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The child has frequent poisoning: we solve the problem by one or two

Cycle: toilet – basin – bed, and in a new way. What to do if the child is often poisoned? Children have insufficiently strong immunity, few useful intestinal bacteria, and digestion is not established. Therefore, food poisoning in children happens more often than in adults. If the problem arises all the time, this may be the reason.

What could a child poison
Any product can cause poisoning. 4 factors influencing this:

Expired. Ingredients spoiling: bacteria, microorganisms that leave traces of life develop. They are toxic.
Violation of storage conditions. The packaging indicates that the product should be stored at a temperature of 15 ° C, but less is shown on the thermometer or the product is not in the refrigerator, but in the middle of the room.
Violation of sanitary standards or cooking rules. For example, leaky packaging.
Pollution on fruits, vegetables, eggs.
“Caution, Danger”
The most common poisoning in a child is from the following products:

Canned food.
Although their shelf life is impressive, due to the high temperature during sterilization or preservatives, but cases of poisoning are not uncommon. Do not buy bloated cans. After opening, inspect the cover – it should not be green, blue or rust. After opening the canned food, put the contents immediately in a glass or ceramic dish. If the mass has a specific smell or a strange texture, then boldly throw it away.

Botulism or staphylococcus are due to negligence or inexperience of the hostess – poor heat treatment, non-compliance with conservation rules. Much depends on the quality of the products themselves. If they contain heavy metals, pesticides, they were abundantly fertilized, then poisoning will be very severe. Buy canned goods from trusted sellers and trusted brands. The lid should not be swollen. Naturally, the content of muddy sediment at the bottom.

The eggs.
Although we do not eat shells, we need to wash them. Even if we fry, even if cook – thoroughly wash.

Sweets with cream.
If during the preparation sanitary rules were violated, then it is infected with bacteria. Cream is a fastidious ingredient that deteriorates from high temperatures. It happens that in shops they put confectionery on shelves in the hall. Forgetting the storage conditions of cream desserts.

The mushroom season is not complete without poisoning. Nature surprise and harm. There are poisonous mushrooms that disguise themselves as harmless, like false mushrooms. Only an experienced mushroom picker can tell the difference. It is better to buy mushrooms in supermarkets. They have high requirements for suppliers of products.

Smoked products are less likely to cause poisoning. Cooked tender sausage, sausages, sausages have a short shelf life. What to check: expiration date and storage conditions in the store. The shell should be even and repeat the shape of the product. No bulges and drips. Feel free to smell the sausage. Of course, manufacturers add flavorings, spices that can interfere with unpleasant odors. But if the product is clearly spoiled, there is a chance that you will feel it.

Dairy products.
The cause of poisoning can be a sick cow, diseases in the employees of the manufacturing company. If poisoning from the milk occurs, contact company representatives to take measures. The spread of natural poisoning can be prevented.

Fruits and vegetables.
Often treated with chemicals that extend shelf life. They make the color of the fruit brighter, more attractive, increase size. At the same time, adversely affect the body, especially children. Fruits should not be watery, rot or have areas with a changed color. For example, green spots on potatoes.

Mom and dad in the store. The auditor will come to you
Check expiration date, storage conditions. Be careful not to confuse the date of manufacture and packaging. This trick is used by unscrupulous sellers.
Inspect for defects. For example, in a vacuum package, the minced meat should be almost transparent or rich red. If it is cloudy, then the tightness of the package is broken. Bacteria got inside.
How to prevent food poisoning in a child
These recommendations can help protect against adversity.

We take an example from a raccoon-raccoon. We observe the rules of hygiene. Washing food and hands before eating. Often food poisoning in a child happens because it forgets about hygiene. It is rather difficult for a walk, so wipe it with wet wipes before snacking. Take food to the street in a wrapper that you can eat without touching your hands: muesli bar, drinking yogurt, hematogen, canapes in a dish. This is another reason to instill healthy habits from childhood.
We make the children’s menu varied. A child should receive many elements from food that “charge” the intestinal microflora with beneficial bacteria. They will not save from bulimia, but they will help to assimilate different foods, to produce enzymes for its breakdown.

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