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As is well known, the milk is a food par excellence for the young at birth was their only source of livelihood and even after a few months began with supplementary feeding, the benefits of milk must accompany our children throughout their growth because it is a rich source of calcium necessary for growth and bone development.
So when our son says he will not drink milk, we are alarmed parents.One child from 1 to 3 years need 500mg of calcium (2 cups or ½ liter of milk), and a 4 to 8 years need 800 mg of calcium daily.If you do not want to drink milk, we think of dairy such as yogurt and cheese also contribute significant amounts of calcium.
Other foods do not provide enough calcium, for example, if we meet the calcium needs of a child with other foods, need to eat 7 cups of broccoli or 15 cups of spinach to get it.Always the best choice for calcium are milk and its derivatives.
When the child no longer wants to drink milk, or their derivatives in natural state, are a good choice of desserts.What kid does not like desserts?.But the downside is that after 2 years of age do not need as many calories with the desserts.
A good dessert recipe with milk found in candy Queca , a Peruvian dessert very mild flavor that being flavored with vanilla, your child will not notice you’re drinking milk.This particular recipe is very simple, natural, and not kilos will add others to their children or to you.