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a healthy heart a good start for your baby

a healthy heart a good start for your baby

It is never too early to keep your baby’s heart healthy, and there are numerous little things that you can do just that. Probably the most critical things you should do is fill your paediatrician in on any heart problem history the family may have. You know that smoking may be bad for you lungs and heart, so naturally you don’t smoke around your baby. However the toxins from smoking can get on your skin and clothing and be bad for baby. So though it may be very hard you need to stop smoking. It also important as your baby grow into a toddler that they get sufficient exercise. Toddlers need 20 – 60 minutes of exercise every day. You need the exercise too, so block some time aside for you and your little one to run and play. And the last thing you can do to help keep your baby's heart healthy is to feed him the proper proportions. A tot only requires 25% of an adult portion. So they would just need to half of an egg and slice of bread and only 1 ounce of meat. This will help to your baby stay fit for life.by: Joseph Nedrich

we also add this advice for a baby to have a healthy heart

ditch the junk food before it starts don't be tempted to feed your baby the fatty content foods like chips burgers sausages or GMF foods go organic when possible natural fruits vegetables its also cheaper in the longrun too.

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