Iron is responsible for the formation of red blood cells, improving blood circulation, boosting oxygen and stamina levels in your child.Here are some healthy dietary-musts to boost iron supply in your kid are
Anemia is a really common blood disorder regardless of age and sex. The best way to tackle anemia is by consuming food rich in iron vit B6, B12 and folate. Learn how your body can get all the required daily nutrients that your body needs in one shot! Share with someone who would love to learn about this!
Garlic Mushroom Quinoa. I read recently that shiitake mushrooms are one of the best things for us in so many ways we did not know. They do everything from cardiovascular support to supplying iron. One of the worlds healthiest foods and way more than the immunity boosters we thought they were, so add some shiitakes. The dried are a better source of iron.
Good Foods - Low -Glycemic & Bad Foods - High -Glycemic
Surprisingly, on this scale, complex carbohydrate foods such as Shredded Wheat and wholemeal bread have a high GI (approx. 70) and raise blood sugar nearly as fast or faster than a chocolate bar. By contrast most fruits and milk - which are rich in sugars - have a relatively low GI (less than 50). Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-113379/What-best-time-day-eat-carbs.html#ixzz2nzQy3GGj
Christmas Star Twisted Bread Recipe -This gorgeous sweet bread swirled with jam may look tricky, but it’s not. The best part is opening the oven to find this star-shaped beauty in all its glory. —Darlene Brenden, Salem, Oregon
Just how I like it...all in one view! Looks like these Top 20 should be at the top of your grocery list...no exceptions! (Only if you're allergic of course) If you don't like them, I suggest you learn to like them! xoxox