Frequent consumption of off-season fruits with high levels of hormones and ripening agents can lead to premature puberty in girls and enlargement of the testicles and penis in boys who are in the growth and development stage.
The manifestations of precocious puberty vary among young girls
Manifestations of precocious puberty in adolescents
The main manifestations of adolescent precocious puberty are enlargement of the testes and penis, appearance of pubic hair, appearance of beard, erection of the penis, and ejaculation. After the appearance of testes and penises, parents discovered that these children had faster heads than their peers, and girls also had the same situation.
The manifestation of precocious puberty in girls
Girls are mainly manifested in breast development, with tactile sensation. In addition, they may experience chest pain when talking to their mother. Additionally, they may experience external genital development, increased vaginal secretions, increased pubic hair, onset of menstruation, and appearance of axillary hair. At the beginning of menstruation, there is irregular vaginal bleeding and no ovulation, which gradually develops into periodic menstruation.
Food that causes precocious puberty in children
Major supplementary foods that can be used as medicine include cordyceps sinensis, ginseng, dried longan, dried lychee, astragalus, and ginseng. Traditional Chinese medicine points out that the more tonic Tonic Diet is, the easier it is to change children's normal endocrine environment, and the more unbalanced their physical and mental development will be.
Especially for poultry necks, most of the poultry sold on the market are raised with feed mixed with rapid growth agents. The residual mature agents in poultry meat are mainly concentrated in the glands of the neck, making eating chicken, duck, and goose necks a high-risk behavior for early maturity.
Out of season vegetables and fruits
Strawberries, grapes, watermelons, tomatoes, and other fruits in winter, as well as pears, apples, oranges, and peaches that come on the market early in late spring, are almost all out of season or mature early with the help of "ripening promoters". It is important to avoid giving them to young children.
Especially for fried chicken, French fries, and potato chips, excessive calories can turn into excess fat in children's bodies, causing endocrine disorders and premature puberty. Moreover, after repeated heating and use of edible oil, high-temperature oxidative denaturation is also one of the reasons for premature puberty. Children who visit foreign fast food more than twice a week and frequently eat fried and puffed foods are 2.5 times more likely to have precocious puberty than regular children.
Some children's oral fluids
Many supplements and oral liquids advertised as "tall and strong" for the children's market contain hormonal components. These hormones make children grow older than their peers at the age of 5 or 6, reaching a bone age of 8 or 10. The child enters a normal developmental stage, but instead does not grow.