20 Foods Your Child Should Be Eating Every Week
Any oily fish can be beneficial to our children’s health, but salmon takes it a step further. It contains omega-3 fatty acids which help the heart and brain of both children and adults. Make sure that you get your salmon from a fishmonger and not at the grocery store since fish mongers tend to stock wild salmon and not the farm-raised, antibiotic-injected variety. One of the best things about salmon is that you can brush on a citrus glaze to give it a hint of sweetness and a ton of flavor. If your child prefers savory over sweet, make a quick soy sauce-based glaze and sprinkle the lightly cooked salmon with sesame seeds.