As children begin the new school year, they are meeting lots of new friends — and getting exposed to lots of new germs.
Keep your children healthy by making sure they get plenty of Vitamin C, which helps strengthen immune systems.
Colds, flu and other illnesses tend to run rampant in late summer and early fall when children return to school, and that can lead to missed classes, sports and other extracurricular activities.
Here are a few ways to help your little ones stay healthy this back-to-school season:
- Wash hands regularly, especially before meals
- Use hand sanitizer
- Get lots of sleep (most children need 8-10 hours)
- Stay hydrated
- Eat a healthy diet (children should have 7 servings of vegetables and fruit per day)
One delicious way to make sure your children are getting enough Vitamin C is NADI rosehip drink, which has 135% of the daily recommended amount in every bottle. There are never any added sugars, preservatives, colorings or flavorings.
We use just three ingredients to make NADI: organic rosehips, purified water and a touch of stevia plant-based sweetener.
It tastes just like the rosehip drink our mothers and grandmothers made for us when we were children. We’re happy to carry on that tradition with our own families, and hope you will enjoy introducing it to yours.
—Nina & Gaga