In order to ensure their full growth and development, children need nutrition. And what better way to provide nutrition than in the form of foods.
Certain foods like eggs, blueberries, mangoes, and yoghurt are not only tasty but they are filled with nutrients - magnesium, potassium, vitamin C, vitamin A, etc.
Including these and other nutritious foods in your child's diet will make a world of difference to their overall growth. This ClipBook looks at certain foods that are known for their nutrient content.
Do you want to protect your kid from various infections? If you said yes, then you need to include avocados in her diet. Avocado provides your kid vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, thiamin, and niacin. Vitamin A helps boost h...
Salmon’s nutritional content makes it one of the world’s healthiest foods. From promoting whole body wellness to brain and neurological repair, promoting heart health and better eyesight salmon is one of the most nutritious foods you can give your...
Eggs are one of the most nutritious foods that you can give to your child. It is packed with protein, they are an excellent source of lutein and Zeaxanthin, which are essential for healthy eyes; they contain Omega 3, and have minimal cholesterol.
Tofu is high in protein, low in calories, it helps in losing weight, it is high in iron, it has antioxidative properties, it is a good source of unsaturated fats and it can prevent cancer.
Sweet potatoes are a naturally sweet treat that delivers a lot of nutrition all year round. They promote eye health and also a great source of vitamin C, potassium, and fibre, with smaller amounts of vitamin B6, manganese, copper, and iron.
The health benefits of yoghurt for babies and children include ease of digestion, remedy from gastric troubles, boosting the immune system, remedy for diarrhoea and dysentery, good food during hepatitis and jaundice, can treat insomnia and a remed...
Blueberries are sweet in taste, loaded with nutrients and widely famous for their health benefits. Very low in calories, the berry is often labeled as a ‘superfood’ and recommended for kids by nutritionists all over the world.