Do we really need to feed our kids animal products in order for them to be healthy? What if your kid does not fancy eating meat at all? Can a sweet treat like banana bread be good for our fast-growing off-springs?
What we know for sure is that refined oils and simple sugars will make them fat and sick. For that reason, we need to get rid of refined vegetable oils and turn to virgin variations, like olive oil or coconut oil. These are widely available and very healthy.
Here you will find the best banana bread recipes
When it comes to sugar, I think most of us already know how bad the refined sugar is and we have already started using healthier alternatives like pure honey or pure maple syrup.
We also know that kids have to consume enough calories to aid the fast-growing process. The key nutrients that are protein, essential amino acids, iron, calcium, and essential fatty acids.
But is the main source of protein really meat? Or are omega-3 fatty acids mostly found in fish? And what about calcium? Is it only found in dairy products?
Here is how to sneak the most nutritive ingredients into your kids diet by using their favorite sweet treat.
Protein Easy Banana Bread Recipes
Kids need essential amino acids, also known as building blocks of life. Dairy and eggs are known for they high protein content
1 egg=6g. protein
6 oz. container non-fat yogurt=17g. protein
1 cup whole milk=8g. protein
Note: Make sure the dairy you put in your quick-bread (milk, yogurt, sour cream, or kefir) is raw. The pasteurized milk goes through a process of pasteurization at high temperatures, which kills most of its nutrients. Raw dairy will provide your kids with enough calcium, as well as vitamin D, both very important for the bones and muscles. Note: Make sure your kids spend enough time outdoors in order to get enough vitamin D. Read more »