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Does eating figs boosts immunity?

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Yes, Figs rich in minerals and vitamin A; hence, this is highly nutritious for toddlers. Children have an inclination for all things sweet, therefore including figs and dates from an elementary stage can help your child easily develop his taste for these foods that help build his/her immunity.

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Figs contain antioxidants, which help in boosting your immunity.

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