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Arı 12 Vitamins 6 Minerals Milk Rice Flour 500 g

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Product Description


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01/01/2019
MEHMET TEVFİK KARASU  1 yıl erkek bebeği var

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Product Details

  • Bee baby food with 12 vitamins and 6 minerals
  • Milky rice flour
  • It contains calcium, iron, phosphorus, zinc and magnesium.
  • It contains vitamins A, D, E, C, B1, B2, B6, B12 and folic acid.
  • It is prepared by cooking with water.
  • There are 2 baby foods in the box. 1 package is 250 grams. 2 packs are 500 grams.
  • It can be used from the 4th month.
  • It has a suitable content for starting to supplement.
  • Since rice is easy to digest and tastes close to breast milk, it is the preferred food for baby nutrition.
  • Milk contains protein components.
  • With its rich vitamin and mineral support, it is the flavor your baby is used to.
  • Consume the unpacked product within 15 days.
  • Keep it cool and dry.
  • Close the bag well after each use.
  • Does not contain coloring and preservative lard and additives.
  • It has halal certificate.
  • Production place: Turkey
  • Contents:
    Rice flour (34%), Ground sugar, Lactose (Dairy product), Skimmed milk powder (10%), Whey protein (Milk protein), Vegetable oil (palm oil, canola oil, sunflower oil), Casein (Milk protein), Minerals (Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, Iodine), Vanillin, Vitamins (C, Niacin, E, Pantothenic acid, B1, B2, B6, A, Folic acid, Biotin, D, B12), Lactoferrin.

    Preparation of:
    50 g. (2,5 heaped tablespoons) Bee Vitaminli 250 ml. (3 tea glasses) into the water by mixing. Do not add sugar as it is already sweetened. Stir in medium heat until it boils. Mix and cook for 1-2 minutes. Pour into bowl. Let it cool down before serving.

    Importance of Vitamins; The biggest concern of mothers; healthy growth of your child. They are constantly worried about how much of which vitamin he will take, whether he is getting enough or not. So how do you make sure your child is getting enough vitamins and minerals? Vitamins and minerals are two essential sources for health. Vitamins and minerals work together in the body to fulfill their duties. Each vitamin has a unique property and affects a particular organ or group of organs. Vitamins control this while the body uses minerals. If the mineral content is low, the vitamins cannot do their job. Our body can use minerals limited in vitamin deficiency. In mineral deficiency, the benefit of vitamins decreases. Therefore, a balance must be established between vitamins and minerals.
    Vitamin A is one of the fat-soluble vitamins. It helps the body's immune system to form against diseases and increases the body's resistance in respiratory infections. It is beneficial for the eyes.
    Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. Its most important action is to regulate and control calcium metabolism. It helps calcium to transport and settle in bones. In this vitamin deficiency, the body cannot take the calcium in the food itself.
    Vitamin E is a very important vitamin and dissolves in fat. It is sensitive to sun rays and alkaline environment. It protects the cell membrane, prevents vascular occlusion, helps the use of iron in preterm babies and prevents anemia. Major sources; germinated wheat, seed foods, soybean oil, royal jelly, walnuts. Secondary sources; lettuce, watercress, celery, parsley, spinach, cabbage, corn oil, corn, oats.
    Vitamin C, this water-soluble vitamin is destroyed by the effect of fire or pasteurization. It protects the human against bacteria and maintains the health of the vessels. It is necessary to take some of this vitamin every day. Vitamin C plays a major role in the distribution of calcium in the blood to the body. Its deficiency leads to cracking of the veins, easy fracture of the bones, pain in the joints, bleeding in the gums, frequent colds, vascular swelling, painful disc complaints in the back, breathlessness, physical weakness, rapid heartbeat, headache, fatigue and many other problems. .
    Vitamin B1 There are many types of B group vitamins. Water-soluble vitamin B1 significantly affects appetite; helps digest food and protect the body against infection. It is necessary for the normal functioning of the nerve tissues. How is this vitamin deficiency recognized? Fatigue, irritability, irritability, forgetfulness, muscle and calf pain, frequent heartbeat, leg swelling, inability to bear child voices, lack of appetite, and inability to sleep despite tiredness may indicate vitamin B1 deficiency.
    Vitamin B2, this water-soluble vitamin is easier for the body to store than vitamin B1. The body uses vitamins B1 and B2 at the same time to convert carbohydrate foods into energy. Burning and dryness of the eyes, cracking of the lips, burning under the feet, scaling in the ears and nose, tremors, dizziness, aggravation of movements, indigestion, hair loss, and tongue ulceration are symptoms of vitamin B2 deficiency. There is plenty of vitamin B2 in animal foods, milk and dairy products, wheat germ, green vegetables, carrots, artichokes, nuts, peanuts and plant foods such as lentils. Light easily destroys this vitamin. The need is high in childhood when growth is high.
    Vitamin B6 Vitamin B 6, which is a water-soluble vitamin, is not stored in the body. It plays a role in the conversion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats into energy. It takes part in the formation of red blood cells and white blood cells. It is necessary for a healthy nervous system. It takes part in the production of hormones. It strengthens the immune system. They take part in the production of hemoglobin. In its deficiency, it causes problems such as weakening of the immune system, anemia, and seizures in babies. Foods containing vitamin B6 include bananas, fish, eggs, chicken, milk, avocados, potatoes, oats, peas, carrots, cereals and nuts.
    Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin, but unlike other water-soluble foods, it is stored in the liver, kidneys and other body tissues. It contains cobalt mineral and hence it is also known as cobalamin. Cobalamin works with folic acid in the formation of red blood cells and thus prevents anemia. Vitamin B12 is essential for the production of red blood cells. If there is not enough B12 in the body, macrocytic anemia occurs. This vitamin is essential for healthy nervous system maintenance. Long-term deficiency, if left untreated, can cause irreversible neurological damage. In addition, the body needs this vitamin for nutrient absorption and proper digestion. It also helps to improve memory and concentration and provides a comfortable sleep among the benefits of vitamin B12.
    Nicotinamide (Niacin): Niacin is a water and alcohol soluble, acid, alkali, heat and light resistant vitamin. As one of the B group vitamins, they are involved in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. It is not found free in the human body. In the human body and intestines, tryptophan is converted into niacin and niacinamide via kynurenine and 3-hydroxyanthronulic acid. Niacin and niacinamide are converted into each other in the body. Correspondingly, it is quite common in human tissues and especially in plants. Like other B vitamins, it is abundant in grain pods. Pellagra Disease occurs when the diet is insufficient in niacin and tryptophan. Pellegra; It is characterized by skin, digestive or central nervous system symptoms. Symmetrical lesions occur on the sun-exposed parts of the skin. These lesions then turn black. Central nervous system symptoms include headache, insomnia, depression, dizziness, and difficulty remembering. In Pellegra disease; When nicotinic acid is given to the patient, rapid recovery occurs within 24 hours.
    Pentotanic Acid: Vitamin B5, also known as Pantothenic Acid, can be found in both animal and vegetable sources and has its origin from the word 'pantos' which means everywhere in Greek. It is a water-soluble vitamin that is not stored in the body and helps the gastrointestinal system to function normally; It is necessary for the production of cholesterol, vitamin D, red blood cells and antibodies. It supports normal growth and development. It helps to transform food into energy. It helps the synthesis of many body materials. It supports the function of the adrenal gland and is necessary for energy metabolism. It is also described as an antistress vitamin, as it plays a vital role in the formation of various adrenal hormones, steroids, and cortisone. Symptoms such as vomiting, spasm, abdominal pain, fatigue were detected in pantatonic acid deficiency. Beef, liver, fish, chicken, eggs, cheese, beans, whole grains, cereals, cauliflower, peas, avocados, potatoes, corn, dried fruits are also abundant.
    Biotin: Also known as vitamin H or vitamin B7, biotin is one of the B group vitamins. Like other B vitamins, it is involved in the conversion of carbohydrate protein and fat into energy. It enters the structure of many enzymes and ensures that nutrients are beneficial for the body. Biotin is required for cell growth. It plays a role in lymphocyte production. Deficiency causes problems such as anorexia, nausea and anemia. Milk, eggs, fish, brewer's yeast, potatoes, soy, walnuts, hazelnuts are among the foods containing biotin.
    Folic Acid: Unlike Vitamin B12, the body does not store large amounts of vitamin B9 (folic acid). Usually the body reserves are sufficient for a few months, and therefore it is very easy to deficiency if there is no permanent supply of folic acid for the body. Memory problems, irritability, depressive states, weakness, weight loss, and intolerance to physical work are symptoms that can occur in folic acid deficiency. Malnutrition and malabsorption are the main factors leading to folic acid deficiency.
    Folic Acid During Pregnancy: There is an increasing demand for this substance in pregnant women and it is critical for the healthy development of the fetus. Its deficiency can lead to neural tube defects such as spina bifida (split spine). Research shows that folic acid has a preventive effect on the disease called spina bifida, which causes damage to the baby's central nervous system development during pregnancy. Spina bifida is a type of a group of congenital anomalies called Neural Tube Defects. It usually affects the spine and in some cases the spinal cord. Folic acid deficiency can result in a lack of brain development and protrusion of brain tissue through the opening in the skull. In addition, deficiency of this vitamin may cause premature birth, low birth weight and premature separation of the placenta.
    Importance of Minerals; Minerals are inorganic substances that are necessary for the body to remain healthy and that our body cannot form on its own. The Role of Minerals is to work with vitamins to ensure the effective use of vitamins and other nutrients. Thus, they play a role in many vital functions such as healthy teeth and bone structure, regular and efficient functioning of the heart, muscle functions, reproductive health, cell protection and development, healthy circulation and nervous system, and maintaining the water balance in the body. For this reason, vitamins and minerals are of great importance in a healthy and balanced diet for the human body.
    Calcium: The importance of calcium for the human body is very high, especially due to its functions in terms of bone formation and dental health. Therefore, 99% of the calcium in the human body is found in bones and teeth. Calcium has important roles in muscle growth and muscle tension, energy production, blood clotting, nerve conduction and regular functioning of the heart. It also plays a major role in making milk after pregnancy and childbirth. It also reduces the risk of cancer and heart disease.
    Magnesium: Magnesium is also known as Anti-stress Mineral as it helps calm down by reducing the hypersensitivity of the nervous system. It plays a role in activating enzymes and converting blood sugar into energy. It is also necessary for more effective use of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, sodium, potassium, calcium and phosphorus. It also smoothes the skin, beautifies the hair and strengthens the nails. Magnesium, which is involved in many functions such as nervous system health and keeping body temperature in balance, is also necessary for bone and tooth development and health. It is also among the benefits of Magnesium to relieve asthma and allergic rhinitis.
    Iron: It is an essential mineral in terms of its importance and benefits for the human body. The use of B vitamins is necessary for the absorption of copper and calcium, the production of red blood cells that carry oxygen in the blood and various enzymes. Iron mineral helps to protect against diseases by strengthening the immune system. Iron, which increases body resistance, is effective against fatigue. Iron mineral also helps the body grow. For this reason, it is very important in terms of body and brain development, especially for developing children.
    Zinc: It is involved in many functions in the body. Protein synthesis is especially necessary for the immune system as well as growth and sexual development. It plays an important role in situations where the body needs to heal and renew itself and in mental functions. It prevents premature aging of the skin and muscles. Supports cell regeneration, beautifies the skin, strengthens nails and prevents hair loss. In zinc deficiency, the immune system weakens; Symptoms such as weakness, delayed healing of wounds, hair weakening and hair loss are observed. In addition, growth retardation, loss of appetite, learning and attention deficit can be seen.
    Iodine: Most of the Iodine Mineral is found in the Thyroid gland and regulates the functions of the Thyroid gland. Iodine plays an important role in the mental functions affected by the thyroid gland, normal growth and development, energy use and weight control, and the regular functioning of the brain and nervous system. In case of iodine deficiency in the body as a result of inadequate and unbalanced nutrition, important health problems occur. Iodine deficiency prevents the thyroid gland from fulfilling its functions and causes complaints such as mental retardation, developmental disorder and infertility, especially goiter.

General Features
Brand Arı
Stock code ARI-5011
Origin Turkey
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