Increase Children’s Immunity for School Reopening During the Pandemic

As schools reopen for face-to-face education during the pandemic, students and teachers prepare for a new set of challenges. Parents are looking for the best ways to increase childrens immunity against the virus.

To help prevent spread of coronavirus, schools are putting measures in place including social distancing, wearing masks, and sanitizing.

Top priorities are keeping children safe and ensuring that their education does not suffer. Kids are the future, so their education isn’t just important, it’s essential.

Do children have less severe symptoms than adults?

According to the CDC, children are more likely to be asymptomatic, or experience less severe symptoms from COVID-19  than adults.

It’s not been confirmed why this is. But if we look at how a virus like influenza has developed over the years, it could give us a clue…

When influenza was first discovered, it used to kill far more people than it does today. This is because the virus has since mutated to become less deadly. It does this to survive as a microorganism.

If the virus killed its host too quickly, it would not have chance to spread and would become rapidly extinct. The COVID-19 virus also wants a chance to spread, so it has to become less-deadly to do that.

Strengthening your children’s immune system means they can fight off any incoming viruses and experience milder symptoms.

Strengthening your child’s immune system naturally.

Does your kid seem to catch viruses easily and you are worried about them returning to school during the pandemic? Here are a few natural ways you can increase childrens immunity.


  • Avoid synthetic products

    Choose all-natural bathroom products, shampoo, and laundry detergents. If a growing body is busy trying to detoxify artificial ingredients, there may be less resources available for fighting infections.

    Children’s skin is also super absorbent, so it’s always best to use toxin-free products on them.


Increasing Children’s Immunity for School Reopening

  • Sleep routine

    A good night’s sleep helps recharge and renew the brain, gut, and muscles. It also increases immunity in children and adults. This is because immune cells are produced at night, so if sleep becomes regularly disrupted the immune system is weakened.

    Furthermore, lack of quality sleep makes it harder for the body to deal with stress and inflammation. Both of which could further lower immune health.


Increasing Children’s Immunity for School Reopening

  • Calming the nervous system

    Encourage calm activities like reading, children’s yoga, music, arts, and crafts when they come home from school. Anxiety and stress directly impacts gut and immune health, so it’s important for them to take regular time for soothing activities.

When the body is in a state of anxiety (flight, flight, or freeze), less resources are available for things like tissue repair or fighting off pathogens. This is why many people feel unwell after a period of stress.


oleuropein Increasing Children’s Immunity for School Reopening

  • Nutrition gaps

    Even if kids eat their five-a-day fresh fruit and vegetables, there can still be gaps in nutrition needs. This is because many immune boosting micronutrients are not always found in everyday foods. Olive leaves are one example of this.

Olive leaves contains a powerful micronutrient called oleuropein. This natural remedy is well known for its antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-microbial benefits.

Taking olive leaf extract is made simple with the all-natural d-Lenolate® Easy-to-Swallow for Children. This patented source of oleuropein has been proven to increase childrens immunity and provide protection against many infectious diseases.

This is why the d-Lenolate® Easy-to-Swallow for Children is recognized as a top quality source of oleuropein. Taking 1-2 capsules per day can provide natural immunity against viral, bacterial and fungal infections for the kids as they settle back into school life.

Children also build immunity by exposure, so taking any opportunity to be outside in the fresh air is another way to support immune health.

It is possible for schools to provide safe face-to face education during the pandemic. Doing what we can to protect them from the inside helps provide that extra layer of security.



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