Gardening Can Be Good For Your Health

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Get Out of the House

Developing your immune system can be as simple as getting out of the house.   It is incredibly important to encourage your children to get out and play. If you like to do yard work or garden, have your kids help you. Playing in the dirt can be a great way to develop your child’s immune system. Taking a camping trip or spending time in the great outdoors has also been proven to improve immunity and reduce the chance that your child will have reactions to common allergens.

Scientific data has shown that being outside helps build immunity and maybe even reset our own grown-up immune systems as well. Going outside can be as simple as taking your dog for a walk or working in your garden. It can be easy to involve your children in these activities, and you both will reap the benefits.

 

Lifestyle Changes for Better Immune Health

Improving the immunity of your children is important, and it is your responsibility as a parent to make sure your child develops in a healthy way. Developing your child’s immune system is a journey that lasts their entire life. Develop healthy lifestyle changes that include a healthy diet in order to build up healthy microbes and bacteria in your own body. Local foods are also important since you’ll gain exposure to the allergens native to your region.

 

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So go ahead, get out and get dirty! Make a lifestyle change to benefit your child’s developing immunity and reset your own. Balance your indoor lifestyle with your outdoor one, and you’ll set up a healthy immune system for the rest of your life.

References:

www.aaaai.org

www.msue.anr.msu.edu

www.ahta.org

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