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My 7-year old does not like taking vitamins. We’ve tried chewables, powdered drinks, and gummies (which she liked ok, but then we discovered they are terrible for teeth.) She will take them if I force the issue, but sometimes it’s just not worth the battle.
I recently came across MegaFood Kids Vitamin Boosters and my interest was piqued when I read that this vitamin powder could be mixed into juice or a smoothie. My daughter loves smoothies!
I announced that I was going to make her a smoothie using the new vitamins that we received, and then immediately regretted telling her. What was I thinking? Now she was going to be eyeballing it for anything “weird”. I blended everything as usual, tossed in a scoop of MegaFoods Kids Daily Immune Booster, and handed it over.
To my surprise, she loved it!! She didn’t say a word about anything tasting different. I thought that maybe she forgot that I put it in there, but a few days later she asked for “another one of those vitamin smoothies”.
We try to eat a low sugar, whole foods diet, so it is very important to me to find vitamins that don’t have a bunch of sugar and fillers. MegaFoods Kids Vitamin Boosters have no sugars, sweeteners, flavorings, colorings or preservatives. They are made with organic ingredients that come straight from the farm.
Take a look at these healthy ingredients:
Kids Daily Booster – vitamins, organic orange, organic blueberry, organic cranberry, turmeric root
Kids Daily B-Centered – vitamins, bacopa, organic chamomile flower, lemon balm
Kids Daily Immune – vitamin c, organic oranges, organic blueberry, organic cranberry, astragalus root, echinacea
I use the toss-it-in method so I don’t know measurements, but here are the ingredients for Sweetpea’s favorite smoothie. I’ll measure the next time we make it and do an update. If you make smoothies often, I highly recommend the NutriBullet. We’ve had ours for about 3 years and use it several times a week. It is so much easier than using a regular blender.
Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie
- crushed ice
- 1 frozen banana
- peanut butter
- Greek yogurt
- 1 scoop MegaFood Kids Booster
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