Health: Children are preparing for board exams, definitely make these changes in diet


During board exams, children often get so lost in studies that they do not have the attention to eat and drink, due to which sometimes they have to suffer during the examination itself. A good diet is very important for children to study diligently for a long time. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you how by giving a healthy diet, you can give your child better health as well as better marks.


-Start the day with a heavy and healthy breakfast. You can include oats, muesli, upma, khichdi, idli and glucose in kids breakfast, all of which are low glycemic options.
-Instead of feeding together, you should give small amounts of food to the children. Give them small amounts of nutritious food, this will keep them alert and fit. Eating large amounts of food can make babies sleepy and lethargic. Fresh fruits, dry fruits, honey, soups and salads are better options in a nutritious diet.
- To sharpen the memory of the child, feed the fish to the child. Omega-3 fatty acids are mainly found in fish, which helps in enhancing memory. If the child does not eat fish, give flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds and soybeans.
-Include sources of hydrated in the diet. Give children fresh fruit juices, buttermilk or lemonade or lemon juice and green tea.
-Protein is a good source of energy. Therefore, include sources of protein like egg, poha, idli, dosa, dhokla etc. in the food. It increases tyrosine (amino acid) in the blood and brain, it also helps in the formation of nerve cells. At the same time, it is also helpful in keeping children alert and active.
-Do not give the child too much sugar and sweets. Chocolate, cookies, etc. can increase the level of sugar in the blood. In such a situation, the stomach feels empty and soon one starts feeling hungry. -Do not allow the child to consume junk food.

-Give immunity-boosting foods. Eggs, fish, carrots, pumpkin, green leafy vegetables, fresh fruits fulfill the deficiency of vitamins A, C and E, also, help in increasing the body's immunity and prevent children from falling ill during exams.
-Keep children away from things with high caffeine. Children may want to drink a lot of coffee, tea and cola during the exam, but avoid giving them things that contain caffeine.
-Include vitamins in their diet. Certain water-soluble vitamins such as Vitamin B complex and C are essential for the body during stressful times of examination. These basically help us fight stress. Eat brown rice, nuts, fresh vegetables and fruits.