Add superfoods to your kids diet
Parents, you know how hard it is to get your kids to eat their vegetables. But did you know that if you get them to eat those same vegetables in smoothie form, it's much easier?
The reason for this is simple: when you blend fruits and vegetables together into a smoothie, it breaks down the cell walls of the plants so that they're easier for your body to absorb. This means that you can give your kids all of the nutrients they need without having to worry about "forcing" them to take pills or swallow capsules.
Smoothies are also an excellent way to sneak in some extra vitamins and minerals—especially if you're lacking in Vitamin D and/or Vitamin C! Here are just two of our favourite ways to add these superfoods into your daily routine:
- 1 cup spinach (Vitamin K)
- 1 cup kale (Vitamin K)
- 1 cup pineapple (Vitamin C)
- 1 banana (Magnesium)
The best way of keeping your family healthy is by eating a balanced diet. A good diet is one that includes all the nutrients you need, including vitamins, minerals and essential fats. It's easy to get these nutrients from fruits and vegetables, legumes and grains, nuts and seeds.
But not everyone has the time or inclination to ensure their family is getting enough of these things. As parenting and wellness consultants, we love Nano Nutrients for the whole family; 100% plant-based nutritional supplements that provide your child with everything they need for healthy growth: Vitamin C & Zinc, Vitamin D and Curcumin!
Nano Nutrients offers parents peace of mind that their children are getting everything they need in one easy to take formula every day -- the liquid, drops, and mist formula also makes it easy to add to a smoothie. And it's easy on their digestive system too!
Please note that the foods and supplements listed above may boost your immune health, but they don't protect you specifically against COVID-19 or other illnesses.
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