Fun snacks that will make potty training easier

Potty training doesn't have to be ridiculously difficult and can be made even easier with the help of fun, nutritious snacks for your potty training kiddo. With proper nutrition, your child can take care of number one and number two with ease. Here are seven fun, healthy snacks you can include in your child's everyday diet:

  1. Yogurt: A great addition to any active child's diet, yogurt with probiotics will help your kid develop healthy bacteria in his/her gut. Yogurt may even help with reducing skin disorders such as atopic eczema. It's great for breakfast or even a quick snack after preschool.
  2. Whole-grain cereal: Everyone needs fiber in their diet. Whole-grain cereal is an effective way to help your kiddo take care of number two by reducing constipation. Thanks to increase in whole-grain cereal options in the grocery store, you kid
  3.  Sweet potatoes: Full of vitamins and other benefits, sweet potatoes are tasty and can be made into many delicious recipes. Here's a link to 10 Healthy Sweet Potato Recipes For Kids.
  4. Watermelon: This is everyone's favorite summer time snack. Staying hydrated is key to helping your child be healthy and develop healthy potty habit. Do you need scientific reasons to feed your kid watermelon? Watermelon can serve as a natural diuretic increasing urine flow while not adding extra stress on your kid's kidneys.
  5. Oatmeal: Like whole-grain cereal, oatmeal will help provide healthy fiber and minerals essential to a healthy diet. Here's an oats apple porridge recipe your potty training kid will love. You can also do oatmeal cookies with minimal sugar address as a fun, on-the-go option for your active child.
  6. Carrots: It's good for Bugs Bunny so it must be good for everyone else! Carrots are a simple, healthy snack for your little one to much on during the day. Each sweet, crunchy bite of carrot your child takes in includes beta-carotene which turns into vitamin A leading to improved eyesight. Carrots are also high in dietary fiber helping your kid maintain a strong, efficient digestive tract.
  7. Apples: Apple slices are cost-effective snacks that are perfect for the end of a play date or a road trip to grandma's. Apples helps with saliva production which is helpful in lowering levels of bad bacteria in your mouth and limiting tooth decay. Including apples as part of your kid's diet can help prevent diarrhea and constipation thanks to its fiber content.

Of course there more than just seven snacks that will benefit your kiddo's health. We've included some of the most common snack options from yogurt to apples. What are your favorite potty training snack options? 

As seen on ABC's Shark Tank, the IllumiBowl is a motion-activated toilet night light popular among potty training families and senior citizens. The IllumiBowl makes your toilet glow in order to make late night trips to the bathroom safe and easy. It's powered by three AAA batteries and attaches easily to any toilet seat. This popular product is toilet technology at its best. Who doesn't love a glowing toilet?



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