+Rather than use salt, a better way to flavor foods and give it zest, is to add fresh herbs & lemon juice.
1- Nuts are highly nutritious foods, packed with protein, vitamin E, and healthy fats, so make sure you serve them at home. Finely chopped & crushed nuts & nut butters are best for children under five.
2- Many yogurts contain beneficial bacteria known as live active cultures that help boost the levels of good bacteria in your child’s gut. Research shows that probiotic yogurts can help your child recover from a bout of gastroenteritis.
3- Bananas are rich in fiber, including a special type of fiber known as resistant starch that is important for bowel health. Green or firm bananas are higher in resistant starch than ripe bananas.
4- Spinach should be cooked with, or eaten in conjunction with, foods rich in vitamin C, like oranges and tomatoes . This helps the body to absorb the high amount of iron found in this leafy green.
5- Rather than use salt, a better way to flavor foods and give it zest, is to add fresh herbs & lemon juice.
6- Cauliflower & broccoli belong to brassica family & contain anti- cancer compounds know as the glucosinolates.
7- Herbs & spices (cinnamon, clove, oregano, peppermint & thyme) can boost your daily antioxidant levels.