Cooking with your kids is an excellent way to spend time with them productively and get a great meal at the end of it. Apart from learning the techniques, they also learn a horde of useful lessons like problem solving, creativity and improvisation. Cooking is, after all, an important life skill.
We are all born with an inexperienced immune system. Over time, our immune system grows stronger and learns to fight the various infectious agents and diseases we are exposed to in our daily lives. However, there are also things we can do to help boost our immunity.
Summer brings with it baskets of seasonal fruits like mango, chikoo, grapes, watermelon, figs and papaya. These seasonal fruits rich in micronutrients that help build immunity and they also provide a healthy dose of dietary fibre.
While I am sure my parents did the best they could to teach me to be healthy, I do feel I would have saved myself a lot of trouble as an adult had I engaged a lot more with mindful eating habits as a priority when I was a child. Of course, times were different, as we did not know of many options and ways that are accessible today.