5 Ways to to boost your child’s immunity
Useful tips to help kids stay happy and healthy through the cold months.
Here is a recent photo of my two ornery and adorable babies—Evan an Kara.
With winter upon us, I’ve decided to become proactive about my children’s health. With Evan in preschool, it’s even more important to do everything I can to boost the kids’ immunity and help them have a fun, happy and healthy winter.
Below are 5 ways I’m working to support my children’s immune systems and help keep them healthy!
1. Plenty of sleep — Kids need lots of rest, and getting the proper amount of sleep is one great way to bolster immune health. Be sure kids follow a regular early bedtime schedule so they get that much needed rest!
2. Multivitamins — Giving your child’s immune system a little support with a great-tasting L’il Critters gummy, that’s packed with essential vitamins and minerals to support and maintain healthy growth and development, is great idea every single day! My kids adore L’il Critters and look forward to receiving their little gummy bear vitamin each day.
3. Fruits and veggies — Make sure your kids are eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. The nutrients in these foods will help keep them energized and healthy.
4. Exercise — Make sure your children are getting plenty of exercise through active play, even in the winter when it’s cold outside. If you can’t get outside, make exercise fun with games in the house.
5. Hand washing — While hand-washing doesn’t technically do anything for your kids’ immune system, it’s a great way to prevent the unnecessary spread of germs. Be sure children are washing hands before meals, particularly.
I hope you and your family have a healthy and happy winter and holiday season!
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