The "blacklist" of foods that cause precocious puberty has been updated again? These rumours, Mommy should be clear

time:2023-02-03 14:36:24source:monlittlebaby.com author:Emergency treatment
The "blacklist" of foods that cause precocious puberty has been updated again? These rumours, Mommy should be clear

"Baby precocious puberty" started many years ago, and it is an event that every family with children is very concerned about. Therefore, from a very young age, parents began to keep them away from all foods that may lead to precocious puberty. Yes, almost all parents have a "premature food blacklist", and this blacklist is updated almost every year. But having said that, the blacklist is being updated, so should everyone's knowledge base be updated, right? Today, let's take a look at whether these so-called "precocious food blacklists" are reliable! Out-of-season fruits are said to be "blacklist of precocious foods", then out-of-season fruits must be able to sit firmly in the top 1 position on the list, why? Because in everyone's consciousness, out-of-season fruits are ripening, and babies who eat such fruits will also be "ripened"! But in fact, the growth hormone used in melons and fruits is a plant growth regulator, it can only ripen plants, and cannot "ripen" babies! If out-of-season fruit could talk, it would probably also complain! A few years ago, there was a news about soy products that a man drinking soy milk every day caused his breasts to become larger, so many parents would worry that drinking soy milk for their baby would lead to precocious puberty. When I read this news now, I find it a bit ridiculous. If drinking soy milk has this effect, then there will probably be no girls with flat chests in this world. There is indeed an estrogen-like hormone called "soy isoflavone" in soy products, but its effect on the human body's estrogen is 108,000 miles away. What's more, the content of this kind of estrogen in soy products is very limited. I don't know where the quail eggs came from, saying that quail eggs have higher nutritional value and higher hormone content, which makes many parents worry, for fear that the quail eggs they ate to supplement the nutrition for the baby will cause the baby to suffer. precocious. In fact, in theory, the hormone levels of various eggs are basically the same, and under the same weight, the nutritional value of quail eggs and eggs is not very different, but they contain certain vitamins and minerals. Not exactly the same. Many parents of bovine colostrum have always been brooding about bovine colostrum, because it is said that it can also cause precocious puberty in babies. But this is not the case. The hormone content in colostrum is basically the same as the hormone content in ordinary milk. And according to research, breast milk, especially colostrum, has higher levels of the same hormones than cow milk and bovine colostrum. In other words, if bovine colostrum has a "ripening" effect, the "ripening" effect of breast milk is even stronger. In fact, compared with precocious puberty, parents should pay more attention to the health hazards caused by excessive intake of sugar and carbohydrates in babies in today's life. After all, obesity caused by excess nutrition is more likely to cause precocious puberty.
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