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  •   Safety is one issue us parents worry about, and equipping your child on what to do in different scenarios can definitely ease the apprehensions. More so, when your child is ready, an experience can alter from a traumatic encounter into an empowering one! HeyMom compiles safety tips for situations relevant today that you can go over with your little one. Keep them handy this coming school year and rainy season!     MALL STRATEGIES Your child's natural curiosity may make them wander away while in the mall. Being lost is scary no matter what age, so here are things you can teach him when he gets separated from you or his caregiver.   1. Teach your child that when this happens, he should stop where he is and keep calm. 2. He should look around for grown-ups, because they’re usually nearby looking for him too. 3. If the adult is not visible, then teach him to yell out the adult’s name. Practice this at home to boost your child's confidence in doing so. 4. Show him how to identify mall employees and security officers that can be of help. 5. If he can't locate any, he can ask a woman with children or grandparents for help. They’re least likely to harm a child.   Parent Tip:  Dress your child in bright clothes to easily spot him. Put identification badges in their pockets and have them memorize your phone number. Go back to the last place you were with your child. Ask for the mall's security for help immediately to speed up the search. You can also assign a meet-up place with your child in every mall you visit.   Image by Katherine Evans from   STRANGER KNOW-HOW Children's innocence makes them an easy target for people with bad intentions. Educate your child on what to do when strangers approach him or hover too close for comfort.   1. Tell your child to always ask permission from you, or a trusted adult like his teacher, caregiver, or close relative, before talking or getting close to a stranger. 2. Advise him to never give personal information to a stranger. He must trust his gut feel and stay away from anyone who makes him feel uncomfortable. 3. Practice saying “NO” with him and teach him to stay away from people who are offering treats, a ride, or asking help with a task (like finding a lost pet). He must immediately report this to a safe grownup. Teach your kids to identify "safe grownups", such as a school authority, security guard, co-parent, and the like. 4. If an abductor is already grabbing your child, he should kick, bite, scream, fight, and make as much as noise as he can.   Parent Tip: Explaining different stranger scenarios can frighten your child, so speak in a calm manner and reiterate that these are safety precautions. Know where he is at all times. Have him go out with an adult or a friend you know. Being in a group is also safer for your child. This buddy system keeps your child in check as well.   By Red Cross [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons   HOME SAFETY There are unforeseeable circumstances that may happen even at home such as a power outage or natural calamities. Give your child tips on how to handle these situations.   1. Have the emergency kit handy and accessible to the entire family, especially your child. Instruct him how to use flashlights, cellular phones, and the portable radio. Safe drinking water, easy open canned goods, and first aid should be readily available in the kit. Show your child where the kit is stored, detailing responsible and proper usage of the items inside. 2. Remind your child not to play with fire and teach him how to use the fire extinguisher for small flames. Thoroughly brief him the emergency escape plan as well. 3. During black outs, earthquakes, or flooding inside the house, guide him on how to unplug sensitive electrical equipment to avoid damage to appliances. Teach this to older kids who may be of help when everyone in the family is working on the situation. 4. Post emergency numbers near the landline that your child can call to get help. If the phone lines are down, let him know that a car charger or power bank can be used for charging cellphones. 5. In cases of strong typhoon winds or earthquakes, show them the safest and sturdiest location in your home away from glass windows. When shaking starts, he must drop down and take cover underneath tables and protect his head. He should remain inside the house until it is safe to exit.   Image by Shayan (USA) from (CC BY 2.0)   LATE PICK-UP TIPS We sometimes can't prevent being late from fetching our child in school, at a friend’s house, or at a play area. Reduce the panic and teach your child these tips.   1. Lend him a phone with your and your chosen fetchers' numbers stored in it. Alternatively, have him keep a list of numbers and important details in his bag or clothing. He can hand this to a trusted adult assigned to look after him if he can't access a phone. 2. Tell your child to stay inside the premises and not to wander away until you arrive. He shouldn't ride with other adults or children without your strict permission.   Parent Tip: Speak to his school administration, friend's caregiver, or play area manager of the people who can fetch him in case you can't. Let them know immediately if you can’t pick your child up on time. Advise your relatives or trusted friends that they're your chosen fetchers. Your child will feel secure knowing that he can count on Tita or Lolo to pick him up when you're not available.   Image by Barney Moss from (CC BY 2.0)   BASIC FIRST AID With school starting and the rainy season approaching, equip your child with basic first aid knowledge in case of sickness and accidents.   1. If he slips and hits his head hard, he should be careful not to shake his head and call for help immediately. Advise him to tell you if he is sleepy, nauseous, couldn’t see well, or has a severe headache (and get professional help right away). If he is bleeding from the slip but no head injury, and an adult is still on the way, teach him to apply pressure on the wound until help arrives. 2. If he hurts his extremities such as his leg, teach him to manage with RICE until an adult can look after him: R-est the sprained or strained area I-ce the affected area C-ompress by wrapping an elastic bandage lightly around the injured site E-levate above heart level 3. After playing in the rain, he must dry himself off and remove wet clothing. If he feels cold or develop chills, he can warm up safely by wrapping himself in warm and dry clothes, drink warm beverages, and apply hot packs wrapped with cloth to his skin. He can only take a warm shower once his temperature is regulated. 4. If your child develops colds, advise him to drink lots of water. For a toddler, teach him how to blow his nose to relieve congestion. Your child can also use more pillows to elevate his head and to sleep comfortably.   Parent Tip: If your child is gasping or is unresponsive, call for professional help immediately and start CPR for children. Always have first aid kits at home, in your travel bag, and in your car, and have a guide readily available as well.   There you have it, safety tips that you and your child can count on in relevant situations today. Do you have other recommendations you can share with fellow moms? Sound it off at the comments section!  Read More
  •   Photo by arztsamui /   Father’s Day is nearing and it’s time for the whole family to let good ol’ Dad know just how important he is. Typically, Father’s Day doesn’t get as much fanfare as Mother’s Day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t change that. This year, show him you care with one of these activities and gift ideas for the most important man in your life.   1. Make a video. Photo from   These days, making a video is as easy as tapping ‘record’ on your smartphone. With the variety of fun editing apps available, you can easily include funny filters and text to your recording. Film each member of the family giving a short dedication, cut it together using some basic editing software, and don’t forget to include Dad’s favorite song for the background and you’re good to go. Make sure to get the whole family together to watch it. Not only is it a great way of showing your appreciation for your husband but it’ll open channels of communication that may not have been there previously.   2. Make a meal. Photo from   Whip up something in the kitchen for him. Together with your kids, cook his favorite dish. You know what they say about the fastest way to a man’s heart. Give your kids safe kitchen responsibilities like grating the cheese, stirring the sauce and tearing up the herbs with their hands. Go a step further and include a handmade card made by the kids to present with the meal.   3. Daddy Spa Day Spa days aren’t just for stressed out mommies, let hardworking Dad get in on the R&R action, too. Let your kids help you set up a spa-like retreat in your own home. Put on some relaxing music, light some candles, and bust out the monogrammed bathrobe for the man of the day.   Here are a few simple spa treatments you can do at home for Dad:   Honey mask - Apply one to two teaspoons of honey to the face (make sure it’s clean) and let it sit for at least 10 minutes. Then rub skin in a gentle, circular motion to help exfoliate it. Let sit another five minutes then clean off with a damp washcloth. Photo from   Coconut oil treatment - Moisturize those tired hands with some coconut oil. Coat his hands in coconut oil and place hands in disposable vinyl gloves, which you can find in drug stores. Let them sit in the gloves for 10 to 15 minutes then remove and clean with a damp washcloth.   Cucumber slices for eyes -Help reduce puffiness and revitalize tired eyes by placing cool cucumber slices on both eyes for at least 30 minutes.   4. Go bowling. Photo from   Nothing brings a family together quite like a friendly game of bowling. Head over to the nearest bowling center and see who can bowl a strike first. Bowling’s a great game for the family because it’s easy to learn and even beginners can enjoy it. It also fosters a healthy spirit of competition and makes for a fun-filled day for the entire family.   5. Go offline. Photo from   When’s the last time you had some quiet time with the family, away from technology and the internet? Chances are it’s been a while. This Father’s Day encourage the whole family to put away all devices and spend some quality time with Dad. This means it’s time for the kids to turn off their video games and tablets and focus on catching up on everyone’s lives and simply enjoying this time with each other, without the distractions, after all, the best gift you can give your husband is time well spent.    Read More
  •   These days, a lot of emphasis has been placed on the importance of a healthy body. We exercise and eat a balanced diet of whole foods and grains but what about when it comes to our brain? As a parent, you play an important role in making sure your child’s brain is in tip-top shape. Here are a few ways you can make sure your child is mentally alert and ready for any challenge that comes his way.   Photo from   Prepare a diet rich in "brain foods". Incorporate oily fish like salmon, mackerel, or sardines into his diet; these fish contain essential fatty acids that assist in brain function as well as help keep the heart and joints healthy. Not all fruits are created equal, studies have shown that the consumption of blueberries may delay short term memory loss so stock up on frozen blueberries for a fun and tasty treat. As for veggies, broccoli, which is high in vitamin K, can enhance cognitive function and boost brainpower. As for mid-day snacking foods, nuts might be the answer as they are a good source of vitamin E, which can help prevent cognitive decline.   Photo by radnatt /   Play brain training games with your child. Play time isn’t just about running around and being active, mental games are just as important. Let him solve some word search games and crossword puzzles, these help build his vocabulary and encourages mental focus. Memory games are also excellent at keeping kids’ brains working at an optimum level through focus and information retention, a useful skill not only for doing well in school but for practical things like memorizing important details like emergency phone numbers and directions for getting home. As he grows older, challenge him further by introducing games like chess to encourage him to think two steps ahead.   Photo by alex_ugalek /   Teach him the importance of staying hydrated. A study done by the University of East London has shown that drinking a glass of water before a specific mental task can help your brain work 14 percent faster. They believe it’s because when you drink water, especially when you’re thirsty and dehydrated, you’re freeing up precious brain resources that were busy processing the sensations of thirst, allowing you to focus better on the matter at hand. Give your child a BPA-free water bottle to take with him when he goes off to school. Refill it when he gets back and see to it that he’s finishes it before going to bed.     Make sure he takes his vitamins. Even if your child may have a healthy diet and is mentally active, it is best to integrate a vitamin supplement into his daily routine to ensure he’s getting proper nutrition. Nutroplex is rich in Iron, Vitamin B-complex and Vitamin A, the essential vitamins and minerals that help enhance mental alertness and quick thinking. With that you are confident that he can be independent and can face life’s everyday challenges even when you are not around.  Read More
  •   As moms, we’re keen on ensuring that our children are continuously learning. We want them to not just be mentally, emotionally, and physically smart, but practically intelligent as well. That’s why it’s always such a joy seeing your child excelling both in school and in the streets, especially when they apply what they learn in the classroom to everyday living! It’s a moment that tells you that you too are doing a good job, and you couldn’t be prouder.   Math is one subject that offers tons of benefits in our day-to-day encounters. We all too quickly focus on the rules and equations and forget that arithmetic is meant for practical use to help our children navigate through life easier. If your child isn’t very fond of math, especially outside of the classroom, here are ways you can help your child grow used to applying math in their everyday lives!   Image courtesy of arztsamui from   1. Let your child handle small payments. Going to the mall or grocery is always a nice way for moms and kids to explore and bond. Counting money as payment for food or taxi fare is also a good way to start!   But make your trip to the mall even more fun by letting your little one go through your list of things to buy, and help you collect each item. Tell him what they’re for, the cost, and how many you need of each one. Also tell him how much you have to spend and ask him if the shopping fits the budget.   By letting your child handle money and knowing the importance or urgency of an item, he’ll learn the difference between wants and needs, and budgeting. At the end of the day, he might even have change for a snack!   Image courtesy of junpizon from   2. Teach your child how to save and earn. As children, we all know how many hugs, kisses, and even tears it took for us to get something we wanted. But instead of going through all the trouble and watching our own kids throw a fit in the middle of a toy store, teach them the concept of savings.   Ask your child to point out a toy that he likes and to check its price. Of course, as our young ones only have a meager allowance (or probably none at all yet) ask them how much they are willing to pay each week, and how many weeks it’ll take to save enough for the toy. For pricier toys you’ll probably share the cost, but you’ll be surprised by how eager and focused they’ll become! They can also earn more money in exchange for good deeds like helping clean up at home. It’s a good discipline that they’ll carry for the rest of their lives.   Image courtesy of khunaspix from   3. Help your child make and maintain a schedule. Teaching your child how to allot time per activity will help him have a clearer understanding of his daily routine. Your child can count through his day and learn how much time it’ll take him to do one thing or to get from home to school.   Studies show that routines help kids feel secure and develop self-discipline. So help your child build his schedule. Plot down bath, study, meal, and play times, along with little details like brushing after meals or taking a daily supplement of Nutroplex vitamins. This will teach him how to balance his day with work and play!   4. Give your child a brain-boosting supplement. Keep your kids’ counting skills sharp and their brain cogs well-oiled with Nutroplex. The multivitamin-mineral preparation provides essential vitamins and minerals such as Iron, Vitamin B Complex, and Vitamin A.These are known to enhance mental sharpness and quick thinking. Nutroplex especially aids in applying learnings to real-world situations, like making that timely pass on the soccer field, finishing that math project, or even riding their bikes with friends. Remember, optimum development, which takes into consideration your child’s mental, emotional, physical, and practical intelligences, means smarter, stronger, and safer kids!   Image courtesy of Aaron Burden from   So moms, try to make each day a fun opportunity for math. Turn those tuition fee pesos into golden nuggets of knowledge and you’ll get more than what you paid for. What are your tips on “everyday math”? Comment below and find out what other moms do to help children embrace practical math in everyday life!  Read More
  •   Whether you’re about to introduce solids to your baby, or a mom who’s struggling to feed a picky toddler, increasing your child’s healthy cravings is a challenge we all know too well. Thankfully there are many ways you can help boost your child’s appetite as early as they first eat solids and as they grow up! Having a reliable meal partner like Tiki-Tiki vitamins is one sure way that helps. HeyMom also lists down a few tips you can try to effectively jumpstart your child’s healthy appetite:     1. Provide lots of healthy options. When introducing solids to your baby, the idea is to start with bland foods versus sweet foods. This is so that baby will not develop an early preference for sweetness, which makes it hard to introduce non-sweet foods in her early years. Having a variety to choose from also establishes the kinds of dishes your baby will eventually prefer.   That being said, some toddlers used to bland foods and who once would relish everything you offer may suddenly turn picky. The sudden change isn’t because he no longer prefers the food you offer, but is more about his need to assert himself. After all, this is the stage when children learn to say “no” and would challenge you in the most mundane things, even down to the clothes they want to wear. To work with this situation, providing lots of healthy options is the way to go to give some control back to him.   Avoid forcing your kid to try a certain dish (they’ll resist all the more) or easily yielding to unhealthy alternatives. Be ready with nourishing varieties that he can decide to choose from. The key is to let him take charge without compromising his diet.   Photo by Stuart Miles from   2. Let them play with and explore their food. For babies, playing with food functions as sensory play that teaches them to about different textures. It’s a great way to eventually establish eating independence, too. Let your baby have fun with their food (with clean hands!) and practice using the spoon on his own. By the time he’s a toddler, when kids usually refuse to be spoon fed, he’ll be able to happily feed himself.   Letting your child prepare his own meal will also encourage him to try his own creations. Playing pretend cooking is also a great way to entice your kid to eat more.     3. Create appealing healthy dishes. Make eating fun and creative by tweaking recipes and coming up with refreshing dishes. Babies who experience taste fatigue may enjoy mixing flavors or changing textures and temperatures. Freeze fruits to make popsicles or blend them to create healthy shakes.   For toddlers and young kids, Go for colorful and fun presentations, like bento!. Substitute ingredients and procedures in recipes for healthy ones, and hide vegetables and fruits in his favorite meals.   Photo by kdshutterman from   4. Work with your child's appetite. After the first year, you’ll notice your child will eat a lot on some days compared to others. We tend to push our kids to eat more without realizing they’re sated. A tip is to be able to gauge your child’s hunger and knowing when to stop when he’s full. Be ready with healthy snacks even when on-the-go. When you know your child’s hungry, feed him with nourishing meals before his treats. The idea is that he’ll be hungry enough to eat most foods in the start, so fill your child up with the good stuff when you can.     5. Eat on time and together. Children need to eat five times a day, about every three to four hours. This is a good schedule to work with in order to teach your child about the importance of eating on time. Even if there will be days that he doesn’t feel like eating, it’s still good to set a schedule.   More importantly, children tend to be less fussy when eating with others. They mimic adults’ behaviors, so enjoying nourishing meals as a family teaches them the value of eating right. Make meal times fun, too! Talk about superheroes who eat their vegetables or give special names to dishes (like Popeye Spinach and X-ray Vision Carrots)!     6. Give them quality vitamins. Start everyday with a quality supplement that not only protects your child, but also helps stimulate their appetite. Moms can jump start their baby’s appetite as early as when they start eating solids with Tiki-Tiki Plus Drops! It contains Vitamins A, B, C, D, and E that help boost their appetite. You can continue to work with your meal time partner with Tiki-Tiki Star Syrup for kids 1 year old and above as it also has Lysine and B Complex that encourage your little ones to eat well!   As a mom, there are many ways we can make sure our kids have a healthy appetite: we can always find ways to make eating fun for our kids and work with a reliable supplement like Tiki-Tiki that will serve as our meal-time partner as early as when our child starts to eat. Ensuring they have a healthy appetite all throughout is one step in making sure that they’ll grow up to be healthy and strong!Read More
  •   The hottest season of the year is here! If it’s burning hot to play outside, why not stay indoors and have fun cooking activities with your child? After all, encouraging our kids to eat healthy and heartily through fun recipes isn’t only great for bonding, it’ll benefit their growth and development too! HeyMom lists down a few effortless and unique recipes that you can prepare for your little ones, or make with your growing kids. Have a blast playing in the kitchen with your kids with these and see them enjoy eating your creations!   Photo by Didriks from / CC BY 2.0   1. FRUIT SALAD ICE POPS This colorful and fruity ice pops recipe doesn’t only beat the smoldering summer heat, it’s also packed with the goodness from fruits and milk your kids will love!   INGREDIENTS 2 cups fruit cocktail (drained from a can) or fresh fruits in season 1 box all-purpose cream ¾ cup condensed milk   INSTRUCTIONS 1. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. 2. Place fruit salad mixture in popsicle molds. You can also use small plastic cups. 3. Put popsicle sticks in the middle of the mold. For plastic cups, cover them with plastic cling wrap before inserting popsicle sticks. 4. Freeze until solid.   Makes about 8 ice pops.   Photo by Jonathan Lin from / CC BY-SA 2.0   2. CRISPY PIZZA ROLLS Are plain sandwiches getting old with your little one? This crunchy and cheesy recipe levels up the sandwich and makes it extra interesting for picky eaters. You can bring these yummy rolls when they’re on the go, too. They’ll have fun preparing and rolling these snacks as much as eating them.   INGREDIENTS 4 slices of wheat bread Store bought pizza sauce 2 squares ham, sliced in half 4 thick strips of cheddar cheese 1/4 cup sliced mushrooms 1 medium egg, beaten 1/2 cup Japanese bread crumbs 1 cup cooking oil   INSTRUCTIONS 1. Remove the edges of the bread slices. 2. Press the slices of bread to make them flat. 3. Spread pizza sauce thinly onto the bread slices. Place the ham, cheese, and a bit of mushroom in the middle of each bread. 4. Roll the bread slices. Secure with a toothpick. 5. Dip the rolled bread slices in beaten egg then cover with Japanese bread crumbs. 6. Heat the cooking oil in a pot. 7. Fry the bread rolls in medium heat until golden brown. Place rolls in a plate lined with paper towels. 8. Serve hot.       Photo by Stuart Miles from   3. CHOCO-BANANA PEANUT BUTTER SHAKE Steer clear from unhealthy drinks to quench your youngster’s thirst in this crazy heat. Go for healthy and nourishing homemade beverages, such as this recipe! This thick, creamy, and satisfying triple treat shake is made with nutritious milk, bananas, and peanut butter that’s just right for your growing child.   INGREDIENTS 2 pieces medium frozen bananas 1 cup milk 2 tablespoons peanut butter 3 tablespoons chocolate syrup 1/2 cup ice cubes   INSTRUCTIONS 1. Put all ingredients in an electric blender. 2. Blend until ingredients are combined and smooth. 3. Pour into a glass. Add whipped cream and your choice of sprinkles, if desired.   Makes 2 servings.   Photo by Heather Katsoulis from / CC BY-SA 2.0   4. FRUITY S'MORES DELIGHT Once your child has had his fill of a healthy meal, you can both make this S’mores recipe for his treat! It’s tweaked to be nourishing with the addition of fruits.   INGREDIENTS 12 mini square graham crackers 6 pieces chocolate squares 6 pieces marshmallows 6 pieces sliced bananas 6 pieces sliced strawberries   INSTRUCTIONS 1. Arrange 6 graham crackers by topping each with a chocolate and a marshmallow. Place in a microwave safe plate. 2. Heat in the microwave for 15 to 20 seconds. 3. Remove from microwave and top each s’more with a banana and strawberry. Cover with the remaining graham crackers. 4. Serve Immediately.     Bond with the little ones and celebrate summer with these appealing and nutritious recipes! It’s a great way to build their healthy appetite, all while having fun with moms and dads in the kitchen. Try tweaking and mixing more recipes up to make your kids look forward to every meal. Don’t forget to share with us your creative creations in the comments section!  Read More


Parents want the finest for their children. Apart from their unconditional love, parents try their very best to provide children with all their needs, including proper nutrition. After all, we want our children to be healthy winners.


From the food our tots eat to their daily activities and sleeping habits, nutrition plays a key role in their proper development. Here's everything you need to know about complete nutrition to help your child become the healthy winner he/she can be.


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What Do I Need To Know About Nutrition?

Nutrition is the process of giving or receiving food the body needs to grow and be healthy. Good nutrition is the combination of healthful nutrients. To further define nutrients, these are essential substances from food that are needed for growth and maintenance of the body. There are several types of nutrients that each individual needs for the proper function of their body and to be healthy. Too less or too much is not good, so it’s better to portion the foods for a balanced diet. Here are some of the most important nutrients:



Kids need high energy food to keep him/her up and running without the crash. Each part of our body needs energy to function. So stack on those good carbohydrates that can easily be found in potatoes, yams, beans, nuts, corns, brown rice, cereals, milk, oats, and whole wheat. Added bonus: Good carb is also known to have high fiber that can assist in bowel health.


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For your child to grow strong and tall, let the proteins do their job to construct, repair, and maintain body tissues. Your child’s developing muscles, hair, skin, and eyes need protein. This nutrient is also responsible for your child’s ability to withstand infection, as they build antibodies that counter such maladies.

Serve high protein foods to your child such as fish and seafood, nuts, eggs, lean meat, beans, poultry, tofu, and spinach.



Not all fats are bad. Good fat is also known as monosaturated fat. So for your child to have a well-balanced diet, he needs to have some of those good fats too. Fats improve metabolism, balance hormones, and aid in the development of cells especially the brain (as it is amazingly composed of mainly cholesterol and fat!). Make sure to get those healthy Omega-3 fats for brain function and development. Unbelievably, good fats are also known to help lose weight for children who are obese.

Get these fats by using olive oil with your child’s favorite meal, make healthy avocado ice-cream, and offer macadamia nuts and cheeses for snacks.



Micronutrients are mostly found in vegetables and fruits and have different functions to complete your child's nutrition. Some of the examples of micronutrients your child needs are: Vitamins A, B, C, D, E (from leafy greens, dark colored fruits, citrus fruits, dairy products, nuts, tofu, and healthy sun exposure); Iron (from meat, beans, and dark leafy vegetables); Magnesium (from dark leafy greens, nuts, fish, and beans); Calcium (from dairy products and leafy greens) and Zinc (from pumpkin seeds, garlic, and chickpeas).


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How Do I Give my Child Complete Nutrition?

Ideally, your child should eat a healthy and balanced diet (three meals and two to three snacks), sleep and nap for an average of 10 hours a day, and enjoy lots of physical and mental play.


Being the responsible and loving parent that you are, you would want to ensure your child gets optimum nutrition. Here, the roles of food supplements – such as Nutrilin - come in to complete your child’s daily nutrient needs. Nutrilin has all the essential nutrients to cover your child’s health requirements and help him be the best he can be.



Give the right foods, top up with a supplement like Nutrilin, create a secure environment that encourages sleep when needed, and offer lots of enriching activities. All these will help you create your healthy winners.

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