature, less loss of water-soluble vitamins) > boiled poached eggs (low heating temperature, little loss of water-soluble vitamins) > fried poached eggs (heated High temperature, vitamin fat-soluble vitamins and water-soluble vitamins are lost) > spread eggs (heating temperature is high, all vitamins are lost) > scrambled eggs (heating temperature is high, vitamins are lost more). All in all, poached eggs win. [6] So the question is, how long does it take to cook a boiled egg? It is best to cook it for 5 minutes after the water is boiled in a pot of cold water - it not only preserves the nutrients completely, but also kills the bacteria, which is perfect. Boil an egg in boiling water for no longer than 10 minutes - iron sulfide is formed, which is difficult to digest, not to mention the loss of nutrients. [7] (If your child doesn’t like eggs, could it be because of overcooking?) 5. The child is allergic to eggs, so bid farewell to eggs? Say goodbye for the time being: 1. If the child is determined to be allergic to eggs, the first step is to not eat eggs and any egg-processed foods. If still breastfeeding, mothers should avoid eggs. 2. In view of the fact that 1 is difficult to completely avoid in daily life, and may also bring about malnutrition or other problems, parents still need to constantly pay attention to the child's growth curve to see if the symptoms improve after not eating eggs. Consult your local doctor. However, with age, most children's egg allergies will ease and they can try again. If I'm worried about my child's egg allergy, should I add it later? That doesn't have to be. Add it normally, at least it will not increase the incidence of egg allergy. [8] 6. Can these eggs be given to children? 1. Loose yolk eggs. If the yellowing is not serious and it smells nothing, it can still be eaten after boiling or frying; if it smells bad, throw it away. 2. Cracked eggs. When grandparents, grandparents and grandparents saved eggs and transported them to the city for children to eat, there were always so many cracked eggs. Eat or not? Eat it quickly, no problem, add a scrambled egg at night; don't eat it after a long time, it is easy to spoil. 3, moldy eggs. If the egg gets wet or rained, the water will wash off the protective film on the surface of the egg shell, bacteria will enter the egg, and you will find black spots on the boiled egg. Best not to eat it. [9] After reading this article, have you re-understood eggs? If you still do not understand, please leave a message for consultation. References: [1] Fan Zhihong. Bird flu epidemic, can you still eat eggs with confidence? Healthy Life, 2017(4): 46-46. [2] Xie Yunxiao, He Ruilin, Geng Fang, Wang Jinqiu. Egg Salmonella Source of infection and prevention and control measures. Journal of Chengdu University: Natural Science Edition, 2018, 37(4): 380-383. [3] Xue Qingxin. Misunderstandings about egg yolk. Hunan Agriculture, 2022(1): 54-54.[ 4] Zhang Min. Eggs are more important as complementary food. Family Health: Medical Science, 2016(10): 26-26. [5] Liu Sirong. Talk about these things about eggs. Jiangsu Health Care: Health Care Today, 2017(8) : 47-47. [6] How to eat the most nutritious eggs?!. Poultry Science, 2014(7): 59-59. [7] Do not boil eggs for more than 10 minutes. Knowledge on Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases, 2014(4): 76 -76. [8] Shao Jie. Egg allergy: avoidance or early addition?. Journal of Clinical Pediatrics, 2018, 36(9): 726-728. [9] Xiao Xiuzhi. How to identify whether eggs are edible. Shandong Food Science and Technology, 2003 , 5(5):23-23.
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