Keeping your child healthy and preparing their immune system for years of germ fighting doesn't mean you have to keep your baby locked inside a sterilized room until their old enough to spell "hand sanitizer." In fact, you don't need to overthink the subject of your child's health too much, because it's possible you're already helping them more than you think. There are a number of things you do everyday that'll make your baby healthier later in life.
Obviously, there's no fool-proof way to beat the germ game completely. And when it comes to kids and germs the two seem to be drawn together like a magnet and steel. So how do you prepare you child's body to put up a good fight when under attack? One of the best ways to encourage a strong immune system in babies is to focus on nutrition. What goes into you little one's body now, will make a difference in their health over the years to come. Also, proper hygiene will never steer you in the wrong direction. Keeping that tiny body clean and well rested helps your baby to feel her best. Overall, these seven everyday habits will boosts your baby's immunity now and in the future.