The Dangers of Sick Days
Whenever my kids are feeling low, Hindi ako sanay... at the corner of my mind I know something's wrong. And when I hear them sneeze, binibilang ko talaga kung ilan :P Because I know it's either the normal sneezing or it's a sign that their body is under attack.
Yes! attack of not by the titans but the viruses or bacterial diseases, that can lead cough colds, flu just to name a few. Viruses and Bacterias that were just around the corners that even our home's not that perfectly safe from.So is my kid is not feeling better, Absent na sa sa class :( Its not only the "lesson for today" peg ang na lost, they also missed the chance to have a bright and happy day with friends for me kasi happy days are the best, BUT they're also missing the opportunities for growth.
Eh, what if mega yung virus/bacteria na naka-infect sa kids ko? And a day of absence is not enough, Lagot na :( Multiple sick days are likely to set back your children’s education, as well as their overall development and growth. Classes are typically dependent on very specific timelines, and whenever schoolchildren get sick, they miss valuable lessons that may prove to be crucial later on in the school year. Buti kung may friends sila na nagshe-share ng assignment, But still it won't work well. This compromises the pacing for their growth as individuals. It can be very hard for students who are often absent to get back on track.
In school, specially now my kids are in the Big school na, almost half of the day nas a school sila, And we cant see what's happening at school... "insert panikerang mom here" It is important that we make sure that our children are kept safe from infection. Kaya dapat bonggang-bongga ang support sa vitamins and nutrients that they need to stay perfectly fine and healthy. Buti na lange now have a sweet and easy way to help our kids fights infection and make everyday a school ready day. -PINEAPPLES
With just a serving of pineapple a day helps strengthen immunity.
Ano nga bang magagawa ng canned pineapples sa ating mga kid’s? is it a disease-fighting sidekicks?
As studies show, a lot actually!
The said clinical study checked the possible effects of canned pineapples as a practical immunity booster. A nine-week randomized, controlled trial was conducted on 98 elementary school students in Paco, Manila. The students were divided into three groups. Two of the three groups of children were regularly served Del Monte Pineapple Tidbits. The third group served as the control group and was not given any canned pineapples.
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Only the groups who took regular servings of Del Monte Pineapple Tidbits had an increased resistance to disease and infection, with those taking two servings (140g per serving) demonstrating higher granulocyte production.
Granulocytes are key components of white blood cells and are important players of the immune system. They are the fighter cells that detect and kill disease-causing viruses and bacteria. Finally, a healthy solution that’s tastier than most!
The results show that adding 2 servings of canned pineapples to your children’s daily diet goes a long way towards protecting them from sickness. Giving children #DMPineappleADay is a quick, easy, and delicious way of strengthening their immunity while supplying much-needed nutrients like Vitamin C, Vitamin B2, fiber, and manganese.
A stronger immune system can help prevent children from missing out on many opportunities. With this, children will be able to fight off infection, keep attending classes, and make the most of their precious time in school.
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