The nutritionist explains the problem of giving artificial milk in order to make children fat

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Report by AMPONTOONS.COM reporter Aisyah Nursyamsi

AMPONTOONS.COM, JAKARTA– Parents definitely want to see their child grow up fit and healthy.

When you see that children have less weight, try to do various ways.

One of them is to give infant formula (sufor) so that the baby’s weight increases.

So how exactly from a health standpoint is giving infant formula to babies with the goal of making them fat?

Related to this, community nutritionist Dr. dr. Tan Shot Yen, M.Hum gave an explanation.

Previously, he explained that the existence of sulfur was created due to indications.

“Because that way we don’t talk about antifouling. For example, fortification was created, obviously there is an injection that in the medical world is referred to as an indication, so what are the indications?” she told Vodcast: Indonesia Planning Time (WIB) on BKKBN’s official YouTube channel on Friday (19/5/2023).

There are two indications of the presence of the supor, namely the mother or the child.

Indications from the mother, for example, because the mother is taking psychiatric drugs or antiepileptic drugs.

Or you happen to be receiving therapy for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

“Of course the milk will have traces of drugs that the mother has taken. That’s why breast milk cannot be given to newborns. Meanwhile, for indications for children, it could be for example a child suffering from a certain syndrome”, he explained Still. .

Read also: Explanation of the Ministry of Health on childhood diabetes cases: not triggered by the consumption of infant formula

Therefore, outside of the above indications, it is not recommended to give formula.

“In my opinion, this is one of the abuses that are too massive. For example, the child is not fat enough, the child is not playful, the weight has not reached the ideal weight,” he explained again.

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