The Importance Of Childhood (0-3 Years)

His primary need is to live a good contact with the person who takes care of him, a stable figure who is with him for a long time in order to know him, to understand him, to decipher his movements and his language, that non-verbal initially.

The baby cries, gets upset, the mother takes him and understands the problem and solves it.

What happens in our midget … he feels good, he feels capable! My tools are good, I’m good – Mom understands me and satisfies me.

And it is precisely here that the first step of his safety, of his self-esteem, is formed.

His trust is created in those who revolve around him, mum, dad, grandparents and through them his trust in the world.

We are not talking here about any games, lights, ringtones, etc., his need and having a person who dedicates his time to him with serenity and love, who always has more or less the same dynamic attitude in various situations, who knows ” read “that is dedicated to him with love.

Looking the child in the eye with love, hugging him, caressing him are the permanent memories of his well-being.

From my personal experience I have noticed how important a natural weaning of at least six to 12 months is for a good immune system and harmonious growth.

I have noticed how much healthier these children are (no bronchitis, no colds, no otitis, no asthma).

The child is an infant and as such should also be treated from a nutritional point of view.

Often a Vegan or vegetarian weaning followed under the supervision of a nutritionist pediatrician, ensures that the child matures his intestine without suffering excessive overload …

It is understood that animal protein is always represented (or should) by breast milk.

Given the numerous studies, animal proteins of other kinds are not necessary for at least nine months.

The child, if well fed with freshly prepared, biodynamic live foods. It will have better health and overcome common viral infections much faster.

Bibliography

The american academy and pediatrics dietetics and nutrition of the USA

They recognize that a well-planned plant-based diet provides infants with all the nutrients they need for regular growth.