Top 10 Nutrients Your Child Need on a Daily Basis

You know that your child needs certain vitamins and minerals.

[wp_ad_camp_4]

Here I will explain the top 10 ones that your child need on a daily basis to get optimal health as a young growing toddler.

Zinc:

Is needed to assist with digestion and the metabolism. It is essential for growth.

Vitamin D:

This vitamin helps in absorbing calcium. It also builds strong teeth and bones. It’s essential for full growth potential and reach ultimate bone mass.

It also function as a hormone with roles in the immune health, regulation of cell growth and insulin production. Take our poll to see how other parents vote on how many fruits and vegetables their children take a day.

Source of Nutrients image
Source of Nutrients

Magnesium:

A diet rich in magnesium can prevent the following illnesses:

  • ADHD or ADD
  • some respiratory diseases such as asthma, where stress can be a trigger
  •  juvenile diabetes

It aids in maintaining muscle and nerve function.

Potassium:

Getting enough potassium can reduce kidney stones and osteoporosis in later years to come.

Potassium works with sodium to control the water balance in your body. Having the right amount of potassium can decrease cramps and maintain blood pressure.

Vitamin E:

This vitamin is very important for DNA repair and immunity.

It’s important for proper growth and helps children convert the food they eat into the energy their body’s need.

Calcium:

Promotes strong teeth and bones. Most children don’t get the recommended dosage of calcium and this can be quite serious if you suffer from a deficiency. Please make sure your toddler is getting the right amount of calcium each day.

Iron:

Iron is a nutrient that’s needed to make hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying component of red blood cells (RBCs).

Red blood cells move throughout the body to distribute oxygen to all its cells. Without enough iron, the body can’t make enough RBCs, and tissues and organs won’t get the oxygen they need. So it’s important for kids and teens to get enough iron in their daily diets.

A deficiency in iron can lead to anemia, with symptoms like fatigue, tiredness and weakness.

Vitamin A:

This is crucial for optimal vision and bone growth. It also help protect your body against infections.

It helps with the growth of healthy cells and tissue including hair, nails and glowing skin.

Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs):

Assist in building cells, normalize the nervous system, strengthen the cardiovascular system, build immunity, and help the body take in nutrients. Needed for healthy brain function and vision.

Vitamin C:

Helps form and repair red blood cells, bones, and tissues. Aid in keeping your child’s gums healthy and strengthens blood vessels, diminish bruising; helps with healing, boosts the immune system, and keeps infections at bay. Also helps the body absorb iron from iron-rich foods. Iron and vitamin C goes hand in hand and plays a crucial role in the body.

These are the most important vitamins and nutrients that play a crucial part in the development of your child.

[wp_ad_camp_2]

SOME OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES:

[lptw_recentposts layout=”thumbnail” post_type=”post” link_target=”self” category_id=”same_as_post” space_hor=”10″ space_ver=”10″ columns=”2″ order=”DESC” orderby=”rand” posts_per_page=”4″ post_offset=”0″ reverse_post_order=”false” exclude_current_post=”false” override_colors=”false” background_color=”#00ccff” text_color=”#ffffff” show_date_before_title=”false” show_date=”false” show_time=”false” show_time_before=”false” show_subtitle=”false” date_format=”d.m.Y” time_format=”H:i” no_thumbnails=”hide”]

Save