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25 Super Foods & Kid-Friendly Ways to Eat Them

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25 Healthy Foods & Kid-Friendly Ways to Eat Them
Eating healthy can be tough for adults, but for kids, it can seem nearly impossible. With their limited palates and penchant for pizza and fries, kids aren’t exactly salad lovers. But with a few clever recipes, you might be surprised at how simple healthy family eating can be. So head below for the 25 healthiest foods for 2013, and 25 clever, kid-friendly ways to eat them!

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25 of the Healthiest Foods Plus Easy, Kid-Friendly Recipes


Nourishing and easy to make, oatmeal has long been a breakfast favorite. In recent years, though, it’s also been widely hailed as part of a diet that can reduce cholesterol. A bowl of oatmeal contains 6 grams of soluble fiber which will help lower your overall and LDL cholesterol.

Try creamy steel-cut oats with fruit and nuts, or one of these 19 other ways to cook up some tasty oatmeal

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2 thoughts on “25 Super Foods & Kid-Friendly Ways to Eat Them

  1. Dawn says:

    There is a link at the bottom with 19 ways to enjoy kale, but the link takes me to a page about buckwheat porridge. I really want to look at the kale recipes!

  2. Patrick Owuor Ondondo says:

    Skim milk has every bit of nutrient removed from it so if you really want to give your tots milk please give them milk not some residue.

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