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Focus on nutritional health to ensure that your kids are prepared for the future. Here’s how you can ensure they grow into strong individuals!

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What are some immunity-rich foods to add to my child’s diet?

Immunity nutrients are essential for children’s growth and development, among other crucial functions. An immunity boosting diet should include carbohydrate rich foods such as cereals and fruits, protein rich foods such as poultry and milk, oils and fatty foods, fibre, and a good water intake. Read More

Can you suggest some healthy eating habits for my child?

Eat together so that children can implicitly learn about healthy eating. Allow them to make their own food choices so they can self-regulate their portions. Incorporate some variety in their diet so that they enjoy mealtime while eating healthy. Create a healthy home food environment with regular mealtimes. Read More

Can you recommend anything that would prevent Vitamin D deficiency in my child?

The primary source of Vitamin D is sunlight exposure. Around 10-15 minutes, 2-3 times a week between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m, will help boost Vitamin D levels. Incorporate Vitamin D foods in their diet. Get them tested to identify genetic variants which might cause deficiencies. Read More

Does my child really need milk in their diet?

Yes, just one glass of milk has multiple health benefits. It serves as a nutrient rich complete meal in itself, and is a quick and convenient option. It helps them become stronger and fitter, and helps boost immunity. It is also a rich protein source, which makes it especially beneficial for vegetarians. Read More

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