Baby Food Allergies – To Recognize And Avoid Them

Many parents of the baby’s risk of food allergy is one of the most worrying aspects of introducing new foods to your baby. But there are simple steps you can take to minimize potential problems, and the child’s introduction to solid food in a safe and happy.

Allergic reactions may occur if the baby’s immune system mistakenly treats a harmless substance is harmful one. Baby food allergy symptoms include diarrhea, eczema, nausea, constipation, watery or red eyes. Very rarely, severe allergic reaction known as shock may occur. This can cause the throat and tongue to swell dangerously, which is drowning. In this situation, professional medical attention immediately.

Baby food allergies are not to be confused with food intolerance. The infant and food intolerance would have difficulty in digesting a particular type of food, which can cause a lot of other things allergen. In both cases, the diagnosis should be a doctor.

To ensure that your child has food allergies, as they are, or to identify foods that your baby responds, it is important that you follow these simple guidelines –

1. Try to delay feeding your baby solid food until he is at least 6 months of age. His immune system is better developed in this section.

2. Only one new food at a time, and wait for a few days to see if a reaction occurs. It may then be easy to spot the “problem” of the food and removes the baby’s diet.

3. Avoid foods that are known to be more likely to cause allergic reactions. Examples of such foods include eggs (especially whites), shellfish, gluten and citrus fruits.

4. Decide whether the baby is a particularly high risk of developing allergies – for example, you do not suffer from allergies? This often leads to an increased risk of allergies in babies, although not necessarily the same allergen (ie, the substance responsible for the reaction).

5. Discuss any medical concerns.

While it is sensible to be cautious, it is important to note that the baby’s food allergies are only about 8% of the children. So try to keep things in perspective, introduce new foods one by one and stay alert possible reactions – these measures give you the confidence to safely introduce the delights of a little solid food.

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6th Apparel b> – You do not need expensive designer clothing to you baby. Do you think anyone really noticed that the baby is wearing Tommy Hilfiger? Babies look great in anything: do not waste your money! You can get the most used baby clothing stores or yard sales.

7th Games b> – these are big business, but do not feel pressure to get the latest and most expensive models. My kids are happy in everyday objects like toys: empty shampoo bottles (make sure they are cleaned and rinsed very well before handing them to the baby), plastic bowls, plastic containers for food products (margarine, sour cream, etc.) that were able to stack up, etc. Also, buy some game that helps the baby’s development, durable and age appropriate: a baby expense worth the money.

8th Wills b> – Get a will or update your old will. Name a guardian of the child and the child’s estate, the trustee (often but not always the same person). Without even the names of these individuals and the court divided the property under state law, which may not be the way I want. Please do not try to avoid this baby expense: your child’s future may depend on it. A simple will that includes a trust for minor children costs between $ 150 and $ 250. BOLA TANGKAS
Nara Street Food Guide w/ Extra Mochi

STREET FOOD! We’re back for more in one of Japan’s most traditional cities, Nara.
What was once Japan’s capitol is now a place loaded with delicious street food for humans and deer alike. So, what’s Nara got to offer? I hope you’re hungry!

★ YAKI IMO / Grilled Sweet Potato / 200 yen per 100g
★ YOMOGI MOCHI / green mowort mochi filled with azuki beans, slightly bitter, slightly sweet / 130 yen each
★ KAKI NO HA SUSHI / sushi wrapped in permission leaves 1000 to 15000 yen for 8 to 12
★ DORAYAKI / pancakes filled with azuki red bean paste / 600 yen for a large one
★ DEER RICE CRACKCERS / shika senbei that they love to eat / 150 yen per pack
★ SHIKA NO FUN (Deer Poop) / chocolate covered peanuts or soy beans / 350 yen per bag
★ SOFT SERVED ICE CREAM / 350 yen each

Probably the most famous street food is mochi prepared by Nakatanido, a hundred meters behind the Kintetsu Nara Station. The mochi making performace where Nakatani-san opens the shop window and pounds the mochi at lightning speed takes place a few times a day.
Stop by and ask about performance times because you don’t want to miss it. It’s served right after and it’s absolutely the best mochi in Kansai. I went at 11:30am.

Note that the deer are wild animals and although they’re mostly friendly, they will bite, charge and bump tourists. Please be careful especially with children.

Nara is an easy train ride from Osaka or Kyoto and worth a day trip or longer if you like hiking and trekking around nature to see temples and shrines. Perfect when the weather is clear.

URL:
Nakatanidou
http://www.nakatanidou.jp/ (Japanese only)
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/bWzzcxjiCYJ2

Kaki no ha sushi shop
http://www.hiraso.jp/product/classic.html

JAPAN STREET FOOD SERIES on ONLY in JAPAN
Hiroshima (Miyajima Island) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMHSdN1cc4o
Nara https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhZU2JxFkmo
Tokyo (Shibamata) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YU0s5WAFr0
Sapporo (Ramen) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MTKUjXUDpI
Kyoto (Nishiki Market) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDAqtVbRux4
Osaka (Dotonbori) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9To5UjWhUA

Big THANK YOU once again to Kevin Riley, Osaka resident and master of Kansai. http://kevinrileypublishing.com

This show has been created and produced by John Daub ジョン・ドーブ. He’s been living and working in Japan for over 19 years and regularly reports on a TV show for Japan’s International Channel.

BOLA TANGKAS