5 Tricks For Kids Like Eating Fish

5 Tricks For Kids Like Eating Fish


Fish is best eaten the child, because it is rich in various nutrients needed for growth and development. For example, omega-3 fatty acids in fish, like salmon, can increase the child's brain power. In fact, some types of fish rich in vitamin D.

That is why experts always encourage children (and you!) Eat fish as much as possible! Plus, the American Academy of Pediatrics says, the fish is very good for children under the age of one year.

The study found that babies who ate fish before 9 months of age will decrease the risk of eczema. Of course, make sure you cross out a high-mercury fish species in the list of daily menus, such as shark, king mackerel, etc.

Here's how to make children like to fish:

1. Picky fish. Make sure the fish will eat child is not a lot of thorns. Once the trauma of the spines of fish, the child will immediately refuse to eat any fish.

2. Keep it moist. Cook fish, especially the fleshy white, with a little water or broth will make it thoroughly cooked (without becoming dry!), Said Annabel Karmel, author of Top 100 Baby purees.

3. Mixed only. Try a child-friendly versions of meals a la Erin Patterson, founder Smallbitesonline.com: Drain the tuna chunks and put into the pot, then add the tomato sauce family favorite. Heat, and put it over pasta.

4. Prepare the dye. Serve the fish into small pieces (bite-size) with tomato sauce, tartar sauce, or mustard.

5. Tuck in a snack. Mix the fish with mayonnaise, then apply on whole-grain crackers. Healthy and tasty!





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