What do you do when you know your child is not getting his or her full nutritional requirements? You could struggle with them to get them to eat more vegetables, fruits, protein, whatever it is that they are lacking, or you could present them with a delicious, nutritious drink that provides them with 25 essential vitamins and minerals, seven grams of muscle-building protein and key antioxidants.
That’s right BOOST Kid Essentials Drink provides all that, and it tastes great too! Available in Chocolate, Strawberry and Vanilla flavors, you will have no problems getting your child to drink this. I know, because Genius has downed three of the Chocolate samples we were generously given, and keeps asking if she can have another one. It makes me feel good to know that when I think that there are gaps in her nutrition I can let her drink one of these, and she is getting all that she needs.
What is unique about this nutritional drink over the rest of the ones you can pick off the shelf, is that it contains probiotics; which are live, active cultures that–when consumed in adequate amounts–provide several health benefits, including aiding digestion and supporting a healthy immune system. Together, the power of immune-strengthening probiotics plus complete, balanced nutrition gives parents a delicious option to help keep their children strong and healthy.
In an effort to get the healthiest foods into my daughter’s body, I’ve become very careful at checking ingredients in products. BOOST Kid Essentials Drink tops my list because it doesn’t contain high fructose corn syrup to aid in flavoring. It is also lactose and gluten free, which is a relief for parents who are looking for a nutritional supplement for children who may have dairy or wheat allergies.
The packages are spill resistant and easy to grip, which is great for little and big kids. The only problem we found is that the packaging for the straw is not that easy to open. Out of the three drinks that Genius consumed she was only able to open the straw herself once, and the two that I opened, I even had trouble with. That may be a good or bad thing, depending on how you look at it. It might be a good thing, because your kids are going to love this drink and they are going to want to have them all the time!
BOOST Kid Essentials Drink is available at most major food, discount and drug stores, at a suggested retail price of $11.89 for a package of 6 drinks.
GIVEAWAY OVER – THIS POST WAS WRITTEN JANUARY 25/2009.
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