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For the best superfood smoothie, add folate-rich and fiber-rich leafy greens like spinach or kale,

634f4e68a310fd2beca77965.jpegA Harvard nutritionist shares 6 brain foods that will help your kids stay ‘sharp and focused’



1. Superfood smoothies 超级食物制成的“奶昔”


For the best superfood smoothie, add folate-rich and fiber-rich leafy greens like spinach or kale, along with chia seeds or walnuts for plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, fiber and protein. Then throw in an avocado for healthy fats, followed by antioxidant-rich blueberries.



Adding plain, unsweetened yogurt can also increase your smoothie’s creaminess, protein levels and gut-healthy probiotics.




2. Homemade veggie fries 自制炸蔬菜


Eating a colorful variety of vegetables is so important for getting enough fiber and phytonutrients, as well as fueling both gut health and mental health.



Air fryer ovens add a crispy, crunchy texture to food without deep frying. Use it to make zucchini, carrot or green bean “fries.”




3. Homemade hummus 自制豆泥


Legumes are healthy, plant-based sources of iron, zinc, protein and fiber, benefitting brain development.



Homemade hummus is a versatile way to incorporate legumes into your child’s diet. It can be served in so many ways, such as a dip paired with apple slices, carrot sticks, thinly sliced celery or sugar snap peas.



Adding some color to your hummus can make it more appealing to kids. Think: a bright orange carrot hummus or a deep-purple beet hummus topped with a monster face made out of vegetables.




4. Salmon 三文鱼


Introducing your child to fish at a young age can increase their likelihood of enjoying it and eating low-fat, vitamin-rich proteins for the rest of their life.



Salmon is soft and mild enough for young children, and is also a good source of vitamin B12 and omega-3s, which promote healthy brain development and happier moods.




5. Eggs 鸡蛋


Whole eggs are an excellent source of brain-boosting vitamins A, D and B12, along with choline. Choline is especially important for young children, as it has been shown to improve brain development and long-term memory.



One study found that pastured eggs can have twice as much vitamin E and almost three times as many omega-3s as caged eggs.




6. Meatballs 肉丸


Sneak some powerful plant-based fiber and nutritious veggies into your child’s diet through meatballs.



Start with a base of beans, lentils or ground turkey. Then add shredded spinach or grated zucchini.



Use flax seeds to bind the ingredients for added omega-3s and toss in your spices. Cook and serve.