Healthy food is not only found in the staple food menu (breakfast, lunch or dinner) but you can complement it with snacks. Snacks at leisure or between breakfast and lunch or lunch to dinner. Well, you also have to be careful in choosing your little one’s snacks. Snacks are not always able to form bad habits as long as you choose the right menu. Snacks can also form a healthy diet.
The following are the benefits of snacks:
- Provides a break between meals so that they become a snack. With snacks, hunger remains to a minimum.
- Choose a healthy snack menu, avoid artificial sweeteners, food coloring, excess MSG and food preservatives. So that it keeps your little one healthy
- Snacks for children can be an alternative source of energy. So that the selection of the food menu will determine the health of your child. Give less sweets, chips, cakes and fritters.
Some snack menus can increase energy and are good for your child’s health. The following are snack choices that can help your little one because the food ingredients contain energy that supports your little one’s growth and development.
Here is a snack menu for your little one:
- Yanga snacks containing wheat. The content of wheat will provide energy to the body and brain of your little one. In addition, the content of manganese, magnesium, fiber, protein, carbohydrates, iron and vitamins B2, B1 and B3. The content of B vitamins found in wheat will help relieve fatigue, stabilize blood sugar, increase energy and improve mood. Choose some healthy processed wheat for your little one’s snack menu, including wheat biscuits, wheat roto sandwiches or wheat-based cakes.
- Snacks containing almonds provide energy to your little one. The content of magnesium, tryptophan, tembanga, manganese phosphorus and vitamin B2 is very good for child development. Magnesium is a mineral that can be an important part of energy production, maintaining the immune system, improving sleep patterns and reducing anxiety.
- Snacks containing almonds with the nutrients found in almonds are magnesium, manganese, copper, tryptophan, phosphorus, vitamin E and vitamin B2. In addition to increasing energy, it can also support the immune system, improve sleep patterns, reduce stress and increase mood.
- Yogurt-based snacks. The content contained in yogurt, namely protein, phosphorus, molybdenum, zinc and B vitamins will help provide energy to your little one. In addition, yogurt can improve mood and promote a good mood.
Snacks for your children can be made by yourself or buy packages available in supermarkets. The thing to remember is the selection of the right snacks and appropriate portions so that they will keep your diet in check.