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Something Fishy

 
Salmon provides two nutrition keys to a seafood baby diet Do your kids a favour - teach them to like fish. Susan Brewer, a University of Illinois food science professor and a registered dietitian, has two key reasons to ensure seafood is an integral part of a baby's diet, and has gone on to develop salmon baby food for toddlers. Brewer claims that babies need a lot of the omega-3 fatty acids - found in fish such as salmon- for brain, nerve, and eye development. In addition, a child's taste buds and food preferences are largely developed by the time they're five, so it is crucial for parents to help their small kids cultivate a taste for seafood early. This is because fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids have great health benefits and help to prevent coronary artery disease.
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