The List Of Healthy Foods For Children’s Breakfast (part 1)

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The followings are ideal foods for children’s breakfast that could make them healthy and smart.

Breakfast is very important to human’s health, not only to adult, but also children. By the time children grow up, their body start being more dependent on foods than milk (it often happens when they are over 1 year old). At that time, breakfast becomes the best opportunity for moms to provide children with nutrients. Young children are often willing to eat at breakfast than any other time of the day as they have had a long sleep at night.

A breakfast for children has to provide enough nutrients and the balance of minerals, protein, fibers, vitamins…. You should help your children get used to having sensible breakfasts with the following foods.


Having oats helps children be intelligent and reduce the level of cholesterol in blood, improve immune system and avoid cancers.

It only takes 15 minutes to cook oatmeal. Another option is oats and milk. You should be careful not letting children who are under 1 year old have instant oats as the food contains lots of sugar.   


Yogurt contains protein and fat which are in milk but a part of them has been digested, which helps shorten the time for absorption. The lactose is fermented, so it’s easy to be absorbed now, also helps reduce an amount of sugar remained in the digestive system, which prevents diabetes and bring better calcium and mineral absorptions.

A cup of yogurt and fruits for breakfast will be a good deal that can help children be energetic. However, as the bacteria in yogurt are very strong, it tends to destroy the enamel, especially children’s. Moms should let children have water after they eat yogurt. 


Description: Banana has natural sweet taste which is fascinating to children.

Banana has natural sweet taste which is fascinating to children.

There’s nothing better than a banana for breakfast. With a rich source of potassium and fibers, banana is highly considered as a top fruit. Besides, banana is rich in vitamin C, B2 and B6 which provide children with complete energy for a day. To children who have digestive disorder, banana is also a golden remedy as it helps stabilize intestinal functions, remove harmful bacteria and keep the good ones. Eating banana in the morning help children stay full longer and avoid being hungry too soon after breakfast.

Banana is an affordable and popular fruit. Young children who start weaning often like eating banana as it’s sweet and soft. Unlike other fruits, banana is very safe and convenient. It doesn’t need cleaning or a knife to peel; you just have to use your hands to remove the peel and enjoy the food.


Egg contains lots of protein and vitamin D. It’s an ideal fruit for a new day with full energy. If in the past time, eggs were considered high-cholesterol foods which should be limited in eating, a recent research of the American Heart Association has announced that the cholesterol in egg hardly affects the level of cholesterol in blood.     

Description: Boiled egg yolk is a good breakfast for children.

Boiled egg yolk is a good breakfast for children.

Infants easily get infected with the egg white but are safe with the egg yolk which is also a good food for breakfast. You should boil the egg well, separate the white part, grind the egg yolk and blend it with porridge. However, moms should take notice that they should only cook or combine egg with foods that are familiar to children. By that, if there’s any negative reaction, you could easily define the causes.

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