Is your Child Frequently Sick?

Is your Child Frequently Sick?


Weak Immunity leads to Poor Growth

Children with weak immunity are at risk for impaired growth and are 2x more likely to become shorter adults* 

Good Height, Good Growth

Did you know that your child being sickly is also a growth gap? When he’s often sick, it means that he might have low immunity. It’s time to reconsider his diet and nutrition if he is experiencing any of these signs:
-Is absent in school almost monthly
-Gets easily tired and weak, and is often matamlay
-Doesn’t want to play because he feels ill from the common colds or flu

Your child might be more prone to getting sick for several reasons, such as:
-Exposure to unclean surroundings
-Weak immune system
-Lack of vitamins and minerals in her diet

If your child keeps getting sick, his opportunities to learn and grow decrease, too.

Increase your child’s resistance against sickness, don’t just settle for regular milk! 

*Hwang AE, et al. Am J Epidemiol. 2013; 178(4):551-558.

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