A Healthy Child Makes A Happy Home

Children, they are the future of any nation. Their upbringing, education and both physical and mental health are of much importance than anything else. As for parents, they always try to give their children the best. Best schooling, best teachers, best manners  and culture…everything. But all these will go awry if the child suffers from ill-health. A healthy child is a happy child, and a happy child is sure to make the world a better place in every way.

Nutritional support for our children, in these days, has become more important than ever. Now one can argue on this point that wasn’t it necessary earlier? Yes, of course. But gone are those days when no preservatives were used in foods, when the soil didn’t suffer from chemical fertilizers and when, of course, the world was much free from pollution. With advent of time, with advancement of technology, everything has changed. Now our children are exposed to pollution from the very moment they see the light of this planet. The food we give them, even the most expensive ones, are gone through several processing and preservatives are used to improve the shelf-life. Moreover, some are grown far away and so when they come to the market, even though they look fresh and fine, they might have already lost the essential enzymes and other nutrients to a considerable amount. Our children are now also under stress and tension for the academic standards have increased and their awareness about the outer world and activities have increased exponentially too. The world now is more competitive and more cruel, to speak the truth.

I used to be a naughty kid :-P

I used to be a naughty kid 😛

Just one thing hasn’t changed (and will NEVER change), that is parent’s love for their children.We always want our children to lead a happy life. And the road to happy life is paved with good health. I can remember, in my childhood, whenever I suffered from cough and cold, my didun ( maternal grandmother) used to concoct an Ayurvedic syrup using Tulsi (basil), adrak (ginger), madhu (honey) and amla ( Indian gooseberry). It was a titanic task for her to make me wash down the thing for I used to throw all known tantrums. But however, she always succeeded. She had that time and patience.

But as I’ve already said, we are now on 21st century and life is faster and busier. As a working mother, I know how difficult it is to get different ends meet with a little child at home. More so when you’re intransigent on the health issue. I neither have time nor the patience of my didun to gather those ingredients and brew such concoction. But as a mother I want my son to be healthy and that he should grow natural immunity. But how? I was really worried and that was the moment Dabur Chyawanprash  came into rescue. I have complete faith on the time-tested formula of Dabur Chyawanprash. This is because after going through their website , I came to know that they not only use Amla and Giloy (Guduchi) but also 40 other natural ingredients which are essential to strengthen the natural immunity system of children. The exclusive formula of Dabur Chyawanprash helps to increase the NK cells (Natural Killer Cells, the medical terminology being ‘antibody’ ) and thereby increasing the natural internal defence system of the body up to 3 times.
Strengthening this internal defence mechanism means that my child would be protected from  various infections with his own strength, what more can a mother want?

And last but not the least, most of the vitamin tablets, tonics and their ilk are confronted by a wrinkled up nose, a despising look and crossed arms! But that is not the case with Dabur Chyawanprash…..it is accepted rather with pleasure and a smiling face. My son loves the taste! I’ve found it as a blessing. As Voltaire said, “The art of medicine consists of amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.”

Thank you Dabur Chyawanprash for making my life easier and my son’s life healthier and happier.

This post is written as an entry for Indi-Happy Hours Campaign,” A Healthy Child Makes A Happy Home”, in association with Dabur Chyawanprash and Indiblogger.in


23 responses to “A Healthy Child Makes A Happy Home

  1. Yes, so very much is expected of children but we do not give them a voice. At least not in the United States. Their ideas and opinions only become important when they are old enough to vote and pay taxes. Nevertheless, much is expected of them under great stress. You are correct though, the most important thing a child must have is love, for without that everything they do and grow to become will be corrupted. Being a parent is the hardest job in the world and all the loving, nurturing parents have my utmost respect and admiration.


    • Not only in US, it’s more or less same all over the world. Children here in India often suffer from sexual harassment and the number of pedophiles are increasing exponentially…children most of the times don’t utter a word out of sheer shock and fear and thus are easy victims. I don’t know when and how we can ensure them safety.
      Thanks for sharing your views…much appreciated.

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      • Sadly, yes, pedophiles are drawn to India and other lands as tourists for the specific purpose to sexually abuse children. It is monstrous but it happens everywhere. A child’s spirit is greatly wounded when this evil is perpetrated upon them. It so sickening


  2. Chyawanprash is healthy and a ‘must have’ thing in every house. “A healthy child makes a happy home.” My parents are so lucky 😛
    And coming to your photo Maniparna, it looks like “hey dude! I am watching you! Mind it!” kind of an expression 😀

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  3. Children are the heart of house, and yes their happiness is what we all pray for. Healthy child makes a healthy home well said, they bring immense energy and boundless joy to us. Their nature is vital and it all depends on our nurturing, and in this digital age balancing these two acts is defeating the fundamental act of child care…


  4. Our Children are our pride and joy. We love them and care for them and we let their warmth and energy fill our hearts and our homes. When this precious source of energy falls sick, its effects are felt throughout the house and it sometimes feels like the house itself has fallen ill

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