Stay healthy and worry less

With the ongoing pandemic and COVID-19 still out there, there is no excuse for us to let our guard down as parents. Now, more than ever, we need to make sure our children are healthy and safe at home. From their daily dose of vitamins to healthy and nutritious snacks, every choice we make contribute to a healthy life we all wish for our family. Check these out.

Supplement and boost
Taking care of one’s immune system keeps our minds at ease, so choose those with essential vitamins and minerals that can protect your growing kids. Tropicee Plus aids in growth and development of children from two to 12 years old. It also has ascorbic acid and other amino acids such as taurine and lysine to help in strengthening their bodies. Z-Vita has Vitamin B complex and lysine that helps in proper growth. It also has zinc gluconate that strengthens the immune system of children up to 10 years old.

Drink up
Prebiotic is known to promote good gut which leads to the increase of our bodies’ natural defenses, especially at this time. Blemil Kids 4, a milk formula for children three years old and up, aids in providing the proper nutrition and making sure the digestive and renal capacities are in good health, too! This gives way to better intestinal flow, digestion, and absorption of nutrients. Linoleic and alpha-linolenic acid aids children in their visual and cognitive development while L-carnitine and taurine maintain a general healthy state.

Eat right
We all know that children have a hard time including fiber and other nutrious food in their daily diet. And one way of adding these is through snacks such as Gullón. Choose from choco-flavored Dibus Sharkies crackers and savory fish-shaped Mini-Fish biscuits. Each serving of both crackers contain six grams of protein and 2.3 grams of fiber. Both of which aid in a maintaining a healthy digestive system, even increasing good cholesterol and decreasing the bad ones.

*These products are distributed in the Philippines by Dygen Food Ventures Inc., a subsidiary of Dyna Drug Corporation and is available online.

Source: Manila Bulletin (