Sugars and fats are important energy sources. So, adding fat to diet, you can increase its energy content. Having essential fatty acids (ω3 and ω6), some fats like olive oil have priority because consumption of olive oil decreases risk of hypertension and blood fat during adulthood. Also, it lowers risk of cardiac diseases. On the other hand, this fat facilitates function of digestive system and prevents gripes and constipation. Of course, some animal fats like butter are proper options, because they contain vitamin A.
Cubic and powdered sugar and honey are the rich sources of energy that can be added to children’s diet in low quantity (consumption of honey is prohibited by 1-year-old). Portion of this food group should not be in a level that causes decrease in children’s appetite and substitute other groups.