MegaFood Booster Powders for Kids #MomsMeet #megafood
September 26, 2016
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It is not always easy to get my son to eat fruit or vegetables. Oh sure, I offer them all the time, sometimes I offer two, but its a texture thing with him, and he may take after his Dad: a meat and potato man. Yet, I still try, and now, on days when I think a little boost is needed, I have been trying a scoop of MegaFood's Kids Daily Multi or Kids Daily Immune Powder into our food for added nutrients. (sneaky ideas below).
MegaFood has partnered with Kauai Organic Farms, Lundberg Family Farms, and
Uncle Matt’s Organic to prepare kid-friendly powders that can be easily slipped into just about anything, making good nutrition easy to swallow.
MegaFood Kids Booster Powders are perfect for
children who might have difficulty swallowing a multi-vitamin, or like my son, who just does not like the texture of some fruit and vegetables. MegaFood supplements are powders, so they are easy to digest, therefore, easy on the stomach. They are also free from gluten, dairy,
soy, pesticides, and herbicides and contain no sugars, sweeteners, flavorings, colorings or preservatives!
There are three kids nutrient powders to support the health and well-being of
children ages five years and older:
• Kids Daily Multi: Kids Daily Multi promotes well-being and healthy
development, with organic turmeric, carrots, fresh fruits and 23
essential vitamins and minerals per serving.*
• Kids Daily B-Centered: Kids Daily B-Centered featuring Lundberg
Family Farms organic brown rice, provides daily support for mental
focus, cognitive function, and a sense of calmness.* Formulated with
a full spectrum of FoodState® B Vitamins, this blend supports healthy
mental and physical energy levels.*
• Kids Daily Immune: Kids Daily Immune, featuring oranges from Uncle
Matt’s Organic and elderberry & echinacea, promotes and helps to
strengthen a healthy immune response year round.*
*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is
not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Sneaky Tips from Sneaky Mom Sneakerson:
While I am not one to be sneaky in any way, I can see the upside to adding a little nutrients to my kids food without them knowing. MegaFood recommends adding one level scoop (scoop provided) to 6-8 ounces of your
child’s favorite smoothie, shake, or juice, or incorporating it into an easy,
no-bake recipe for a fun treat.
no bake desserts.
Do you have a sneaky tip to add to the list?
I have been trying to incorporate these great nutrients into a few of our snacks, but, the kids have not gone for it yet. I tried my own version of the smoothie recipe below, we didn't have an orange, so I replaced it with ice cream hahaha yet, I think because they could see the specks of carrot, they were put off. I tried it in cranberry juice, but I don't think I mixed it long enough, I might try orange juice, next. We also tried applesauce, to no avail. There is a smell to the powder and it did darken the food a little, maybe adding a little grit. Yet, I hope to find something we can use it with and enjoy, because these nutrients are so good for a growing body.
Have you tried any supplement powders? We would love any suggestions you would like to share!
Recipe for MegaFood's Super Sunny Smoothie:
2 ripe bananas (frozen bananas will add more creaminess)
1 orange, peeled and segmented
1 cup almond milk (or other non-dairy beverage)
1 carrot, peeled and cut up into 1 inch pieces
1 cup ice
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 scoops MegaFood Kids Daily Immune Nutrient Booster Powder
Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth
More About MegaFood:
Megafood has been in New Hampshire since 1973. They start with fresh, local food, and use their Slo-Food Process producing wholesome nutrients for adults and kids.