Children have a tendency to want to choose certain foods above the others and exclude important nutrient bearing ones. So no matter how nutritious the food they are eating is, it may not supply all the nutrients the child requires, all of the time. Some points to keep in mind in meal planning:

Nutrients work together in food group teams. One nutrient can not make up for the shortage of another. Foods from all the basic food groups should be eaten daily (grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy, meats, fats/oils). Variety in the child's diet balances against over consumption or deficiency of any nutrient.  Read the labels. Avoid processed, chemically altered, additive-filled etc…foods.  Buy organic when possible

Nutrition For Growth: Growth in the human body involves much more than just the developing of our bodies. It is an incredibly intricate balance of varying anatomical growth rates, physiological changes, and shifting hormone status. While growth in childhood is slower than in infancy or adolescence, energy output is high, with hard play periods that include plenty of running, jumping, and testing of new physical skills. In addition, to fuel growth and normal activity levels, a child's diet must provide for the accumulation of stores of nutrients in preparation for the accelerated growth spurts of the teen years. Children, especially girls, also need good nutrition to prepare their bodies for puberty.

How To Improve Your Child's Health

Most parents are busy and it can be a struggle to prepare healthy meals and make sure your children are getting the nutrition they need. But as caregivers, it is our responsibility to make sure they are healthy and happy. Try these easy things and take a step toward improving your child's health today.

Less Sweets And More Good Eats
1- It is very rare that you will find a young child who chooses to eat a salad over a candy bar - that is just the way kids are.  It's alright to have treats occasionally but make it a point to start incorporating healthy foods, like fruit and vegetables, into their daily diet and start removing some of those sugary, high fat snacks. So next time they go to grab a bag of chips and cookies toss them some vegi sticks or a fruit cup instead.

2- Keep your children active. Make an effort to drag your kids away from the TV and get them outside playing. Enroll them in sports, take them to the park and do whatever you can to get your child healthy and active. If you start these activities and interest at a young age, they are more likely to continue them throughout adolescence and into adulthood.

Pharmaceutical Grade

Ingredients: Vitamin A (as retinyl acetate), Vitamin C ( as ascorbic acid), Vitamin D (as cholecalciferol), Vitamin E (as dl-alpha tocopheryl acetate), Thiamin (as thiamin mononitrate), Riboflavin, Niacin (as niacinamide), Vitamin B-6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride), Folic Acid, Vitamin B-12 (as cyanocobalamin).

Suggested Use:
As a dietary supplement, chew one tablet daily


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