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10 Kid Friendly Foods That Reduce Constipation

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Raspberries-
When compared to most of the fruits, raspberries have the highest fiber content available. Every cup provides about eight grams of fiber in it. So, the next time you go to the market and see the fruit vendor yelling at you for Raspberries, just get them without giving a second thought.

Oats-

Flaxseeds-
Believe it or not, but flaxseeds have been around since 5000 BC. They are rich sources of dietary fiber that are must have for your children. It must also be noted that flaxseeds are very useful for the heart as well. So the next time you’re looking to add more fiber to your child’s diet, just add them in your child’s favorite smoothie, and you’ll see better results.

Peanut Butter-
Another kid-friendly & nutritious fiber source that you must get into your refrigerator. Peanut butter, when combined with a variety of fruits or even spread generously over a bread slice (preferably brown), it yields positive results in your child’s digestive system. So, skip the age-old fat filled butter you’ve been consuming since ages, and use it to get your health on the right track.

Lentils-
Green lentils are another useful source of fiber as one half cup of cooked green lentils includes nine grams of fiber in it. Not only is that, lentils an excellent source of proteins that aid your child’s health in a number of ways. Time to stop thinking and get this masterpiece in your kitchen right away.
Next time your child forces you to cook french fries, use an air fryer to preserve the nutritive value.

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Keep a strong vigil on your child’s diet, and lookout for what they’re eating, as one careful step today can have a healthy future for them tomorrow. Remember, health is wealth, so if you’re investing in your child’s health today by getting in touch with the best child nutritionist, you’ll definitely reap good results in the years to come.

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