All MP ASI
MP - ASI (Complementary Food for ASI) Food and drink given to infants and children as a COMPLEMENTARY of ASI, from 6-24 months of age Food Transition to solid food To meet nutritional needs that are no longer sufficient from ASI Attempts to introduce a variety of foods Develop abilities chewing and swallowing motor.
Breastfeeding Complementary Food (MP-ASI) is food or drink other than breast milk given to infants aged 6-24 months which has a variety of nutritional content (Ministry of Health RI, 2006).
Needs of Calories in Babies
Needs of Macronutrients in Babies
Provides energy for the body and brain (is growing rapidly) Improves digestive function, as food for good bacteria Prevents the use of protein Is an important component of the body such as mitochondria and cell membranes
Provides complete essential amino acids and its structure resembles the body's amino acids Builds cells and tissues of the body, related to optimizing the number of nerve cells in the brain Height meets the needs of vitamins A, B12, vitamin D, heme iron, omega 3, especially fish, and zinc
Building cells and tissues of the body, related to optimizing the number of brain nerve cells and height Obtaining phytochemicals Contains carbohydrates and fiber as food for intestinal microflora and provides energy for the body and brain
Vegetable and fruit
Provides a variety of vitamins (c, pro-vitamin A), minerals, fiber, for the body's chemical processes Obtains phytochemicals (act as an antioxidant) Contains carbohydrates and fiber as food for the intestinal microflora and provides energy for the body and brain
Provides energy for the body and brain Helps absorb fat-soluble vitamins Cell growth Maintains the integrity and development of cell walls including brain cells
RESULTS OF INADEQUATE MP-ASI GIVING Deficiency/lack of certain nutrients: which can inhibit the process of growth and development 1. Iron deficiency --> results in decreased immunity Fat deficiency --> brain growth is not optimal 1. 2. where most brain growth occurs in the first 5 years
The provision of MP-ASI must be adequate (the right amount and type) meaning that it meets the nutritional needs of the child and contains complete nutrients such as carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals to support the child's growth and development
The following are MP ASI sundries for your beloved baby that mothers can do at home. If you have complaints about child nutrition or want to consult about giving complementary foods, you should immediately do an examination at the hospital. You can make an appointment at Hermina Tangkubanprahu Hospital with a Nutrition Specialist or Pediatrician