Getting kids to eat their five a day the easy way

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Many parents struggle to get children to eat the recommended five serves of vegetables and three of fruit every day — and sometimes mealtimes can feel more like a battlefield. So, what if you could get your little tykes queuing up for their daily multi-nutrients?

Nuzest has designed a multi-nutrient mint-choc smoothie that could take the fight out of healthy eating for kids.

Kids Good Stuff delivers all the essential vitamins and minerals for healthy growth, development and learning—plus greens, veggies, berries, pre- and probiotics, digestive enzymes and other trace nutrients.

With more than 60 ingredients including superfoods like blueberries, broccoli, sprouts, spinach, spirulina, kelp and red marine algae; Kids Good Stuff is fortified with pea protein and 24 vitamins and minerals.

“Our formulation has been designed to appeal to kids’ taste buds while supplying ingredients the way they naturally occur in food, wherever possible,” says Kids Good Stuff co-formulator and nutrition expert, Cliff Harvey.

“This means that key vitamins like Vitamin B12, Vitamin B9 (folate), Vitamin D3, Vitamin A and Vitamin E are delivered in their bioactive form – the form which is most easily absorbed and used by children.

“These are important building blocks for a strong immune system, growth, development and boundless energy.  Sadly, cheaper less effective forms are often found in children’s multivitamin products.”

Kids Good Stuff is allergy-friendly with no gluten, egg, dairy, soy or nuts and is free from GMOs, additives, preservatives and added sugar or add to bliss balls and raw slices.

One 15g daily serve goes a long way towards helping children meet or exceed the recommended daily intake (RDI) for 21 vitamins and minerals.

To make a delicious Kids Good Stuff smoothie just add your favourite chilled milk or water and shake, blend or stir and serve.

Kids Good Stuff is not a meal replacement but is designed to add a convenient, multi-nutrient boost to fill the gaps between meals the healthy way.

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