Meat and Protein


Pork bones

Meat and Protein


Potassium, Riboflavin, Zinc, Vitamin B6, Thiamin, Phosphorus, Niacin, Protein, Sodium


Expectant mothers can eat pork bones. Pork bones are rich in collagen and fat, both of which can be easily absorbed by the body. They are anti-ageing and give your skin a youthful appearance. Moreover, pork bone soup contains nutrients that promote your baby's bone development. In addition, pork bones contain a lot of protein and vitamins that are also good for baby's neural and skin development.


Mothers in the postpartum period can eat pork bones. Pork bones contain cysteine, which can improve iron absorption and relieve anemia after childbirth.


Breastfeeding mothers can eat pork bones. Besides protein, fat, and vitamins for overall health, pork bones also contain a lot of calcium phosphate and collagen, which restores energy.


Your baby can eat pork bones at around 10 months of age. Nutrients in pork bones are easily digested and absorbed. They are rich in calcium and collagen that can improve your baby's bones, teeth, and skin.