Go Nuts With Groundnuts

  • By Disha Bagadia

Groundnuts or peanuts belong to legume group which grow under the ground. Groundnuts are nutritionally rich and have important role to play in growing children. Here's a quick run-down on all the goodness that Mother Nature packs into every single one of groundnut.   Energy dense: Groundnuts are rich in energy. 100 grams of groundnuts have 570 kcals. For growing kids, they play important role as small quantity provides them with... Read more

  • By Disha Bagadia

Tips & Tricks To Keep Your Child Physically Active this 2018!

  • By Preeti Naik

Kids these days have their schedule packed and are busy with school, classes and all sorts of activities, which makes it difficult for them to be physically active each day. They generally don’t get a chance to run around in the house due to restricted space.  A park or a garden is a wonderful opportunity, but sometimes due to busy lifestyle or limited access it becomes difficult for us to take children to such places often. The d... Read more

  • By Preeti Naik

ORANGE

  • By Sonali Sawant

A hybrid between pomelo (Citrus maxima) and mandarin (Citrus reticulate) orange is citrus species fruit, with pH ranging from 2.9 to 4. The ratio of sugar and acids decides the sweetness or sourness of the orange. The name orange is derived from a Sanskrit word "naranga" of the Dravidian origin. There are many species of oranges and distinguished based on the country where it is grown.  The volatile organic compounds like aldehyd... Read more

  • By Sonali Sawant

An hour of exercise a day, keeps the illness and disease at bay- New Age Child Health Mantra

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

While for adults exercise means working out in the gym, running on a treadmill, or lifting weights; for kids exercise means playing games and being physically active. Kids exercise when they have gym class at school, during school breaks, during dance classes, basketball practice, tennis game, cycling to school or even when playing tag team. Loads of Benefits of Exercise for kids: Stronger bones and muscles Less chances of b... Read more

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

Foods To Improve Haemoglobin Levels In Children

  • By Priya Karkera

Doctor! Can u tell me how do I improve my child’s haemoglobin?? Well, Pediatricians hear this question way too frequently in their clinics. Our pediatric nutritionist team at Fitterfly intends to help you unfold the fact files towards boosting your child’s haemoglobin levels just by going the natural way with easy food tips. Haemoglobin is the pigment that gives blood its colour. If the blood cells are removed, then the resulti... Read more

  • By Priya Karkera

Foods That Boost Child Immunity against infections

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

The Immune System of our body consists of group of cells, proteins, tissues and organs that fight against germs and infections. In an infant’s first few months of life, the immune system is not fully developed. However,infants are protected by antibodies passed on from their mother's placenta before their birth. During the initial months after birth, mother’s milk is said to build the child’s immunity.Breast milk is rich in colos... Read more

  • By Dr. Arbinder Singal

Disclaimer: All information here, including text, images, tables, videos and any other content is for your knowledge only and we do not guarantee any specific result by following these recommendations as it may vary from person to person. The information is not a substitute for qualified medical advice from a doctor or other medical health expert.