Principle Scientists of Pediatric Gastroenterology Dr. Thomas Ludwig said, one of the two children had at least one digestive disorders. Most often they have spit up or regurgitation.
"As many as 71.5 percent of children experience gumoh, 36 percent of bloating and constipation by 15 percent. But a lot of mothers who do not understand this interference with the right," said Dr. Thomas in his presentation on the sidelines of Nutricia in Kuningan, South Jakarta, recently this.
Consequently, indigestion problems can interfere with child development. Supposedly this can be prevented with proper nutrition.
"Parents must be stressed that her son was in contact with indigestion. But this should be understood by those that can be prevented," he added.
Because a child should have a healthy stomach. They become more intelligent and always a happy mood.