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Let’s Boost Your Kids’ Immune System With These Wonderful Recipes!

It is January. It is the time of the year where many people would suffer from common cold and still try to do their daily activities. You will find your kids going to school with other kids that have runny noses or light coughs, and you wonder whether your kids will also get sick. During this time, it is very crucial to let your kids have food that could boost the immune system to help you prevent your kids from catching the sickness.

This time, we are going to provide you with some delicious recipes that might be able to not only boost immunity, but it will also be a treat for your kids. However, it is important to note that these recipes might not be able to completely prevent your kids from getting sick, but it is always better to prepare and do something, right?

Breakfast Egg Cups

Eggs are one amongst very few foods that come with a natural vitamin D. Vitamin D is really important, because when a person has a low amount of vitamin D, they will be more susceptible to many illnesses. Not only that, but eggs also have many other nutrients that could boost immune systems such as vitamin B and selenium. With this recipe, you will be guided to create wonderful egg cups that your kids can eat as their breakfast or to bring as snacks.

Spinach Nuggets

Just like eggs, spinach has many minerals and vitamins that could really help in boosting our immune systems. Inside of a spinach, we can find vitamin A, C, E, and K. However, vitamins are not the only one you can find, because spinach also has manganese, zinc, iron, and selenium, all of which will help our immune system. In order to make sure your kids would eat their spinach, the recipe above will guide you to make spinach nuggets!

Apple & Almond Butter Overnight Oats

Oats are a good choice if you want foods that could boost the immune system. They have beta glucans, a fiber that will activate killer cells. Those killer cells will then do their jobs of fighting bacteria, viruses, and even other intruders that nested themselves inside our bodies. If you want to boost it even further, combine oats with apple and almond just like the way this recipe is made.

Maple Almond Breakfast Smoothie

We talked about almonds in the previous recipe, but what benefits do almonds actually provide? The answer is vitamin E and manganese, an inseparable duo that enhances the activity of killer cells. If you follow the recipe above, you can create something that your kids can consume even if they do not have enough time to eat a full breakfast.

Sweet Green Juice Recipe

If you want something to help boost the immune system of your kids and family, look no further than this green juice. As it contains the combination of baby spinach, carrots, pineapple, and apple, this juice contains vitamin C, A, and K. It also contains iron, vitamin B6, magnesium, folate, potassium, and calcium! Make sure to drink a glass of it before you start your daily activities!

 

At the end of the day, if you want food to help boost the immune system, the key is to create variations. Do not make the same recipes day by day, because it will only bore your family out. Try to experiment more with the ingredients we have written above, and you can be sure that your immune system will be ready to repel all viruses, illnesses, and any other intruder that tries to enter your body. Take care!