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What should kids consume when they are low in vitamins?

Often your child might suffer from vitamin deficiency and you don’t even realize it. A growing child needs a lot of vitamins and minerals in their diet to stay healthy and lead a better life. Today we will list a few items that are rich in vitamins and minerals and extremely crucial for your child’s growth.

  • Grains (Anaj)

Grains are rich in Vitamin B like niacin, thiamine and folate. It is also rich in minerals like magnesium, manganese, and phosphorus which are essential for growth.

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  • Broccoli

Brocolli is a fibrous raw vegetable and it is also packed with important vitamins like vitamin E and C. Along with broccoli, avocados, kidney beans are also high in protein and vitamin A. These food options are good for those who are vegan.

  • Eggs and Poultry Food

Apart from Grains, Poultry products are rich in Vitamin B12, which mainly comes from animal-based foods like fish, eggs, and meat. Those who are seafood lovers will never fall short of vitamin D levels and immunity in their bodies as fish is a rich source of vitamin D after sunlight. Children who are non-vegetarians must add fish to their diet.

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  • Green Leafy Vegetables (Palak)

Green leafy vegetables are rich in vitamin K. Vitamin K is important for blood clotting. This also contributes to making your gut healthy. Vitamin K is essential for children as it will improve their body’s blood clotting ability. Its deficiency at an early age can cause complications in future.

These are some of the food items you must include in your child’s diet. Most of them might sound boring and unattractive to children but you can always spice it up by making it tasty in form of a chatpata chaat or a roll!

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