The keys to a teenage diet

14 June 2016

If you’ve got teenagers at home, remember they need more calcium, iron, zinc and vitamin C for their growing bones. Make meals with pulses, fish and cereals (especially wholegrain); go for low-fat meat and plenty of fruit and vegetables; and give them the energy they need in the form of carbohydrates and healthy fats, such as nuts and olive oil.

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