@jauhar123 | Posted 15 May. 2019
Eggs are rich supplements of vitamins, nutrients, and protein that are required for the growth of an individual. The protein content and nutrients in eggs help kids concentrate while studying or doing other activities.
How to Serve It: Make scrambled eggs with natural eggs and fold them into a whole-grain tortilla (also commonly known as Roti) for a filling as well as sumptuous breakfast or a late-afternoon snack.
***** is important for a brain to be healthy. A full-***** Greek yogurt that has more protein content than other yogurts help to keep brain cells in good form to be able to send and receive information
How To Serve It: Pack Greek yogurt for your kid’s lunch or snacks along with some tasty and colorful mix-ins such as cereal with at least 3 grams of fiber, and blueberries or other berries for a dose of nutrients called Polyphemus.
Green Leafy Vegetables
Leafy vegetables like spinach and kale are full of fol-ate and vitamins. They are linked to lower the odds of getting dementia at a later stage in life. Kale is a super-food which is packed with antioxidants and other nutrients that help and aid the growth of new brain cells.
How To Serve It: Not all kids get excited to the sight of vegetables and making them consume them is rather a difficult task.
Fish is an excellent source of vitamin D and omega-3s. These sources protect the brain from any decline in mental skills and also prevent memory loss. Few of the sources are salmon, sardines, and tuna are all rich in omega-3s.
How To Serve It: Grill the fish and serve it to your child with a sauce for dipping. Further, you can also add fish to tacos, or make tasty tuna sandwiches.