First Light Early Education Program

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on November 5, 2014

Dhvani Shah's Blog

Parents often complain about their children falling sick frequently, or catching bouts of cold/ cough too often. Children often catch cold, infections or fever due to weak immunity. Weak immunity is a sign that the child needs immune-boosting nutrition in his diet. Eating out, unfiltered water, junk food, aerated beverages, artificial coloured-flavoured foods, cold – raw food eaten outside are the main causes of infections in children.


Use simple kitchen remedies to enhance a child’s immunity rather than opting for heavy medications. A strong immune system prevents infections, helps your child grow stronger and paves way for a healthy adulthood.

Some of the immune boosting food that you can give your child daily are;

  1. Jeera, lemon, mint, turmeric, ajwain, tulsi, ginger, garlic
  2. Green leafy vegetables especially methi, spring onion leaves & spinach
  3. Tomatoes, beetroot and orange pumpkin
  4. Grapes, berries, plums, prunes and citrus fruits like orange, sweet lime, kiwi
  5. Yoghurt and sprouts



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