PAEDIASURE SHAKE AT A GLANCE
Nutritional drink for kids aged 1-10 years
Helps to keep kids’ immune systems strong
Kids love the great taste
Available in ready-to-drink format for convenience
HELP SUPPORT YOUR KID’S GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT WITH PAEDIASURE SHAKE
Balanced nutrition is vital for kids to grow and thrive. But even healthy children can miss out on some of the nutrients they need.
PaediaSure Shake is a tasty, nutritional drink that helps children get the minerals, carbohydrates, protein and essential fatty acids they need in their diet.
PaediaSure Shake’s unique blend contains 26 essential nutrients.
Available as a 400g powder or 200ml ready-to-drink bottles.
PROTEIN, CALCIUM, VITAMIN D – for normal growth and development of bone in children
ZINC, VITAMIN A, VITAMIN C – for normal immune system function
IRON – for normal cognitive development of children
ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS – to support growth and development**
PaediaSure Shake is the first product of its kind in the UK and is designed to support kids aged 1–10 years through their most critical stages of development. Seventy percent of growth occurs in a child’s first 10 years of life1 , so it’s vital they receive the right nutrition.
PaediaSure Shake can be used alongside or in-between meals to help fill the gaps in your kid’s diet and provide the crucial nutrients they may have missed out on.
Children love the great taste of PaediaSure Shake. PaediaSure Shake 400g powder is available in three delicious flavours – chocolate, vanilla and strawberry. PaediaSure Shake 200ml ready to drink is available in chocolate and vanilla flavours.
PaediaSure Shake powder couldn’t be simpler to prepare. Just pour 190ml of water into a glass and gradually mix in five level scoops of PaediaSure Shake powder, stirring until thoroughly mixed.
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*PaediaSure Shake is a food supplement. Use whilst working towards a balanced diet.
**The beneficial effect of essential fatty acids is obtained with a daily intake of 10g linoleic acid and 2g alpha-linolenic acid.
1. WHO, 2017: http://www.who.int/childgrowth/standards/chart_catalogue/en/ Accessed 29th November 2019.