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What foods to avoid during monsoons

Yay! The monsoon is finally here! Now we can all get some relief from the persistent summer heat and enjoy some cool breeze and pretty rain! Everyone loves the monsoon – and it definitely stirs up an appetite – especially for fried, spicy foods! However, this is also the time for you to be most careful of what your child eats, as the rain and humidity bring a whole range of infections, bacteria and viruses. To help you and your child enjoy a healthy monsoon, our Proparent blogger Reetika Arora shares a list of foods that are best consumed during the monsoon and which to avoid – • Which fruits are best to help keep your child’s natural immunity on the up and up! • How to boost your child’s digestion with different spices like pepper and ginger. • The best snack foods for those in-between-mealtime munchies. • Which foods are best avoided during the monsoon – which fruits are not safe, and more… Read ahead to find out how to keep your child healthy, happy and well-fed this monsoon…


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Gayatri Gaur

| Aug 24, 2017

can i give banana to my son of 1. 5 year old during rainy

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Deepika Vinoth

| Aug 07, 2017

Worried about your child contracting an illness during the monsoon? We bring you a list of foods and nutrient-rich recipes that you must include in her diet to keep her healthy. https://www.parentcircle.com/article/healthy-monsoon-foods-for-your-toddler/

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 Huda Shaikh

| Aug 03, 2017

Hi Puloma,Yes Puloma because mango is a seasonal fruit (summer season) and it can lead to tummy upset if consumed during the rainy season. Also if you see the composition of mango it is 84% water and 16% sugar which is why there are higher chances of bacterial and fungal growth. Try giving your child other seasonal fruits like plum,cherries,pear,papaya and pomegranate. Replace the mangoes with these fruits.

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puloma pandey

| Aug 03, 2017

Thanks for the worthful blog. I never knew mangoes should be avoided during monsoons , my baby loves to have mangoes, what should I do?

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