Immune-Supporting Snacks Your Kids Need To Try

Green smoothie

A green smoothie made with spinach, frozen mango, pineapple, hemp seeds,

and coconut water is a kid-friendly combo that is simple to make, assuming you own a blender. 

Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds are a fun, crunchy, satisfying snack and are an excellent source of zinc,

which is important for immune health and may shorten the duration of colds.

Yogurt with berries

One cup of strawberries can provide 100 percent of your child's daily vitamin C needs,

and yogurt is a good source of probiotics, which supports a healthy gut.

Frozen orange juice

Orange juice also contains carotenoids, like beta carotene, which help support immune health too.

When it is snack time, grab a spoon, scoop this naturally sweet snack up, and enjoy.

Chocolate covered kiwis

Kiwis are a source of fiber, vitamin C, and plant compounds. Kiwis can certainly be enjoyed on their own,

but to make them a bit more fun to eat, try slicing them up and dipping them in dark chocolate.

Baked cinnamon apples

Apples are a kid favorite no matter how they are enjoyed. And as long as the skin is consumed, 

kids will get a boost of a plant compound called quercetin, which may help support immune health. 

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