Did you ever think that the blueberry can help you beat the flu? According to the Blueberry Council, the fruit is packed with vitamin C, manganese, dietary fiber and anti-oxidants. Visit the Blueberry Council's website to read about the nutritional benefits of eating this fruit.
Blueberries are wonderful to eat fresh, and during their off season you can purchase them frozen and dried at almost any grocery store. The average price is somewhere around $ 7.00 to 13.00 a pound, and you only have to use a small amount of them to benefit from this little fruit.
Blueberries are easy to use frozen in a smoothie. Just add milk and your kid's drink turns purple! How fun is that? You can find drink recipes online for other wonderful suggestions.
Blueberry muffins are sold at most grocery stores and are great for family breakfast all week.
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It is very important to share the growing information of foods with your kids. If kids know where the blueberry is from, they are more likely to eat them. Knowledge will always offer you power over your kids' diets.
The flu season is a very important time to use nutrition to guard the health of your family.
Eat well. Live well.