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Zinc-rich Food Sources 1 Red meat (pork, chicken, beef etc.) 2 Shellfish 3 Nuts 4 Mushroom 5 Whole-grain cereals 6 Unskinned potatoes 7 Beans 8 Breast milk 9 Pulses 10 LegumesHow can I add zinc to my child's diet?
You can add zinc in your child’s diet by encouraging them to consume yeast-risen whole-grain pieces of bread and soy-based foods like miso and tempeh to up their intake of this mineral. Zinc-fortified cereals and whole-grains are other options for kids who don’t eat meat and dairy products and are vegetarians or vegans.What foods contain zonezinc for children?
Zinc for children is available from the following food items: Red Meat. Shellfish. Potatoes along with their skin. Beans. Nuts.How much zinc is too much for kids?
Too much zinc over the long run can cause long-term toxic effects, as well. The maximum amount considered safe by the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine for children 1 to 3 years old is 7 mg. For children 4 to 8 years, it's 12 mg. (This is called the tolerable upper intake level or UL.)