5 Healthy Food Gadget Hacks and Snack ideas for Kids and Teens. For Healthy Life  2020

5 Healthy Food Gadget Hacks and Snack ideas for Kids and Teens. For Healthy Life 2020


for healthy life ! your child needs a lot
of energy to breathe fight off infections and leave the healthiest life
possible with cystic fibrosis CF take a moment to learn more about your child’s
unique dietary needs these smart snack ideas that can help you make sure
they’re eating a well-balanced nutritious diet get the facts on your
child’s nutritional needs your child also needs high quality protein and a
wide variety of fruits vegetables and whole grain products to thrive in
addition it’s important for them to drink enough water and other fluids
throughout the day to stay hydrated to help them meet their nutritional needs
encourage your child to eat healthy high-calorie snacks throughout the day
as well as multiple meals let’s take a look at some simple snack ideas
prepackaged snacks when your child is on the go they need snacks that they can
grab and carry consider stocking your shelves with prepackaged high-calorie
snacks such as packets of sunflower seeds roasted peanuts mixed nuts trail
mix protein bars cheese or peanut butter sandwich crackers while bags of chips
and other junk food are high in calories they’re usually low in vitamin minerals
and other healthful nutrients the snacks above offer a healthier alternative
smoothies smiley face there are many ingredients that you can add to
smoothies to increase the calorie and fat count in healthy ways start with a
base of whole milk or nut milk add a variety of fruits and vegetables for
color flavor and nutrients then considering adding one or more of the
following ingredients full fat yogurt nuts or nut butter chia seed
hemp seeds protein powder fat powder avocado your child can enjoy smoothies
alongside meals or as a standalone snack for convenience consider blending up a
big batch of smoothie to store in a pitcher in your fridge that will make it
easy for your kid to guzzle glass holes throughout the day high-calorie dips
many dips are rich sources of calories fat and other nutrients if your child is
a fan of finger food consider serving them whole grain tortilla chips crackers
or pita with one or more of the following high-calorie dips queso dip
guacamole Ranch Dressing roasted red pepper dip
cheese and artichoke dip hummus drizzled in olive oil tapenade pesto you can also
serve dips with vegetable sticks while vegetables are lower in calories than
tortilla chips and other grain based options they provide vitamins and
minerals that your child needs toast and sandwiches when your little one is
looking for something substantial to sink their teeth into toast and
sandwiches are easy options for example they can reach for toast with butter nut
butter or other calorie rich spreads toast with sliced avocado ground pepper
and a drizzle of hot sauce a bagel with smoked salmon and cream cheese a peanut
butter and jam sandwich a sandwich with cheese and deli meat a sandwich with egg
chicken or tuna salad a grilled cheese sandwich for more nutritious toast and
sandwiches use whole-grain bread products rather than refined white bread
buns or bagels raps burritos quesadillas and stuffed
pitas also make filling snacks nutritional supplements while they
shouldn’t be used to replace meals high-calorie nutritional supplements can
make a smart snack for your child you can also serve them as part of a larger
meal many types of nutritional supplements are available prepackaged
shakes such as ensure flavored powers and protein powders that you can mix
into beverages high-calorie juices that contain protein your child’s dietician
can help you decide which nutritional supplements are best for them sometimes
even with a great nutrition plan it can be a challenge for a person with CF to
eat enough to meet their dietary needs if you suspect that your child is
underweight or losing weight make an appointment with their care team in some
cases they might recommend tube feeding to supplement your child’s snacks and
meals however there may be other options to try your child’s doctor may prescribe
or adjust dosing of pancreatic enzyme supplements or recommend other changes
to a treatment plan your child’s dietician may also have ideas about
helpful dietary supplements kids with CF have unique nutritional needs and
benefit from a high-calorie healthy diet there are lots of food and snack options
that can make dietary planning easier stocking up on simple snacks and
ingredients that are rich in fats can help ensure your child is getting the
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  • esra çalışkan

    Great video 😍

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