Choosing the Right Nutrition

There are a few suggestions to ease your decision-making process:

Talking to your pediatrician will determine what your child needs for their optimum growth. They will ask a variety of questions about your child’s eating habits, activities, medical history, and measure various growth indicators. You’ll be more informed with recommendations of daily nutritional requirements that you need to look out for.

Did you know, taste is the number one factor that affects your child’s choice of nutrition supplement?  It’s important to identify your child’s taste preference. PediaSure is available in two flavors: Vanilla and Strawberry. Trying out different flavors is helpful to ensure your child gets the right nutrients based on his or her taste preference.

Every child has different nutritional requirements as he or she grows up. Make sure you read the labels on the packaging before making your purchases. Your child needs the right nutrients at the right amounts to support his or her growing years. PediaSure provides complete and balanced nutrition for children to sustain physical growth optimally.

If your child is a picky-eater, he or she may not have a well-rounded diet with adequate daily nutritional intake. What makes one nutrition supplement brand different from the next is the specific amount of proteins, carbohydrates, and other nutrients in combination with each other.1 Make sure you review the ingredients on the back of the product package in detail.2

You finally decided on a brand. Your child loves the taste of the brand you chose and and discover how it contributes to your child’s growth journey. Every decision you make impacts your child’s future. Start with choosing the right nutrition supplement. PediaSure, a scientifically formulated child nutrition supplement to support your child’s growth and development. With the right nutrition, your child can achieve optimal physical growth in the future.

Reference
1. Food and Nutrition Research 2013. 57: 21836 – http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/fnr.v57i0.21836
2. Alarcon P et al. Pediatr.2003; 42: 209-217
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