Because he/she is growing fast. All children need plenty of protein for growth and repair, carbs for energy (good carbs like wholemeal bread and pasta, and brown rice, NOT cake, cookies and candy)and fat for energy and to aid in the absorption of fat soluble vitamins A and D. Most children if offered a variety of food will naturally choose a healthy diet, though they may go through 'picky' phases. Use things like bananas, strawberries and carrots as rewards, rather than cookies and candy and you will be installing good habits that will last a lifetime. The brain need protein! Protein is good for muscles in our body and our digestive tracts.
There are plenty of nutrients in a vegetarian diet. Eat vegetarian foods rich in iron, protein, calcium and vitamin B12.
Some people believe that humans need to eat meat in order to get enough protein, but that isn't true. Legumes, grains, seeds, nuts, mushrooms, and vegetables have plenty of protein. Most people eat meat out of habit and because they have learned to like the taste.
Yes protein is essential for a human diet, you must eat protein daily.
Whey protein is a good protein supplement for a vegetarian. Vegetarians can also get plenty of protein from their diets if they eat foods such as beans, soy, and eggs.
yes, a toddler can eat tuna it just depends on how big the piece is.
They need the protein
A toddler should not be allowed to eat egg shells as the shells will scratch the throat.
They eat , drink, and they need to get plenty of rest.
Your muscles are building up, and the protein you eat becomes muscle.
It can be; eat sufficient protein, stay off the refined carbohydrates, eat plenty of fruits and veggies and eat nuts and seeds for essential fatty acids.
You don't need meat in your diet, and you won't get sick from not eating it, but there are some risks to not eating meat. What it provides for you is protein and a lot of people who don't eat meat don't get enough protein. If you plan to go vegetarian, make sure you get plenty of protein in your diet because you can get sick from lack of protein.
fat will never turn into muscle. If you want muscle, you need to lift heavy weights and eat plenty of protein. but you need some fat from your food for energy :>
You need to avoid any fatty and oily and sugary foods. Try to cut down your sodium intake. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Eat lean meats too for protein.
AnswerRaw peanuts have plenty of protein which can be good for you.So in otherwords....yes!!!!!!!! moo!!!!!!!!!!!!
In order to get protein you need to eat meat. Most people need 70 grams of protein to maintain a healthy balance.
Sea lions need plenty of space, and lot of fish to eat.
We need to eat to get protein vitamins etc and while our stomach digest it we will throw our non protein or vitamins etc and it will turn into poop
eat more grains it helps complete the protein
It would be good for people with blood type A to eat foods that are high in protein. They should also avoid red meat and eat plenty of fish and vegetables.
You don't actually have to eat meat to remain healthy, but you do need to eat some proteins. While meat is maybe the easiest source of protein, you can also get protein from fish. There is protein in some vegetables too, like certain beans and lentils. But it's more diluted and you need to pay more attention to your diet if you want to remain healthy on a vegetarian diet.
If you eat it, you will not have to look after it.
Because they're losing protein from the milk they produce.
That really depends on you as a person. It is recommended that you start with about 20% of your daily calories as protein and then adjust as you go from there. Sometimes people say that you need to eat up to 1 g per pound of your bodyweight. Again...only YOU can guage your body's response. So start by keeping a journal to see how much protein you DO get on a daily basis and then make adjustments if you feel that you need to. If you are a vegetarian or vegan, just eat plenty of plant based sources of protein (beans, lentils, tofu, eggs or fish if you eat that) and just see how your body feels.
Most people think vegans and vegetarians need to worry about protein. In reality, a healthy vegan/vegetarian who eats plenty of fruits, vegetables legumes (beans, peas, etc.), and whole grains, gets plenty of protein. What we do need to be concerned about is getting enough vitamin B12, iron, and omega 3. To make sure you're getting plenty of these, eat fortified foods (like cereals), take vitamins/supplements (like a decent multivitamin), and be sure to eat foods and oils (like olive oil, canola oil, and especially flaxseeds or flaxseed oil) that are high in essential fatty acids.