Healthiest Foods for Kids, According to a Nutritionist

Woman with handful of freshly picked organic blueberries


As hinted at by their bright color, blueberries are full of antioxidants, fiber and vitamin C—which can help boost your little one’s immune system. A great snack on their own (or mixed into smoothies, muffins, salads, jams and desserts), blueberries can be added to your kiddo’s diet in so many ways.

Fresh and sweet carrot on a grey wooden table


These crunchy, orange veggies are usually a favorite amongst kids. They are full of vitamin A (great for eye health) and fiber (important for digestive health). Serve ’em raw with ranch, or try roasting, mashing or disguising carrots in other foods.<