Healthy snacks …this is one big question when you begin your day. It’s really one of the toughest
If you have followed my blog, you must have read how soy protein help in different ways and keep you healthy.
Being a mother of two I can understand that for every mom daily it’s tough to make kids understand that what is healthy and good for their health.
As childhood is that early age when kids need healthy food and mind to establish good lifestyle filled with healthy eating habits.
Protein helps kids to be energized full day and so..SOY protein is one such great source of protein for kids which should be included.
Why Soy Protein as healthy snacks?
For child healthy growth and development we need protein which is well digested and there comes in Soy protein, which is
The Protein Digestibility-Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS) of soy protein is 1.00, indicating that it is a high-quality protein, containing all of the essential amino acids in the right ratio to support healthy growth and development. PDCAAS is a global standard for protein quality evaluation established by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Include healthy snacks for kids daily diet
My daughter just loves
Quick Soya Uttapam
My son who is
Made from Soya milk it’s soft, yummy and healthy and my family’s now one of the fav breakfast. You can check full recipe here.
Now, when kids love sweet its time to treat them with kheer which is healthy not only for them but every member
protein and calcium easy and quick to make Soya Kheer is the best desert which is loved by kids anytime.
Incorporating soy protein-based foods into their diet ensures they get high quality, a complete protein required during their growth years. It also is low in saturated fat, cholesterol-free, and is lactose-free.
Which dish filled with the protein you are going to serve to your little one or your family? Do share in the comment section below
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