An Immune India
According to an analysis published in the medical journal 'Lancet,' private expenditure on health in India is close to 78% and almost 39 million people in India are pushed to poverty because of ill-health every year. It is also said that nations with less expenditure on medical facilities develop faster than those nations which spend more on medical bills.
Earlier people used to get pure fruits and vegetables,their diets were good and had a set eating pattern which helps them in developing healthy and immune body. This is completely transformed in today's competitive world where in fast paced life one thing that suffers the most is the health because nutritional demand of our body is not fulfilled as a result our immune system becomes weak and we fall sick more often.
Same is the case with children,during their growth period where they need maximum nutrition to develop a healthy immune system there eating habits don't contributes to it and hence every day or so they fall ill this is where role of Dabur Chyawanprahsh becomes important. Dabur Chyawanprash's scientifically proven formula provides three times more immunity to fight virus,flu and infections. If a child eat it daily,he/she will develop a strong immunity system which helps in fighting illness.
Its natural Ayurvedic ingredients are tried and tested for ages in providing better immunity. A strong immunity system means less illness which further means less expenditure in medical bills and reduce burden on country.'s budget. Dabur Chyawanprash's availability in mango and orange flavors has made it more popular in children which used to avoid it before for its taste. Sugar free variant is also available for health conscious people. It is used and promoted by people like Amitabh Bachchan and M.S.Dhoni and even doctors advice it to improve immune system.
This post is written for Indiblogger's An Immune India initiative by Dabur Chyawanprash.
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