Keeping Your Kids Healthy at School
September 09, 2019 Report
- By Tarra
Probiotics should be taken away from any other medications. Probiotics keep the "Good Army" / bacteria, in your gut healthy and thriving as sugar is the number killer of Good Flora in the gut and all viruses love the gut!
Probiotics may also help with colic, constipation, eczema and allergies!
Does your child complain of stomach aches, gas and bad dreams at night? Try a Probiotic. These are chewable and tasty, you won't have any trouble getting your kids to eat these every morning.
Vitamin C builds and maintains a strong immune system. Vitamin C is water soluble, so it leaves the body through urination, you should pace the doses through out the day. Don't be fooled by Juice companies that say there is Vitamin C in their juice - more often than not the juice has been completely stripped of all it's natural vitamins MONTHS ago in order to make it storable. Once it's ready to ship to a store vitamins are reintroduced and not shelf stable after some time.
Supplementing with Vitamin C also helps keep gums healthy, reduces bruising and helps to heal little cuts and scratches by holding back bacteria.
Bathing in Epsom salts helps draw the toxins out of your body especially service toxins. It doesn't take long, 20 mins in a warm/hot bath is all you need. Kids love baths so this s an easy go to. Dry brushing your child is also a great way to catch up and bond every night before a bath. Spending time with your kids one on one is a great way to ease any stresses and create a soothing bed time routine.
Vitamin D - super important for a healthy immunity especially as we start to see less sunshine in the winter months. Drops are easy and tasteless. Keep them at your front door and it's an easy reminder to give your kids (and yourself) before you leave in the morning!