Juices for children: vitamins and health

The ben­e­fits of juices are obvi­ous, and in autumn and win­ter, the child’s body espe­cial­ly needs vit­a­mins. After all, in the cold sea­son you need more ener­gy and use­ful trace ele­ments to main­tain immu­ni­ty!

The benefits of juices, Photo

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Nutri­tion­ists rec­om­mend that chil­dren drink a glass of juice at break­fast and take a cou­ple of bags of dif­fer­ent juices with them to kinder­garten or school. Even if the child loves only one type of juice, try to expand his menu so that the body gets more nutri­ents. For ref­er­ence — use­ful infor­ma­tion about the con­tent of vit­a­mins and min­er­als in some fruits, veg­eta­bles and berries.

The benefits of orange juice, Photo

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Orange con­tains vit­a­mins A, B, C, E, rare vit­a­min K, potas­si­um, cal­ci­um, phos­pho­rus, cop­per, iron, mag­ne­sium and zinc. It per­fect­ly improves appetite and strength­ens the immune sys­tem.

Apple improves immu­ni­ty, improves mem­o­ry, strength­ens the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem, and has antiox­i­dant prop­er­ties. The fruit con­tains vit­a­mins A, B, C, iron, mag­ne­sium, phos­pho­rus, folic acid, biotin.

The benefits of pomegranate juice, Photo

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Pome­gran­ate is use­ful for blood for­ma­tion and diges­tion. Con­tains antiox­i­dants, fruit acids, phos­pho­rus and man­ganese, vit­a­mins K and C.

The benefits of carrot juice, Photo

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Car­rots con­tain almost every vit­a­min and min­er­al known to man. Rich in vit­a­min A, the pres­ence of which in the body depends on visu­al acu­ity, the con­di­tion of hair, skin and nails.

Banana is very good for diges­tion. Rich in potas­si­um, which is need­ed by the heart, liv­er, brain, bones, teeth, but most of all — mus­cles. There is a banana and vit­a­mins C, B and PP, cal­ci­um, mag­ne­sium, sodi­um.

Peach con­tains organ­ic acids, pectins, potas­si­um, iron, phos­pho­rus, man­ganese, cop­per, zinc, sele­ni­um and mag­ne­sium, vit­a­mins A, B, C, E, K, PP. This fruit is good for diges­tion, ner­vous and mus­cu­lar sys­tems.

Grapes strength­en the heart, con­tain fruc­tose, glu­cose, potas­si­um, cal­ci­um, phos­pho­rus, mag­ne­sium, iron, vit­a­mins C, B and PP, A. A glass of grape juice con­tains a dai­ly dose of B vit­a­mins.

Edi­tor’s advice. One glass of orange juice pro­vides the body with a dai­ly intake of vit­a­min C — the very one that helps us resist virus attacks dur­ing the SARS and flu sea­son. Also, this vit­a­min is found in black­cur­rant, grape­fruit, apple and toma­to juices.

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