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The First 1000 Days Program was established with the mediation of doctors, researchers, and nutritionists.

Medical and non-governmental organizations have been working to prevent Negro health problems. Today, there are three types of disease in Hungary that threaten the health of a significant part of the population: obesity, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Preventing all diseases has a definite significance to how we eat Our first 1000 days of life, however, the genetic responsibility for the health status of adulthood is less important than previously thought.
Medical and non-governmental organizations have signed a letter of intent today, launching a First 1000 days program, which is aimed at preventing the most important health problems in Hungary. In Hungary today, "The significance of genetics in the development of these diseases is significantly less than we had previously thought. István Takács, President of the Hungarian Primary Prevention Medical Association, which initiated the program.

The letter of intent was preceded by a roundtable discussion, in which the representatives of the participating medical profession presented their own problems in the field.

The first thousand days are the most important

Dr. István Takács said that the child has a life-changing development that goes beyond conception for the first 1000 days. This is when the number of fatty cells develops, which does not change much in adulthood. Therefore, the early years also determine the tendency to obsess. This period can permanently influence children with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, adulthood and can count on their lifetime. This is when the peak bone mass begins to develop, which affects the later on of osteoporosis, but it also develops the child's immune system. Dr. Csaba Nбdor - pediatrician, neonatologist - a Neonatolgyian Tanbcs his secretary called attention to the importance of nutrition during pregnancy. The condition of the fetus is influenced by the health of the mother and her dietary habits, so it is very important for her mother to pay attention to her nutrition during this period. Shorter a szoptatбs are considered to be the first number of dietary sources for infants, so maternal nutrition continues to play a decisive role. Breast milk contains the most vitamins and minerals a baby may need, and breastfeeding also plays an important role in building and strengthening the baby's immune system. "The first vaccine is not BCG, but breast milk! In Hungary, we follow the WHO recommendation, that is, we recommend that the child receive exclusively breast milk by the age of 6 months," said dr. Csaba Nбdor.

Even after one year of age should be monitored

Up to 7 months of age, it is necessary to start nutrition. According to pediatrician Dr. Balázs Kirбly, children under one year of age have a wealth of information for parents on proper nutrition. "However, after one year, the parents stay a little on their own and then begin to have problems - for example, treating the child as a" mini-adult "and feeding them with foods that the adults consume," says the expert. However, there are other nutritional and vitamin needs of children, as the child goes through an incredible development between the ages of one and three. The immune system For example, it develops most intensively between the ages of 1-3.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Veres Gorb, President of the Hungarian Children's Gastroenterology Society, highlighted the importance of epigenetics. "It is a well-known fact that health is defined in about 20 percent of our genes, and in 80 percent it is primarily the environment that feeds, nourishes, but also says. epigenetikбnak"According to one of the experts, epigenetics may be one of the main responsible causes for autism, hyperactivity syndrome, Crohn's disease, and the incidence of allergy symptoms has increased rapidly. "The epigenetic significance of Neapolitan significance is the fact that the gene sequence that is altered by the dietary action is related to the aftermath," the expert added.
Roundtable participants agreed that the situation was grave, but a wide-ranging social awareness campaign could help parents raise healthy adults from their children. "I am confident that the First 1000 Days program that we are launching will have a great impact on both the medical profession and the general public," said Dr. Takács István.