Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light from Corsicana, Texas on February 14, 1939 · Page 6
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THB CORSICANA SEMI-WEEKLY EIGHT, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1989. HEALTH, BEAUTY AND POISE HOW TO IMPROVE TOUB PERSONALITY By VERONICA DENOEL BABIK8—FAT AND BOSV Everybody loves a rosy, fat baby. And every baby should be rosy and fat! Prenatal care is responsible, In a large measure, for the health of the young baby; and the early care and feeding of a, baby determines whether or A nmv human being not It will be easily affected by children's disease. The expectant mother should realize that she not only must watch her diet for her own future health and beauty, but that the food she eats Is being utilized by Nature In the formation and growth of the embryo child. Her responsibility, therefore, is to her child as well as herself. Calcium Is a vitally important mineral in this Instance. The average adult needs ten grains of calcium a day, and a child about 20 grains a day; BO you see how much clclum foods must be taken by the expectant mother to supply her needs. Without a sufficient supply being constantly maintained, Nature, In her urgency to produce a perfect baby, will take the requirements from the Mother herself; and of course, If the Mother Is left deficient in calcium her teeth, nails, hair, bones and her health will be affected. Much has been Bald about this subject, and still women will continue • to overlook the principles of nutrition at this time, and •gain during the nursing period when it Is almost doubly necessary to supply sufficient callcum for the milk. This Is the period when the child Is growing even faster and needs every clement that can and should be provided by the mother. If the baby la bottle-fed, however, the mother need think only of keeping up her own health through correct eating; and then watching the baby's food Intake to make certain that all the building essentials are Included. Certified whole milk Is of course the best substitute for Mother's milk, and In the unusual case: where this does not agree, goat's milk can be used to splendid advantage. A quart of milk a day Is sufficient. The addition of orange juice and tomato juice may be made very early In the baby's diet; and Increased in quantity during the following weeks until the baby Is taking one glassful each day. Small amounts of spinach, and egg yolks can be added after the fourth month. I believe It Is wiser lo withhold the starchy foods until the end of the first year, although baked potato, washed dates and bananas can be used for the carbohydrate requirements. The Mother should use, In addition to these foods, Cottage Cheese, radishes, raw cabbage, coconut, lemon juice and endive, as well as other greens. 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