WANT TO IMPROVE SLOW PROCESSING? Add More Antioxidants to Your Child’s Diet

By: Integrated Learning Strategies

Berries Berries are probably one of the easier foods to get them to eat. They tend to be sweet and are bite-sized and easy to pop in their mouths. To mix things up though, berries can be mixed in yogurt, smoothies or they can even be used in treats to sweeten things up without so much sugar.

Bright Colors Most of your brightly colored fruits and vegetables are packed with a bunch of antioxidants and the more vibrant the color of the fruit, the higher the content of not only antioxidants, but of all nutrients it packs.

Dark Leafy Greens Dark leafy greens are a little trickier than your brightly colored fruits and vegetables. Spinach, kale, broccoli and other vegetables like these are great sources of antioxidants, but let’s be honest, these have quite the reputation for eliciting wrinkled noses and frowns of disgust.

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