We’ve gathered up a list of our top five superfoods that even the kids will love.
The ultimate antioxidant superfood. Trying to get the kids to snack on something healthy is tricky but blueberries are a sweet but nutritious snack that they’ll happily munch on between meals. They are high in vitamin C, potassium and they boost your heart health.
Eggs contain a whopping nine essential amino acids making them the ultimate source of protein and one of the top superfoods. They are the only food that contains a natural source of vitamin D and they boost brain function too. There are a variety of ways to cook eggs so even the fussiest of eaters will love this superfood, whether you fry, scramble or boil them.
You read that right, chocolate is in fact a superfood, but unfortunately we aren’t talking about the flake you get in a 99. Dark chocolate contains antioxidants and flavonols and it even helps lower blood pressure. Of course, keeping everything in moderation is important.
4: Sweet Potatoes
This tasty vegetable is one of our go-to superfoods and the kids just can’t get enough of it. Sweet potatoes are full of magnesium, beta-carotene, vitamin C, and antioxidants. What more could you ask for? Perfect for adding to a stew, curry or soup. Or even baked as chips.
Taking care of your child’s mental health is one of the most important things for a mum. There is one superfood that can help your child’s mental health and that is fish. Tuna and salmon are heavy in omega-3 fats that boost brain development and fights depression.