Dudele (acute) are extremely tasty and healthy summer fruits, to which parents should give more credit to their family's nutrition. All family members, including the baby, should enjoy the anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, antioxidant or immunostimulatory properties of the acute, which helps them stay fit during the hot season.
The benefits of doubts (acute) for health
Dudas are some of the fruits that contain some of the highest concentrations of vitamins and minerals for the body. They are also rich in fiber or essential antioxidants that protect the body from infections and keep it in shape:
- Vitamin A;
- Vitamins B;
- C vitamin;
- Vitamin E;
- Vitamin K.
Among the most important benefits that the acute have for health are:
- strengthening the immune system;
- accelerating metabolism and weight loss;
- protecting the brain and improving the ability to concentrate and store;
- combating premature aging of the skin;
- cancer prevention;
- pain relief;
- improvement of mood;
- improvement of digestion and prevention of gastrointestinal diseases;
- prevention of inflammatory diseases;
When do you put doubts in the child's diet?
Dudes can make their place in the diversified menu of the child around the age of 1 year. At this age, they can be served as snacks to the child, as they present an increased risk of drowning through food, due to their small size.
They can be served as finger foods only after the age of 3-4, when the child develops better the ability to chew and swallow. Until the child can eat them in a natural or fresh state, it is advisable to add them in the recipes of juices, smoothies or fruit purees.
As it grows, you can strain them into puddings or cakes. The acute ones are also suitable for the preparation of jams or sweets, depending on the family's preferences. The rule of the 4 days in the introduction of a new food should be applied in case of doubts, at the beginning of the diversification, to avoid the risk of allergies or intolerance.
Dudas are served to the child at the fruit tables, in the morning, half an hour before the milk tables or 2 hours away from them, to avoid indigestion. On the market, there are 3 types of dudes:
Black dudes are the most common in the territory of our country and are found in abundance on the farmers' peas, from the beginning of June until the end of August. When you buy them, it is important to consider their appearance.
The sharp ones must be fat and fleshy, not hit and have a strong blackish color. If they are partly black, it means that they were picked too early and that they are not ripe enough.
Are the dudes or the acute ones part of your family's menu in the summer season? Did you offer the baby dude when he was a baby? What delicious recipes do you prepare for your little one with dude? Tell us your suggestions and opinions in the comments section below!