“Correct nutrition during teenage years builds the foundation for future health. It includes not only serving the right diet but also developing habits that prioritise self-health. If the kids don’t learn these nutritional habits now, they might have to pay its tax later in their lives.”
Eating a balanced diet is the key to leading a healthy and active lifestyle. During teenage, eating a healthy diet is even more essential. Correct nutrition for teens averts the risk of chronic health diseases in the later stage of life. It also develops in them a habit of eating nutritious foods and following a healthy lifestyle. Once these habits develop in teenagers, they never leave their lifestyle even when they grow old, ensuring a disease-free life.
There are also many other factors associated with teenagers, such as the development of tissues, hormonal changes and mood swings. A well-formulated nutritious diet ensures that teenagers achieve optimum growth and development, boost their immunity and enhance their physical and mental health.
Nutrition For Teens: Tips You Can’t Afford to Miss
Including all these foods in your kids’ diet might be challenging. Addlife suggests making interesting snacks from these foods, like chenna sandwiches, paneer-spinach wraps, chenna tikki, ragi dosa, ragi idli, etc. You should also add tempered curry patta and rai wherever you can.
Cook your food in an iron vessel to increase the intake of iron in your kids’ bodies.
Mix Amla powder with honey and serve this to your kids after lunch for their daily punch of vitamin C.
Make a Mukhwas with moti saunf, dhage-wali mishri and grated coconut and serve this mixture 2-3 times a day to improve your kids’ vision.
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