Maria Kozhevnikova prefers that her children lead an active lifestyle even during the coronavirus pandemic. But this makes the actress and mother of many children think about how to strengthen the immunity of children. Kozhevnikova shared her ways of improving health and fighting viruses on social networks. Children of Maria Kozhevnikova lead an active lifestyle and visit not only various public places, but also hockey training. Although the actress is not going to lock her children at home, the coronavirus pandemic has made her think about how to boost her sons' immunity. Maria said that during the quarantine she plunged into the study of disease prevention and decided to share the information she found. Kozhevnikova notes that the fight against viruses is not only necessary, but can also be pleasant, for example, aromatherapy. At home, she uses eucalyptus, thyme and clove aromatic oils. They not only fill the rooms with aroma, but also help fight viruses and respiratory tract infections, says Maria. “The second is nutrition. It is helpful to include fermented foods in your diet, as our parents did. The task of such products is to normalize the work of the intestines, which means to increase immunity, and we know that our intestines "rule" the immune system by about 80%, "the actress shared. An important point, according to Kozhevnikova, is the preparation of such simple products as yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut and cottage cheese on your own. Pasteurization of store goods, as well as the additives invariably present in them, kill probiotics, which means they make the product useless for immunity. Not only mothers concerned about the health of their children share their advice on improving immunity, but also doctors. Recently, pediatrician Yevgeny Komarovsky said that it is really possible to increase the child's immunity, but this will require some effort. The most effective ways are proper nutrition, physical activity, as well as limiting the time that the child spends with gadgets in favor of active games and walks in the fresh air. By the way, the same works for adults, Komarovsky emphasizes.