I’ve honestly never been a happier mother than in the last 30 days. Having recently started my #90dayswithPediaSure experiment, my 3 year old is delighted too! I’m just glad to share the experience of using PediaSure Nutrition and ensuring my child’s nutritional requirement is taken care of. I think PediaSure is playing the role of promoting his health very well.
My kiddo quite likes the taste of PediaSure for kids in the chocolate flavour with milk. In fact sometimes I churn the PediaSure powder, with milk, in the blender and call it a chocolate milkshake; she’s still obviously quite happy to have it. It’s my own simple little PediaSure recipe. Giving her PediaSure twice a day puts me at ease because I know her stomach is filled in between her main meals and her nutritional needs are also getting well supplemented.
The best part about PediaSure usage is that our meals are now happy occasions where I don’t feel stressed and don’t have to chase her around to finish every bite of food. Also, in effect, she eats a lot better. Now we are done with our meals in a record 20 minutes which would earlier last up to an hour. It’s not like PediaSure nutrition substitutes meals, but the very fact that you have something to supplement their main meals, just automatically helps. It helps provide a better reaction to their fussy behaviour where normally you would’ve gotten stressed. I nonetheless ensure that her meals are balanced, but PediaSure just helps a ton in filling in any gaps.
Instead of giving her just plain milk in the morning, I have started adding PediaSure powder and thus, even if breakfast is cut short, I know she has not been short-changed in terms of her nutritional needs. Her energy levels in school have been higher and moreover, she is not getting hit by viruses and colds which she’s normally susceptible to, especially during the winter months. I also give her a glass of PediaSure to drink before her evening playtime, which again, helps in boosting her energy levels.
PediaSure nutrition works super well when we are travelling because that’s the time, typically, when meal timings get messed up. I’ve also read about some other fantastic PediaSure recipes too that I plan on trying a few out. I’ll be sure to include how they turn out in my next post on PediaSure feedback.
One of the best things about PediaSure is that it is available locally in most places – general stores, chemists etc. I normally buy PediaSure online.
Although PediaSure approached me to review their product as part of their #90DaysWithPediaSure campaign, all views and opinions expressed in my posts are my own. So follow me on #MyPediaSureJourney as I continue to show you just how well the supplement is working out for my child over the next few weeks.