High Fiber Foods for Toddlers
By The News Voice
Fiber is extremely important for the stomachs from running and digestive systems running. Fiber rich food keeps the toddlers healthy and active.
As the saying goes, An apple a day keeps the doctor away is true. It is an fiber rich fruit. Apple and peanut butter – a combo your kid wouldn’t be able to resist.
Beans are a super-healthy food for kids to eat full of fiber. Lentils, white beans and kidney beans are all kid-friendly
Berries are good for the brain and the stomach. Give some for blueberries for lunch and throw in a mix of raspberries and strawberries, kids will love it
Avocados are also rich in heart-healthy fats. Most kids like the taste, but if yours is averse to avocado's texture or flavor, try blending it into a smoothie for a fiber boost.
Nuts, especially with their skin on, are great sources of fiber. Nuts like Almonds, Peanuts, Cashews, Walnuts, Pecans, Pistachios
Broccoli is a high fiber food and relatively high on protein as well one of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. Even though most kids don't like it try to get them to eat it
Oats are an incredible source of fiber and can be added into your child’s diet in lots of different ways such as in the morning oatmeal with fruits, gronola bars etc..
These were some high fiber foods for kids to eat—and love. Including these food into their meal will rally be helpful for their growing self to keep healthy