3 Nutrient-Packed Juice Recipes for Kids
Kids can be fussy over food, which might be problematic at times, since it may deprive them of essential nutrients needed for their body. So as a parent, you have to ensure that they consume enough nutrients to stay healthy. The question is, how do you supply nutrients to their body? Well, one of the most efficient way could be through vegetable and fruit juices.
What are the nutrients which is important for your kid’s healthy body and mind?
Calcium is essential for the health of our teeth and bones. That’s why your kid needs sufficient amount of calcium in her diet to promote her dental health and keep her bones strong.
Iron has an important role in our body as it transports blood to our oxygen cells. It is essential for the proper functioning of our brain and muscles as well.
Fiber is good for our digestive system.
An essential nutrient for our body, 16 percent of our body weight is made up of protein. It is aids the growth and maintenance of your kids’ bodies.
Antioxidants help in preventing certain diseases. It empowers our immune system to fight against viral attacks, and also keep us safe from other harmful substances.
What are some of the yummy and nutrient-packed juices you can make for your kid?
1. Beat the Monster ( Apple, Beetroot and Carrot juice)
ABC juice is a rich source of antioxidants, dietary fibre, vitamin C, Iron, Magnesium and Vitamin A.
A little big of beetroot goes a long way!
x2 slices of beetroot
2. Glow In the Dark (Carrot and Orange juice)
Carrot and orange juice is a rich source of dietary fibre Vitamin A & C and antioxidants. It is helpful in strengthening your immunity and maintaining a healthy digestive system.
x1 Whole Orange
x1/4inch of Ginger (optional)
3. Green Hopper ( Kailan and Pineapple juice)
The green juice for kids is made from kailan and pineapple is an excellent source of several Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B6, K, C), fibre, calcium, iron, magnesium, protein and much more. It’s one of the ideal juices to contribute to the development of your kid.
x1-2 large slices of Pineapple
Fruits and vegetables are an important part of your kid’s diet to provide her essential nutrients to contribute to her growth and development. Include fruit and vegetable juices in her diet in the right quantity for a balanced diet with these interesting juice recipes.
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