Eggs are a great food for kids. It contains good ingredients and quick preparation will help you get rid of problems when your child is hungry. Infant feeding guidelines recommend that you give solid foods to your baby at about 6 months of age. Sometimes parents are worried about giving their baby eggs for the first time, but it is best to give your baby a hard-boiled egg regularly before they are 12 months old.
Give your child small amounts of eggs, such as by mixing small amounts of boiled eggs into other foods (such as whole vegetables). It is best to lay eggs in the morning so you can easily see and do allergies or allergies.
Egg allergy symptoms usually appear minutes and hours after eating eggs or eggs. Egg allergy symptoms include:
• Skin rash
• Nasal congestion
• Vomiting or other digestive problems.
If you think your baby has an allergy to eggs, consult your doctor. The good news is that most babies grow out of an allergy to eggs.
In rare cases, such as allergies or egg allergies, can cause an anaphylactic reaction (a life-threatening condition). If you think your child is showing an anaphylactic reaction (difficulty breathing, anemia, swollen tongue). Seek medical help as soon as possible.