7 Ways To Support Your Child’s Immune System

Breastfeeding, even for a few days, will provide your baby with antibodies and white blood cells.

Breastfeed, If You Can

Omega-3 fatty acids have many health benefits and are found in their most potent form in oily fish. White fish (like haddock, plaice, cod and coley) also contain some omega-3 albeit in lower doses.

Load Up On Oily Fish

Let little ones enjoy a plentiful array of fruit and vegetables. By eating all the colours of the rainbow they’ll optimise their intake of different vitamins and minerals

Eat A Rainbow

You can support your child’s gut by including fermented foods, like yogurt or fromage frais, as well as fibre.

Get Gut Healthy

A healthy diet is all about eating a wide variety of foods. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a superfood, and one fruit, vegetable or grain isn’t any better than another.


The amount of sleep children need depends on their age and activity levels. As a general rule, newborns need 18 hours a day, toddlers up to 13 hours and 3-12 year olds up to 12 hours a day.

Healthy Sleep

Vitamins are essential to keep our body functioning well, strengthen the immune system and protect from certain diseases.

Support With Supplements

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