Protein is not always better

Some parents think that high protein is good nutrition, so give children a lot of high-protein foods. In fact, one-sided emphasis on high-protein, will affect the child's health.

Kidney complains:

Metabolites of protein South must be delivered by the kidneys. Eating too much protein can increase the burden on the kidneys.

The kidney is an important organ that maintains the body's water, electrolyte, and acid-base balance through urinary tract. The kidney is also an endocrine organ. For example, it secretes erythropoietin. If the kidney function loves damage, symptoms such as paleness, weakness, and anemia will appear.

The children are in a stage of growth and development, and their kidney function is also in a process of continuous improvement, which is delicate and easily damaged. If the children’s kidneys are overloaded, it will take a long time and it will inevitably be overwhelmed.

The brain is complaining:

Any cell needs energy to work, and brain cells are no exception. However, brain cells are very picky about energy. Nutrients for human energy include protein, fat and sugar. Brain cells can only use the sugar sugar, one of the three major energy-supplying nutrients, to decompose into glucose in the body, which oxidizes and generates energy.

The main source of food for humans to obtain sugar is cereals and potatoes, which is the staple food. If the child's diet, Duntunn is filled with milk, eggs, meat filled the stomach, the staple food only eat a few or not eat, brain cells may have an energy crisis.

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Good nutrition means that the diet is reasonable, balanced, and moderate. Although protein is important, it does not eat as much as possible.
Source: Health Network