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Top 5 healthy foods for kids

29 January 2014 Email This Post Email This Post Print This Post Print This Post


Eating healthy is the key to optimal development of children. In addition , accustoming him with a healthy lifestyle, the child will not be tempted to taste the ” forbidden fruit ” .
Here are the 5 best children food products containing all the vitamins and nutrients that they need.

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1. Eggs

Eggs are a good source of calcium and protein that will enhance  . The body needs protein in the growth , so the eggs are given in the diet of small children. Pediatricians recommend introducing eggs in children diets after the age of 1 year or even three years, knowing that the egg is a risk factor allergenic food . Other pediatricians recommend introducing eggs after the age of 8 months . Seek advice from your pediatrician before giving your child egg .

 2. Yogurt

Yogurt is a delicious source of calcium. Many children do not drink milk , so yogurt is a good choice .

3. Green vegetables

If the little one isn’t excited about the appearance of green vegetables , you can ” cheat ” him by hiding them . You can prepare sandwiches with broccoli or spinach, covering them with food baby loves. Green vegetables are rich in vitamins and essential nutrients for the growth , so each form of invention to place them in child nutrition is welcome.

 4. Mix cereals

We refer to wholemeal grains whit no sugar added. Cereals contain important nutrients for growth and development of children.

 5. Fruits

Regardless of fruit , two servings per day is an intake of vitamin C and iron , as well as other vitamins and nutrients necessary for growth and development.

Stay Healthy!

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