Supports Brain Development - Contains neuro nutrients like Iron, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Iodine, Choline and Taurine which supports brain development
Growth Nutrients for Height and weight gain - Contains growth nutrients that provide complete balanced nutrition and is scientifically shown to increase height and weight
Carbohydrates in it provide energy, protein helps support muscle development, Calcium, Vitamin D and magnesium support bone development
Immunonutrients to help support immunity - Vitamin C, E, Zinc and selenium: These are known as “Antioxidants” to fight against free radicals
Also contains Copper to support Immunity and keep your child healthy
Skim milk powder, Sucrose, Edible Vegetable Oil (High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Soy Oil), Maltodextrin, Sodium Casseinate, Minerals, Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) Oil, Milk Solids (Whey Protein concentrate), Cocoa Powder (2.0%), Fructo- Olligosaccharides (FOS) 1.94%, Flavouring Vitamins,Myo Inositol, Taurine, Lactobacillus acidophillus(0.01%), L- Carnitine, Bifidobacterium spp. (0.0035%). CONTAINS ADDED FLAVOR (Artificial Flavouring Substance).
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PediaSure Chocolate flavoured health drink helps make for an exciting breakfast supplement as well, complimenting an incomplete breakfast for kids who are fussy eating and always on the go. PediaSure provides adequate nutrition in the form of a balanced diet which is one of the most influential factors for your child’s immunity and growth. Pediasure is the No.1 Pediatrician prescribed nutrition powder for kids.
How to use: Add 2 Scoops of PediaSure health drink powder to 150 ml of whole milk.
Recommended number of servings for your kid – 2 servings per day.
For Consumption in water add 5 scoops of PediaSure health drink powder to 190 ml of water.
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