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Healthy snacks for your toddler

  1. Toddlers are real explorers and as they grow, they discover more and more goodies. At some point, a toddler starts asking for sweets or treats in between. What is the best thing to give to your toddler?

Children are getting fatter

  1. Due to the high range of different foods and the appeal of advertising, more and more parents are making wrong choices in the supply of tasty snacks for their child. We give our child a tasty treat every now and then, but unnoticed your toddler will ask for more. You may think that some snacks are healthy for your child, but that can be quite disappointing. A snack often contains too many sugars, salt and / or too much fat for such a little one. This way your toddler can unnoticeably ingest more unhealthy food than you realize.

How many snacks for your toddler is normal?

  1. A toddler is growing rapidly. In addition, a toddler is constantly on a voyage of discovery. Your son or daughter will therefore need a lot of energy to get through the day. In addition to sleep and meals, snacks are also an important contribution to the daily energy requirement of a toddler. You can give your toddler 3 to 4 snacks per day, preferably snacks that are as healthy as possible.

Which snacks are healthy for my toddler?

  1. To keep the snacks attractive for your toddler, variety is important. In addition, by alternating with types of foods, your toddler is encouraged to get used to all kinds of different flavors. Your toddler will learn to eat different things more easily. Below are a number of suggestions for teaching your child to eat healthy snacks:

Which snacks seem healthy, but shouldn't you give it?

  1. Pieces of sausage or cheese: these contain too much fat and too much salt. Salty sticks: these contain little fat, but a lot of salt. Soft drinks sweetened with sweeteners. Sugar-free candy: this contains a large amount of sweeteners. A toddler's body cannot properly process these sweeteners and your toddler can get severe stomach pain and diarrhea. Ready-made fruit juices, these have a too high sugar content. Cookie bars that are offered as a healthy snack often contain too much sugar

  2. Pieces of sausage or cheese: these contain too much fat and too much salt. Salty sticks: these contain little fat, but a lot of salt. Soft drinks sweetened with sweeteners. Sugar-free candy: this contains a large amount of sweeteners. A toddler's body cannot properly process these sweeteners and your toddler can get severe stomach pain and diarrhea. Ready-made fruit juices, these have too high a sugar content. Cookie bars that are offered as a healthy snack often contain too much sugar



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