Studies show that the second wave of the corona causes more infections in children.
Types of spinach!
It is best to give spinach to growing children daily, or at least two days a week. It is high in iron, vitamins and mineral salts to improve health and prevent anemia.
Red umbrella chili
Red umbrella peppers are great for boosting your baby’s immune system. It is rich in beta carotene. It is good for the skin and eyes. Red umbrella peppers are rich in vitamin C. In fact, it contains more vitamin C than oranges. Adding that extra color to the red umbrella chili, the kids will eat well.
Be sure to include vegetables on your children’s plate. Mainly, dark colored vegetables like beetroot, eggplant, carrots, turmeric and green chillies, turmeric. Beans, cabbage and mushrooms are very good. Make soup of these vegetables and give them to drink in the morning or evening to increase the ‘Resistance Power’. Mutton and lentil soup is a good choice for non-vegetarian children.
Garlic is resistant to harmful viruses and bacteria; It contains Allicin, which helps prevent infections and infections. It also helps prevent the production of blood cells by keeping the flu and colds at bay. Make sure you have 2/4 toothpick in your daily diet.
Berries make up the essential antioxidant intake for your baby. They control the extent of cell damage. Kids will love it because of the taste.
Legumes produce the most important vitamins and minerals that are beneficial for your baby’s health. Therefore, it is essential to include foods like beans, chickpeas and lentils when planning their meal.
The anti-bacteria in yoghurt prevents harmful bacteria from coming in, thus cleansing the intestines and helping to keep the body healthy without getting stomach infections. Children who do not like yogurt can drink a tumbler of whey.
We usually buy fruits like apples, bananas, mangoes, guavas and pomegranates. Also, children should be given more fruits that contain vitamin C. Sour fruits like papaya and gooseberry, nutmeg, kamala and orange are high in vitamin C which boosts the body’s immune system and prevents infections caused by bacteria and viruses.
Nuts such as almonds, pistachios, walnuts and dried fruits such as raisins and pears can be given to children regularly so that the immune system develops steadily. These are high in protein, minerals and vitamins. All of these can be fried in ghee, made into balls or mixed with milk and fed to children.
Frequently added to children’s diet, fish. Fish is high in protein and contains a type of acid called ‘omega 3’. It helps to prevent any disease in the body and helps in brain development by avoiding visual impairment. So, give fish to children at least once a week
The most important food to give to growing children is eggs. It is high in protein which helps the body organs to grow and the tissues to regenerate. Boiled eggs are high in vitamin D, which helps strengthen bones and teeth.