Help boost your kid’s immunity with these nutritious, easy-to-make everyday meals

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    Eating right and healthy is one way that kids can get proper nutrition and build their foundation of strong immunity as they grow. There are many delicious dishes, often made with high-nutrient ingredients, that moms can cook for their kids to ensure they receive the right amount of vitamins and minerals to support their development.

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    Here are some easy-to-cook and nutrient-packed dishes that are best paired with a glass of Vitaminized Lactum 3+ for added benefits of immuno-nutrients Vitamins A, C, E, Zinc, and Selenium for their immune system and DHA, Iron, Iodine, Calcium, and Vitamin D to support brain and bone development.

    Put an interesting twist to the breakfast staple, scrambled egg or sunny side up, with this simple Cloud Eggs recipe. It only requires three ingredients which can easily be found in the kitchen: eggs, salt, and cheese. The steps are as follows:

    Separate egg yolk from the white. Add a small pinch of salt to the egg whites and whip it until it forms clouds or stiff peaks.

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    Put the cheese and fold it in the egg whites. Transfer on a baking sheet and put in the oven to bake for three minutes. Add the yolk in the center of the nest and bake it for another three minutes.

    There is no better dish to enjoy during a cold, rainy day than a warm and comforting bowl of soup. Kids will love the classic Almondigas which has savory meatballs paired with thin flour noodles or misua.

    Make the meatballs by mixing the ground pork, onion, egg, salt, pepper and flour in a large bowl. Set it aside.

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    Sauté the garlic and onions. Add beef cube and fish sauce. Pour water and let it boil. Scoop meat and form it into a ball shape then place in the boiling water. Cook for 10 minutes. Add patola and misua and stir for 2 to 3 minutes. Serve hot and enjoy with kids.

    It’s often told by grandparents that monggo is best enjoyed on a Friday, but kids love to have this anytime of the week. The recipe of this protein-packed dish has been passed on from generation to generation and it has ampalaya and malunggay leaves for extra nutrition for the kids.

    Boil water in a pan. Put the mung beans and simmer until soft. On a separate pan, sauté garlic, onion and tomato, and pork for 5 minutes. Put beef cube and fish sauce. Let it simmer until the meat is tender. Pour in the cooked mung beans, stir and simmer for 10 minutes. Add the leaves and sprinkle pepper for taste. Serve hot and enjoy.