Can babies eat sweet potatoes？
Sweet potatoes contain a variety of nutrients that the body needs. Each 500 grams of sweet potato can produce 635 kcal of heat, containing 11.5 grams of protein, 14.5 grams of sugar, 1 gram of fat, 100 mg of phosphorus, 90 mg of calcium, 2 grams of iron, 0.5 mg of carotene, and vitamin B1, B2. C and niacin, linoleic acid, etc., often give your baby a sweet potato to provide a variety of nutrients for the baby to help the baby’s growth and development.
When the baby’s stool is dry, the parents can feed the sweet potato into a porridge to feed the baby. When feeding, the sweet potato is smashed. When the temperature is moderate, the baby is fed. After the baby eats, it helps to promote gastrointestinal motility and can be laxative soon. But be careful, if your baby has a diarrhea, you can’t eat it.
Sweet potato itself is sweet and rich in carbohydrates. It is a crude fiber food of roots and stems. It has a smoothing effect and can help your baby to digest. On the other hand, it can also supplement crude fiber, which has a great effect on health care. The baby should not eat fine pasta often. Parents can give the baby some sweet potatoes from time to time, which helps to maintain gastrointestinal health.
However, the amount of sweet potato eaten by the baby should not be more, because the sweet potato itself is not easy to digest, easy to flatulence, it is best to eat less often, and not too cold or too hot to eat. It can be made into sweet potato porridge or mashed into sweet potato mud for your baby to eat.