According to WHO, Iron deficiency in children under two years of age can have significant and irreversible effects on brain function and development. This can lead to negative consequences on learning and school performance later in life. Iron is an important dietary mineral that is essential for the growth and development of kids- both physical and mental growth. Read below to find how can you add Iron to meals easily and meet 100% daily intake for brain and growth.
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Iron and Brain Function:
The brain requires considerable amounts of Iron, particularly in periods of rapid growth, such as early childhood. Brain takes this amount of Iron mainly from the blood. Due to this, brain Iron status is directly affected by the foods children consume and the nutrition they get from the food. In fact, Iron deficiency, which is the most prevalent nutrient deficiency worldwide, has been proven to impact motor function, cognition, and social behaviour.
How doES DAILY NUTRITION VEGGIES and DAl powder help WITH IRON FOR BRAIN?
1 serving of DAILY Veggies and Dal powder will help to meet 100% Iron requirement of your child for the day. This powder also helps to provide Daily Nutrition for Brain, Bones, Weight & Height.
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Beetroot is one of the best ways to increase haemoglobin levels. Studies suggest that drinking 500ml of beetroot juice a day can reduce the risk of anaemia in kids. Beetroots are rich in B vitamins, iron, manganese, copper, magnesium, potassium and also contain betalains (a class of antioxidants), that helps in reducing free radicals and inflammation in the body. It helps in proper digestion, boosts immunity and also improves blood circulation.
It is one of the iron-rich foods for kids. Bitter gourd is a rich source of vitamins and minerals. It is also extremely rich in iron and other nutrients like magnesium, potassium and vitamins like A and C. Along with vItamin A and C, it is also high in calcium. Various antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds are present in bitter gourd.
3.Sprouted black chana:
Soaked black chana is one of the best sources of iron for vegetarians. It helps in improving haemoglobin levels. Sprouts are low in calories and rich in fibre, enzymes, protein and other micronutrients. Also, black Chana contains a wide range of phytochemicals including carbohydrates, amino acids, proteins, flavonoids, iron, phosphate, chloride etc.
4.Sprouted moth bean:
It has high nutritional content. Rich source of protein, carbohydrates, calcium, Iron, potassium, magnesium and B vitamins; it should be a part of your daily diet plan. However, Soaking and sprouting increases its nutritional value and makes it more digestible.
According to a study, black pepper helps in treating anaemia. It is also an outstanding source of vitamin K and manganese. Studies show that it is also rich in calcium, Iron, zinc, Copper, Chromium and dietary fiber. Apart from this, it contains many health-promoting components such as flavonoids, terpenes, tannins and alkaloids.
Tapioca is a delicious starch extract derived from the cassava plant. High in dietary fiber tapioca helps in digestion and constipation. Fiber bulks up the stool, which may help move it through the digestive tract, thereby eliminating constipation, bloating, and intestinal pain. It is also rich in protein, calcium iron and vitamin K, all of these support the overall growth of kids.
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