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10 Superfoods That Your Children Might Actually Eat
by Shelly Kramer
If you think your kids’ diet could use some improvement via superfoods, you’re not alone. Plenty of parents worry about how some of the common, go-to kid foods—like sugary cereal, frozen chicken nuggets, and fruit snacks—could be affecting the health of their kids. While these foods are okay in moderation, most of us know there are definite benefits of convincing kids to eat nutritious foods that actually deliver some benefit. As the parent of four, I am the first to admit that is often infinitely easier said than done. Add picky eaters into the mix, and it’s even harder. Cue the benefit of sneaking some “superfoods” into their meals. What, exactly, are superfoods? Superfoods aren’t their own food group, but rather foods that have extra large doses of vitamins and minerals that are thought to be helpful when it comes to building strong bodies, being disease-free, and living a good, healthy, long life. Some nutrients in some superfoods feature healthy fats, fiber, antioxidants, or phytochemicals. Any time you can get superfoods into kids’ diets, it’s probably a good thing. Here are some you can tempt them with.
- Whole Grains