Papaya is Healthy for Kids Too

November 17, 2014 0 Comments

Papaya Leaf helps boost your immunityIt is crucial that you take care of your kid's immune system to ensure that he or she remain healthy. By doing this you will be protecting them from whatever danger that might be floating around their body system. The primary function of the immune system is to defend the body against things such as devouring bacteria, fungi and other abnormal cells that may be harmful to them. If your kid shows signs of a lowered immune system, then the time is up for an immunity check up.

A healthy and functional  immune system is good for the overall well-being of your children. Since the world is busy, some activities that kids engage in can lower their immune systems. For instance, stress, lack of sleep and poor diet have been identified as the main causes of lowered immunity in kids. Once you realize that the child immune system is struggling, it is critical that you take corrective measures to rescue it and bring it back to normal.

Symptoms of a Weakened Immune System

The common symptoms in a kid with a lowered immunity can be mild or severe. Generally, lower immunity weakens the functioning of the body. Your kid may experience reduced physical activities, slower recovery and lack of happiness among others. Once these symptoms are evident, it is important that you take action to boost your kid's immunity.

Support Your Immune System

Papaya leaf and fruit contain components that provide benefits to the body of your child. Essentially, they have a variety of nutrients. The nutrients are useful in the body's defense system. All over the world, this fruit is called the golden fruit since it has an enzyme papain which is extracted from the fruit & leaf.

Apart from papain, papayas help to promote healthy skin and healthy tissues, as well as the proper functioning of the body's immune system.

From our Herbalist Along with papaya leaf, elderberry syrup, oregano oil & vitamin D are very useful during the cold and flu season. Make sure you are washing your hands also!
October is healthy babies awareness month.
Support your baby's immunity with papaya leaf extract. Its safe for mother and baby. Click to learn more.
Celebration time! Herbal Papaya is a proud member of the Natural Products Association and excited to participate in the Expo East Tradeshow.




Unoma Okorafor
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