7 Juices Rich in Vitamins for Kids

Natural juices are a great complement to your diet, preferably if they don't have added sugar or sweeteners.
7 Juices Rich in Vitamins for Kids

Last update: 20 July, 2018

Juices rich in vitamins give your little ones energy in a very delicious way. In addition to giving them nutrients, natural juices can improve their immune system, combat constipation, and help their body accept other foods.

Experts recommend preparing juices rich in vitamins for children with fresh, ripe and seasonal fruits, and combining them to make different flavors.

When you make them, you should avoid diluting them with water because you’ll lose out on vitamins. Also, you shouldn’t add sugar because then your child won’t get used to the fruits’ real flavor.

Benefits of fruit juices rich in vitamins

By preparing 100% natural fruit juices, you get a large variety of nutrients. They are fat free and rich in vitamins A, B and C. They also have minerals that are important for your child’s growth. By regularly consuming juices rich in vitamins, your children will be more receptive to other flavors.

These juices generally don’t affect your child’s weight. However, they do contain calories (as all foods do) and should be given in moderation. By feeding your child calories, their metabolism will speed up, and we recommend they increase their physical activity.

Natural juices and physical exercise are the perfect combination to help your child grow (while also following a balanced diet).

Juices rich in vitamins for kids

7 Juices Rich in Vitamins for Kids

1. Carrot, Apple and Orange

This juice is great for keeping your children strong by giving them a great boost of nutrients. If you’re going to make it with fresh fruits, it’s great for seasons with hot weather. The ingredients you’ll use are: 2 carrots, 1 apple, 2 oranges, and 1 tablespoon of sugar.

First, wash and peel the carrot. For the apple, you can leave the skin (it has a high content of vitamins) or peel it. Then, cut the ingredients in tiny cubes.

Next, juice the orange and pour it in a blender with the carrots and apple. Finally, blend it all together. If it’s too thick, you can add more orange juice.

2. Banana and ice

The ingredients are 1/2 cup of milk, 1/2 cup of powdered milk, 1 peeled ripe banana, and ice cubes. Place all of the ingredients in a blender and mix until you have a homogenous smoothie.

3. Strawberry and coconut

All you need are: 1 cup of milk, 1/2 cup of strawberries, 1 teaspoon of grated coconut and 5 drops of coconut extract. Making it is easy!

Blend all of the ingredients until they’re mixed well. This smoothie is very beneficial for your children when they feel tired or need an energy boost.

4. Banana and orange

For this juice, you need: 1 peeled orange (cut into 4 parts), 1 peeled ripe banana, honey to taste (optional) and ice cubes. Firstly, place everything pre-cut into the blender without the peel. Then, blend at medium speed.

Add the ice cubes and blend on low until you have a thick juice. Finally, serve. This drink is especially great to increase your child’s immune system.

7 Juices Rich in Vitamins for Kids

5. Strawberry and Peach

You’ll need 2 peaches without the pit (cut in half), and 8 strawberries. Put the peaches and strawberries into the blender one at a time and blend. Serve this juice with ice if you like.

6. Coconut and banana

For this juice, you need: 1 cup of skim milk, 1 banana, 1/8 of a coconut (cut into small pieces, without the shell) and 5 almonds. Firstly, peel the banana and place it in the blender with the coconut pieces.

Then, add the almonds and milk to the mixture. Next, blend it all on high. Finally, serve with cinnamon if you like.

This juice is rich in calcium, potassium, vitamins A, C, and E, fiber, iron, and folic acid which boosts learning and memory in children. In addition, it’s very good for your child’s growth and energy. Serve it to eliminate intestinal parasites as well.

7. Mango and apple

This juice requires the following ingredients: 100 grams of mango, 200 grams of apple, 125 grams of cucumber, and ice cubes. Wash and peel the cucumber. Then, wash the apple and remove its seeds. Next, peel the skin off the mango and remove the seed.

Add the mango slices, cucumber, and apple to the blender. Then, blend well. Next, serve it with ice. You can alternate these vitamin-rich juices for your kids, making a different one for them every day.

This way, your children won’t get tired of the same flavor and you’ll nourish their body with a great variety of fruits.

All cited sources were thoroughly reviewed by our team to ensure their quality, reliability, currency, and validity. The bibliography of this article was considered reliable and of academic or scientific accuracy.

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This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.