Children are the age groups needing attentive care to develop a remarkable future. Fruit is inherently very good, but because the child’s biology differs from that of adults, only a few are really good for children. We would like to introduce some of the fruits that should be used for children this spring.
Among the group of nutritious fruits, watermelon is the group that is most worth eating for children. The reason is simple: Watermelons are extremely easy to eat, they have a sweet taste, very suitable for children. Every 100g of watermelon will contain 3g of all kinds of sugar. Plus, this is the runner-up in beta carotene, just behind mangoes. Beta carotene is a derivative of vitamin A, which is essential for children’s eyes. And yet, watermelon also contains a lot of copper, selenium, B vitamins that are suitable for promoting digestion.
Ripe papaya is also a popular fruit on the altar during Tet due to the meaning of its name. In terms of life, papaya is a simple fruit. But in terms of nutritional value, papaya is in the nutrient-rich group, the third beta-carotene-rich fruit, after mango and watermelon. Every 100g ripe papaya contains about 276mcg beta carotene, providing 35% of the baby’s needs during the day. All vitamin A needs will be completed by a ripe papaya.
In addition, ripe papaya also has a fair amount of calcium, with the ability to provide 4% of the daily calcium requirement for children. Ripe papaya also contains enzymes for the digestive system papain. Therefore, if your baby actively eats ripe papaya, his digestive system will function smoothly. You will reduce the burden of anorexia, skipping meals or vomiting due to fear of eating.
Sapodilla is a popular fruit displayed in the northern five-fruit tray. Although compared with imported fruits, sapodilla loses in appearance; but in essence, it triumphs over nutrition.
Why so? Sapodilla is the second largest type of iron-rich fruit, after ripe papaya. Eating 100g of sapodilla, equivalent to 2 fruits, is enough to provide 29% of the child’s need for iron in a day. With this iron content, sapodilla is ranked in the group of iron-rich fruits. Along with beta carotene, sapodilla contributes to the enrichment of vitamin A precursors for children. In addition, sapodilla is a fruit rich in calcium. If you eat 100g of sapodilla, your baby will get 52mg of calcium, corresponding to 5% of the need in 1 day. With a fruit food, such calcium is very impressive to make your baby grow taller.
Breast milk is a fruit that children should strongly eat. Through analysis, it is found that breast milk is extremely rich in calcium, which is the richest calcium fruit in the edible fruit in us. In 100g breast milk provides about 68mg calcium. This amount of calcium is enough for 6.8% of the baby’s needs.
Na contains a lot of protein, so na is on the list of fruits to eat with children, especially 3-year-olds. In 100g there are about 2.1g of protein. This protein is easily absorbed protein, they are capable of meeting 5.7% of the daily protein needs of the baby. This protein, along with protein in milk and meat, will help your baby to be strong and healthy. In addition, na is also high in omega-6 fatty acids. 100 grams of na contains 40mg of these fatty acids. This generation of fatty acids is mainly involved in brain and nerve structures. Therefore, na will be the fruit that deserves to be included in the list of foods to help children be smart.
Mangoes are the richest fruit in beta carotene, also known as plant vitamin A. 100g of mango contains 445mcg beta carotene. Just feeding about 1/2 mango meets 30% of the baby’s daily beta carotene needs. Mango is the fruit that contains most of the amino acids needed by the immune system. Out of 20 amino acids that exist in nature, mangoes contain 19 types with quite high content. If you actively eat mangoes, your baby will absorb many of these amino acids. Therefore, the baby’s immune system will be stronger and the digestive system is healthier. In mango also contains a lot of choline. Eating enough foods containing choline will make your baby’s brain more active. 100g of mango contains 7.6mg of choline. If your baby loves eating 1/2 mango, he has obtained about 7mg of choline for the nervous system.