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Foods to give your child for brain development

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The time for you to transition your baby into solids is quite a tricky one and studies often show that if you do not get it right the first time chances are you will not be able to rectify it anytime soon.

Pediatricians will tell you that healthy eating habits are often established within early childhood. Babies are different and they are often fussy about what they put in their mouths. For some their taste buds might mature in the early development stage while for others it might take long.

When parents start their babies on solids for instance, they should allow the baby to sample a variety of healthy and nutritious foods and let patience be their guide. Mommy guilt often gets in the way of giving kids what is healthy to feeding them foods that are unhealthy.

Most kids are bessoted with sugary and processed treats and could quite happily eat them all day long. As parents we know that we need to provide our little ones with the best possible ingredients to assist in optimal growth and development. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

With the amount of added sugar in a number of ready-made foods such as condiments, cereals, cakes and fizzy drinks children are at the risk of developing tooth decay, weakened immune system and they also tend to have concentration issues at schools.

These foods are good for your child

Avocados View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Avocado is beneficial for brain health. it is also a nutrient dense fruit with fat, vitamins and minerals and the healthy fats contribute to brain development. Avocado reduces the risk of hypertension in babies.

Broccoli View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Babies are not a fan of this veggie but it forms an important part of their diet. It helps the babies neurons connect which makes it an excellent baby brain food.

Oatmeal View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Oat is rich in vitamin E, B Complex Vitamins and Zinc. It is also good when your child's stomach is not working properly because of its high fibre.

Strawberries (Berries) View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The high vitamin C in berries improves the memory in kids. There is not doubt that your child will love the sweetness and sourness flavour provided by berries. They are also rich in antioxidants.

Source: opera.com
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