Pediasure for great nutrition and a Mini-Fridge Giveaway filled with Pediasure!

***This is a partnered post with PediaSure. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.**

 Pediasure for great nutrition and a Mini Fridge Giveaway filled with Pediasure!Last month, I told you that Hayley is my budding artist in the family. She draws pictures all day long and they always end up on our refrigerator by the end of the day. To make sure she has these Fridgworthy moments, we  always have Pediasure on hand to provide complete nutrition to her. PediaSure is packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and DHA to ensure that those Fridgworthy moments keep going strong.

Equally, my son is now beginning to write his name and every time he does it successfully, we tape his final products on our refrigerator. I love that at 3, he is spelling his name, and I could not be prouder of him. We also give him one Pediasure every morning to make sure he gets a good drink with full nutritional value. We make sure our cabinet is always stocked with Pediasure to give my kids the nutrition and energy to start the day.

10612690 10152670088744356 5599396763904961060 n Pediasure for great nutrition and a Mini Fridge Giveaway filled with Pediasure!Pediasure is a great way to  promote healthy growth in both mind and body! Here is just some of the wonderful advantages of giving your children Pediasure:

-Clinically proven to promote growth and development
-Enriched with DHA (omega 3 fatty acids), an essential part of a growing child’s diet, which can usually only be found in fatty fish and nuts
-25 essential vitamins and minerals in a patented, easily digestible formula for optimal digestion and metabolization
Multiple formulations for parents who just want to be sure their kids get all the nutrition than need to parents of children with nutrition and weight gain issues

Pediasure is ideal for full health and growth in children. I am a huge advocate of giving my kids Pediasure to give them the nutritional energy so they can have a great day everyday and are able to create those wonderful Fridgworthy moments.

Win it: One winner will receive a branded mini-fridge filled with Pediasure. This giveaway is run via rafflecopter so click read more to see the actual giveaway. The only mandatory entry is to tell me check out Pediasure and tell me what you learned by visiting the site. While the other entries are optional, I highly recommend filling it out to increase your chances of winning. US only. Good luck!
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  1. latanya says

    Trans fats — the kind found in fast food and processed food — are tied with lower brain volume and worse cognitive performance. In other words, junk food makes your brain smaller and slower.

  2. says

    Great giveaway! I worked in a special day home while in college and we gave the children Pediasure to keep them healthy and I know it is a fabulous brand and product!

  3. says

    I learned that it’s okay to think a sport is too rough for your child because sometimes, it really is!! Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

  4. Sonya Morris says

    I learned the six superfoods that have been shown to improve memory and concentration are fruit, whole grain foods, avocado, nuts & seeds, beans, and chocolate.

  5. Mary Beth Elderton says

    I learned about “Brain Building” foods for kids—and am pleased to know that mine like all of these. Unfortunately, the littlest grand-daughter has had many problems with asthma, ear and throat infections, etc. Pediasure is the go-to for making sure she gets the nutrition she needs.

  6. Anastasia Falling says

    I learned that they have a lot of health & kid related articles like “6 Superfood Brain-Building Snacks for Kids” :)

  7. Marti Tabora says

    I learned that they have a ton of great information on kids and health and a lot of great articles like How to Keep ‘I Quit’ Out of Your Kids’ Sports Playbook.

  8. Vickie Couturier says

    ive never given this to the kids before,but they have had the clear form when they were sick,,I think they would love this too

  9. says

    You know, I’ve never used Pediasure with either of my kids, but both can be semi-picky and it sounds like it would be a great and healthy alternative on those days when I’m just not confident they had well rounded meals!

  10. Jen Rodrigues says

    Junk food can damage your child brain. Wow scary and crazy. Its very important to give your child the right nutrition.

  11. Mary Cloud says

    I learned junk food and fast food can make your brain smaller and dumber due to trans fats
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  12. Sarah Hayes says

    i learned how damaging junk food can be for a toddlers brain and that their are great super food snack options to give them instead

  13. Rebecca w says

    My daughter is almost 2 yrs and we give her Pediasure every other day… She is small for her age and the doctor recommended.

  14. Piper says

    I learned anout a kindergartner who had to sign a suicide contract for making a crayon pew pew. Also anout brain foods.

  15. Jake B says

    They have a section to meet other moms to chat, trade stories, and swap advice in our parenting groups. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  16. Sacha Schroeder says

    I learned they have a lot of great articles including one on harsh sports for kids and 6 Superfood Brain-Building Snacks for Kids.

  17. DeAnna Keller says

    I learned the six superfoods that have been shown to improve memory and concentration are fruit, whole grain foods, avocado, nuts & seeds, beans, and chocolate.

  18. Michele Cupp says

    Avocados are full of healthy antioxidants as well as healthy monounsaturated fat, which boosts satisfaction.

  19. Debra S says

    If your kid is not enthusiastic about playing a sport, don’t push them! It’s okay to not be so rabid about sports.

  20. Barbara Butler says

    I learned that Fast food can make you dumb. Seriously. Trans fats — the kind found in fast food and processed food — are tied with lower brain volume and worse cognitive performance. In other words, junk food makes your brain smaller and slower.

  21. Carol Nine says

    I learned that there is a Pediasure Powder that you can make a shake with. This would be a great way to get children to drink it.

  22. e michelle says

    i learned that pedisure can in a few different flavors I need to start buying it to supplement my picky eaters esp for in the morning!

  23. ELIZABETH C. says

    I learned all about the superfood brainbuilding snacks for kids. It was great to read about it. Fortunately, my kids already eat all of these foods and they love them!

  24. Kelly D says

    I learned about super foods for kids, such as beans, fruits and avocado that will help their energy and concentration.

  25. says

    I liked the post about not pushing kids too hard too early in organized sports. It’s not about not encouraging kids to get into sports. It’s about not pushing the kids way too hard at a time when it might be too early for them or when they’re not yet ready for it. Encourage, yes. Push too hard, no.

  26. says

    I learned that it’s important if you enroll your kids in organized sports at an early age to not push them too hard. You need to be sure that the kids associate fun with sports rather than feel the need to be so competitive at an early age.

  27. amy pugmire says

    I learned that A new study on food and your brain just came out with disturbing results: Fast food can make you dumb. Seriously. Trans fats — the kind found in fast food and processed food — are tied with lower brain volume and worse cognitive performance. In other words, junk food makes your brain smaller and slower.

  28. Nichole says

    When kids want to quit sports, try to find out why before reminding them how much it costs for them to play. Thank you!

  29. FRANK says

    I learned that Pickup basketball games, playing catch with a friend or soccer matches where the goals are shirts on the ground are sports, too.

  30. G Andolina says

    always glad to have something to feed the kids so that on the long roadtrips junk food is not the alternative

  31. G Andolina says

    oops, forgot to say that i am glad for the inclusion of omega 3 fatty acids. Very important to build a basis for cardiac health.

  32. says

    I had no idea about the Omega fatty acids. They had my daughter on Pediasure when she was young due to being born premature and she has always been small in size and they wanted to be certain she was getting all the nutrients necessary!

  33. Sarah C says

    I learned that Pediasure is clinically proven to help kids grow. My daughter has a hard time gaining weight, this would really help her out.

  34. Donna Cheatle says

    I learned that it’s not always a good idea to push kids into group sports while they are still very young.

  35. katherine says

    Trans fats — the kind found in fast food and processed food — are tied with lower brain volume and worse cognitive performance

  36. cylina williams says

    Lots of great sports info. Having older kids I used a lot of tactics they mentioned, never pushed them into it and made it what it is suppose to be, Fun!

  37. wen budro says

    I learned that junk food can damage a child’s brain and that seeds, nuts, and Pediasure can help them develop and stay healthy.

  38. Nancy C says

    I learned that this is a site where people can join and post ideas such as “Favorite Rainy Day Activities”.

  39. Dorrie Turner says

    On the article of healthy snacking I learned a little more about good-for-you snack tips: Try to balance protein, carbohydrates, and fat in each meal and snack, which will help increase satisfaction and decrease hunger. And don’t overlook hydration — kids don’t get a lot of opportunities to drink anything during the school day, so make sure they get plenty of water or milk along with their snack.

  40. Kathy Hanley says

    I learned about PediaSure SideKicks which I have never tried before. What is good about them is that they have all of the vitamins of the original but less calories which is good if your child is a picky eater but actually eats enough calories but not the right foods.

  41. Michelle H. says

    I read the article “6 Superfood Brain-Building Snacks for Kids” and read why certain foods are better choices as snacks for kids.

  42. Kathy Davis says

    I learned that Trans fats — the kind found in fast food and processed food — are tied with lower brain volume and worse cognitive performance.

  43. Karen O says

    The first thing that caught my eye when I clicked the link was “Junk Food Could Damage Your Toddler’s Brain”. YIKES! The article I read was very informative. I learned that Trans Fats can cause a reduction in brain volume, and it can make cognitive functioning slower. To quote the author/authors, “if there’s vegetable shortening, partially hydrogenated anything … just put it down.”

  44. says

    I learned fruits and nuts are a good snack for the brain however I already knew that but I do know that my kids love Pediasure although it is extremely expensive and I buy it when I can.

  45. Shea Adams says

    I learned that when your child is in sports and has a problem if you can not get the answer for the problem from your son then to talk to their coach like you would their teacher.

  46. Rebecca says

    PediaSure products sold in the retail market are designed to provide a source of complete, balanced nutrition for children 2 to 13 years of age for supplemental oral use. In the hospital setting or under the care of a physician PediaSure may be used as sole-source nutrition or as a supplement. PediaSure is designed for both short-term and long-term nutrition support. As with any nutritional product used as sole-source nutrition, a child using PediaSure in this way should have close medical supervision.

  47. robin phillips-knotts says

    I.learned.that.pediasure.has.many.important.ingredients.that.are.great.for.kids…my.granddaughter.is.an.extremely.picky.eater…I.should.check.it.out.for.her.

  48. says

    I learned that some of the benefits of drinking water include:
    Digestion support
    Constipation prevention
    Proper blood circulation
    Water also helps transport nutrients and oxygen to cells, regulate body temperature, and maintain electrolyte (sodium) balance.

  49. Kim Reid says

    I learned the 6 Superfood Brain-Building Snacks for Kids are Fruit, Whole Grain foods, Avocado, Nuts/Seeds, Beans and Chocolate!

  50. Sandra Gray says

    I guess that I should have realized it but kids really don’t drink much during the school day. Basically maybe a few drinks from a fountain or such between classes, or a small snack time or lunch, so they need to drink more water at home. I also didn’t know that orange slices are a classic and good halftime soccer game snack bc of the water content and the quick energy boost they offer.

  51. tina reynolds says

    I learned that junk food can hurt your kids brains and they actually list foods that can boost brain power instead of hurting

  52. April Bever says

    I knew that junk food wasn’t the best choice for a toddler but I didn’t know that it can actually damage the childs brain.

  53. saralynns2 says

    Beans, fruits, and avocado are super fruits for kids… Also, there is a part of the site for exchanging info with other parents :)

  54. Peggy Rydzewski says

    Trans fats — the kind found in fast food and processed food — are tied with lower brain volume and worse cognitive performance. In other words, junk food makes your brain smaller and slower.

  55. Carolyn Daley says

    I learned that avocado is a great superfood and “brain building” snack for kids. Avocado is full of healthy antioxidants

  56. ruksana m says

    I learned that Pediasure is clinically proven to help kids grow. I daughter was a picky eater so I used to give her Pediasure to help her grow and same with my son now :)

  57. Michelle says

    It’s okay to let your baby cry- one mother said you are teaching him/her to self soothe and helping to set limits early. I also liked the article about rainy day activities- as silly as it sounds I have never thought of baking as a rainy day activity but it’s the perfect one!

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