• The best 10 ingrediants for healthy school lunches

    Top 10 Ingredients for School Lunches


    Before you head down for a quick trip to the supermarket, here are the ten most important ingredients for delicious and healthy lunches for your children. 


    Ingredients

    Apple

    The fruit keeps the children strong and healthy so they can do things like play sport and have fun. Apples contain fibre that helps reduce intestinal disorders. It controls insulin levels and detoxifies.

    Broccoli

    Broccoli helps solve vitamin D deficiency. It is a rich source of flavonoid which helps lessen allergy-related substances in the body. Broccoli helps in neutralisation and dismissal of unwanted contaminants.

    Carrots

    Carrots contain beta carotene which the body converts to vitamin A. It helps with night vision. Carrots are really good source of dietary fibre.

    Cheddar

    Cheddar cheese contains high quality protein and calcium. It’s the best dairy product which reduces the risk of dental caries.

    Canned white beans

    Beans are good for the heart. They are good sources of soluble fibre to keep the children feeling fuller for longer, potassium which helps lower high blood pressure and magnesium to prevent headaches.

    Eggs

    The eggs provide enough protein which helps in the growth of the child. They are also high in iron, minerals and vitamin B. The children should eat no more than 4 eggs in a week.

    Lemons

    Lemons are high in vitamin C which prevents gum bleeding diseases and teeth and aching joints. Lemons can ease fever and helps keep the heart healthy. They have also important role in skin care and fight problems in the respiratory.

    Parsley

    Parsley is a good source of vitamin C and vitamin A. It is also a good source of iron and folic acid that helps in numerous critical roles in relation to cardiovascular health. 

    Tortillas

    Whole wheat tortillas are good source of calcium which keeps the teeth and bones strong. They are also good source of manganese which helps in normal brain and nerve function. They also keep the heart healthy.

    Turkey breast

    Turkey meat is a valuable source of protein. It is also a good source of zinc, potassium and phosphorus. Turkey meat contains amino acid tryptophan which helps in strengthening the immune system.

    Additional ingredients you should have in your kitchen:

    Bread
    Butter
    Mayonnaise
    Mustard
    Onions
    Olive oil
    Garlic
    Parmesan
    Pasta
    Vinegar
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