4 Fruits You and Your Kids Will Love to Eats!

Wednesday, 29.08.2018

Parents out there, you know that this statement is oh-so-true: kids have very specific likes and dislikes. This is especially true when it comes to foods, particularly fruits and vegetables. 
Some kids seem to refuse to eat anything that could be considered “healthy”! The moment they become independent eaters, kids tend to become a lot fussier over food. Forcing kids to eat more fruits doesn’t really work, but it does help to set a good example by eating fruits yourself, so make sure to include as many fruits as possible in your family’s diet and enjoy them together!
1. Bananas
Bananas are first in line for yummily nutritious fruits! A favourite snack for athletes because they’re filled with carbohydrates that give energy to their bodies, and are extremely low in fat. Our kids aren’t athletes (unless they’re in a youth team!), but they do need quite a lot of energy every day! 
They’re also rich in vitamin B6, which is needed for healthy skin and a healthy nervous system, as well as helping to produce energy in the body. 
Aside from vitamin B6, they’re a great source of dietary fibre, vitamin C, and potassium – all of which will help keep your kids healthy and strong! 
2. Oranges
These orange coloured fruits have been praised for their vitamin C content. Just one orange contains enough vitamin C for two days! Oranges are also a rich source of fibre, some beta-carotene, and many other carotenoids. 
Besides, the natural sweetness comes from a good deal of glucose, fructose, as well as sucrose. In addition to this, the pith and peel of oranges are a good source of pectin which is a kind of soluble fibre and flavonoids, which may be good at preventing colds. 
Due to great benefits of oranges, you should encourage your kids to drink a cup of freshly squeezed orange juice or simply eat some pieces of oranges every day. Also, a combination of orange and carrot is a good juice for kids which helps to boost the immune system!
3. Raspberries
This vibrant, tiny red fruit is a powerhouse of innumerable health benefits – their nutrients, minerals, and vitamins can help lower the risk of cancer, obesity, and cardiovascular diseases!
Here are just some of their awesome effects:
  • Antioxidants that fight against the harmful effects of free radicals within our body by actually getting rid of free radicals
  • Helps maintain cardiovascular health through potassium, manganese, copper, and iron
  • Also keeps our tissues and blood vessels healthy with vitamin C, which helps repair skin tissues and aids in cell regeneration of the skin, bones, ligaments, and blood vessels
  • Boosts immunity levels through vitamin C, phenols, and anthocyanin
  • Maintains eye health with a combination of antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin A, and phenols – they help to ward off disease and safeguard the eye’s membranes.
4. Blueberries
It’s another member of the berry family – blueberries! The blue-hued cousins of raspberries are both slightly less nutritious and slightly more sweet than raspberries. However, there’s still much more nutrition in a single serving of blueberries than a lot of other fruits – and they taste better than raspberries for sure!
They’ve got all the above benefits of raspberries, but a much higher vitamin K content. Vitamin K helps bodies to build strong bones and maintain cardiovascular health.
If you’re looking for snacks that’re both yummy and healthy for everyone in the family, Loacker’s wafers are just what you need! 
Tips to Get Kids Eating More Fruits!
i. Keep fruits in sight
Display those colourful fruits on the dining or coffee table, and let your kids know that they can eat them if they want. During mealtimes, prepare a plate or bowl of fruits for them to take from.
ii. Mixing it up
They don’t have to just eat the fruits, y’know? Bring some variety to the table, make a smoothie or juice out of fresh fruits, ice, some yogurt, and maybe some sugar if it’s not sweet enough – kids will enjoy it much more!
iii. Dried fruits
Dried fruits are a good choice as a healthy addition to kids’ breakfasts or tea times, but be careful with giving them too much as dried fruits are usually much higher in sugar content!
iv. Eating together
Kids will usually want to eat what you’re eating, so use this to your advantage! Eat more fruits in front of them to entice them. You’ll get a healthier diet and become a great role model for your kids too!
Berrylicious Delights
For generations, Loacker has procured premium ingredients from pure, natural environments to produce its unique wafers. The iconic Italian wafer and cookie company has two amazing flavours that your kids can enjoy while they’re at home or at school as a treat! 
What’s more, those flavours are made from the healthy and nutritious essences of raspberries and blueberries, mixed with creamy yogurt, and ultimately combined with their traditional light, crispy wafers – blending together into a wonderful, bite-sized snack.
These two flavours are the Blueberry-Yogurt and Raspberry-Yogurt, and once you bite into them, you’ll instantly recognise the taste of fresh and fruity berries! The best thing is that you don’t have to worry about a lack of that delicious cream filling, as more than half of each wafer consists of that filling!
Loacker’s wafers all contain no hydrogenated fat and no added flavourings or preservatives as well, making it perfect for you and your kids. You can enjoy these treats in bite-sized Quadratini wafers, or as a classic wafer bar.


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