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Immunity Helps Growth

Ensuring complete nutrition for their children is a universal concern for all parents. While a well-balanced and nutritious meal that includes essential nutrients is theoretically easy to plan, practically children often manage to avoid nutritious foods and somehow find a way of laying their hands on ‘junk’ food instead. Experts agree that for optimal health and cognitive development in children, proper growth needs to go hand in hand with strong immunity. The link is often stronger than we imagine.

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Immunity Helps Growth

Right Nutrition And Immunity

Your child’s growth needs and rapidly developing cognitive skills calls for right nutrient intake. In this competitive world, mothers can no more take a back seat and let things happen as they do. As mothers you have to be mindful that for your child eating food should not just be about satisfying hunger, but should be a means to build a strong immune system, maximize growth and ensure outstanding performance in all spheres of life.

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Tips To Perform Better In Exams

Plan Ahead
We often wait until the last minute to cram the entire syllabus. What follows is a night of panic and restlessness. Plan what you will study a few weeks ahead of the exam. Divide the chapters into manageable chunks and allocate a certain time to each section.

Practice What You’ve Learnt
After studying for a certain amount of time, revise the material and test yourself on it. This will help you understand what you need to focus on more and revise accordingly.

Revise after taking a short break
Studying continuously at a stress can be tiring, both for the body as well as the mind. If you are tired, you will not be able to concentrate on what you are studying. Whenever you start feeling tired, take a short walk around the house, take a short nap or go outside to have some fresh air to relax your mind. Avoid watching television or reading during these breaks as this may tire your eyes.

Tips To Perform Better In Exams