Disclosure: I received the products mentioned for review purposes. All opinions are my own.
Every parent wants their child to be healthy. With the food that we have access to nowadays, it’s tough to make sure your child is getting everything they need. We live a fast-paced, harried existence and that means our kids, just like most of us, miss out on their vitamins. Well, since all kids have to eat something, why not make sure they get their vitamins?
MegaFood Kids Nutrient Booster Powders are one way to make sure your kid gets your vitamins. It’s one more thing you can do as a parent to help your child besides giving them fruit and veggies, which most children don’t get enough of. So when I was given the chance to review the MegaFood Daily B-Centered, Kids Daily Multi, and Kids Daily Immune Nutrient Booster Powders I jumped at the chance. To be honest, this might not have been something I would have really been excited about a few months ago. However, over the summer I read a book that changed the way I think about nutrition this summer. Now, I am looking for more and more ways to give my family the best nutrition possible.
While we haven’t tried ALL of the powders yet, we have had some. And I saw ‘we’ because I tried them too. Each of the jars comes with a little scoop inside that you use to measure out a serving with.
Both my son and I have taken the Kids Daily Immune because I wanted him to take it when he was exposed to pink eye. I wanted to make sure that his body had the best chance possible of not getting the virus or, if he did get it, that it wouldn’t be too severe.
I took some of it myself a couple of days ago. I had a bad day eating, and so I took a serving (well two scoops) of one of his powders in order to get some nutrients into my body to keep my body from going too crazy from the bad food I’d put in it. I can see myself taking this every once in a while. It’s not too bad to drink. I drank mine in just a little hot water to dissolve it. I put it in about 3 tablespoons of hot water and drank it straight up.
There are recipes you can use to hide the booster powder for your children. I would recommend you give it a shot if you want a way to help your child get more nutrition in their diet. My little boy LOVES smoothies that we make at home. I mix strawberries, raspberries, banana, peaches, and orange juice and he will drink a full cup and ask for more. It’s kind of like a special treat to him. I try to do that once or twice a week because I can be sure that on those days he’ll get his servings of fruit. This would be a great way to get the MegaFood Kids Nutrient Booster Powders into your child’s diet.
I think my little guy prefers to just drink the booster mixes straight up, like me. I let him have a little honey on his tongue after taking them and tell him to think of them as medicine that his body needs to function at its best. That’s what works for us. He will not take them mixed in with something else that he likes. For him he prefers to just drink it and be done. I tend to agree.
Have you ever tried these powders? What do you think of hiding nutrients in food that your kid likes? Leave me a comment below.
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