Dairy products: Cheese, yoghurt, butter, kephir... These are the calcium sources of children since childhood. Dairy products are rich in protein. Calcium is the most important mineral for healthy bone and teeth development. Don't forget that children use the calcium stores that they build in their first years, their entire lives. Please click on these links for detailed information about dairy products: Cow's milk, Kephir, Yoghurt, Cheese, Butter, Goat's milk, Almond milk

Egg and meat: The main function of veal, lamb, chicken, turkey and egg is to provide protein and iron for the body. They support healthy growth, develop muscles and boost the immune system. Please click on these links for detailed information about nutritional values of meat and egg. Liverred meat, chickenegg

Fish: Salmon, sea bass, sole fish ... Great source of Omega 3, rich in protein, low in fat. These are crucial for the eye and brain development of babies and children starting from the first day of pregnancy. Do not eat fish that has high levels of mercury. Please click to learn benefits of fish.
Legume: Legumes is a very important food group rich in protein and complex carbohydrates. On top of that, most children love it. They both give energy and support growth. Click on the links to see benefits and nutritional values. Chickpeas, lentil, dried beans, cow peas

Whole grains: Rye, whole wheat pasta, brown rice, wheat gem, whole oat, cracked wheat, flaxseed...Whole grains include both the seeds and bran parts. Regular rice, in other words processed rice, is richer in protein and fiber compared to regular pasta. These are excellent sources of energy and iron for babies and children. Especially  wheat gem should always be included in your diet. For detailed information about whole grains: Oat, rye, flax seed, bread, pasta, cracked wheat, and wheat flour

Fruits and vegetables: Fruits and vegetables supply vitamin, minerals and fiber. This food group supports the development of digestive system, immune system and mental-physical growth. Each one has benefits of their own. For details, you can see the vegetable and fruit section under the menu on the left.

Vitamin A group: Sweet potatoes, carrot, winter squash, cantaloupe, apricot... Vitamin A is crucial for children's tissue, skin and vision development.

Vitamin C group: Strawberry, Kiwi, orange, tomatoes, pepper, broccoli. Vitamin C is the most fundamental vitamin that boosts the immune system and increases iron absorption.

Green vegetables: Swiss chard, spinach, lettuce, broccoli, zucchini, beans. These folic acid and iron-rich vegetables are also crucial for cardiovascular health.