What is resilience and why is it so important for our children?

Resilience is the human being's ability to face any situation, even the most adverse ones, in a positive way.

Children experience, through their day to day, everything that surrounds them in their world. That experience gained with exploration is part of their growth.

Letting our little ones touch, investigate, get dirty, interact with other children, try new things are part of learning, so we also help to promote their resilience.

Resilience is the human being's ability to face any situation, even the most adverse ones, in a positive way.

►Tips to help build resilience in children

In order to develop and face the world, they must first get to know it: try new foods, meet new friends, interact and resolve conflicts with them, fail and get up again, feel the rainwater falling, get cold and hot, in short, expose yourself to the elements of the daily world…

We must avoid overprotecting them and not prevent their contact with the world around them, since that could make them children with more fears, immature and unhappy.

Resilience is not a static capacity, but one that develops throughout life. That is why it is positive to let the child discover and experience the world.

Each experience will help you build your resilience. Any experience that sparks your curiosity and is inspiring can help build your baby's resilience.

Contact with other children and with the environment is an excellent way to experience the world.

►The relationship between resilience and child nutrition

An important foundation for developing resilience is a healthy immune system: this prepares your child for experiences in the outside world that help build their resilience.

In this sense, food is a basic and very important pillar for the growth of the child, and not only because of all the nutrients that are essential for the growth of bones and muscles, but also because nutrition plays a particularly important role in the development of the system. immune.

A continuous supply of valuable nutrients, such as vitamins A, C and D, is essential for a healthy immune system. With a primed immune system, your child will be ready to discover the world.

At birth, your baby's immune system is still immature. The human immune system develops throughout life; he trains and learns. The immune system is formed mostly during the first three years.

During this time, a balanced and healthy diet will provide your child with all the essential nutrients they need so that their immune system can develop optimally.

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