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Can Salmon be Given to a Baby?

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Nadia Galinova
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Can Salmon be Given to a Baby?

An interesting fact is that the proteins we get from fish are absorbed by 99.99% of the body, while meat proteins only 88%.

From this it should be concluded that the fish is easier to digest by a child's body and does not burden the digestion. The fats contained in fish, as well as proteins, are digested quickly and easily, but it is recommended to give fish to a baby only after the meat has already been included in their menu.

It is also important to know that fish is an allergen, including salmon.

Salmon is not recommended for a child under the age of 3. Low-fat sea fish may be included in a 1-year-old baby's diet.

The benefits of salmon for children over 3 years old are:

1. Normalizes the metabolism;

2. Strengthens the immune system;

3. Improves mood and fights fatigue;

4. Purifies the body, removes toxins and other harmful substances;

5. Improves memory and stimulates the brain;

6. Strengthens bones and nails, teeth and gums, improves skin condition.

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