Nutrition is a major influence on physical and mental growth and development in early life. Research shows that good nutrition goes hand-in-hand with the well-being of children and their potential learning ability, thus contributing to better school performance!1

Many factors play a role in the healthy growth and development of children. Diet, exercise, mental stimulation, as well as overall health, are all important on the journey through childhood.

The right nutrients, in the right amounts, together with vitamins and minerals are needed by their little bodies so that children grow up healthy and strong. Their developing immune systems also need the right nutrients, to support their health and to fight infection or illness. And energy – just as important - is the energy they need to be active and explore their worlds.2-8

But what happens if your child is a picky eater, or has feeding issues and isn’t getting the right nutrients? We know and understand that many moms face these types of situations daily, and then worry about the negative impact these situations have on their children’s weight, growth, immunity and development.

This is why it is important to have nutritional support that can provide your child with the essential nutrients in the recommended amounts, for when they are not getting them, for whatever reason, in their diets.

PediaSure®, with the TRIPLE SURE SYSTEM, is a clinically proven child nutritional supplement and a source of ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS for growth and hard-to-feed concerns:3,5,6,8,10

PediaSure® delivers clinically proven dietary and growth results:4,5,8



References: 1. Pérez-Rodrigo C and Aranceta J. School-based nutrition education: lessons learned and new perspectives. Public Health Nutr 2001;4(1A):131-139. 2. Nicklas TA and Hayes D. Position of the American Dietetic Association: Nutrition Guidance for Healthy Children Ages 2 to 11 Years. J Am Diet Assoc 2008;108:1038-1047. 3. Fiore P, Castagnola E and Merolla R. Effect of Nutritional Intervention on Physical Growth in Children at Risk of Malnutrition. Int Pediatr 2002;17(3):179-183. 4. Huynh DTT, Estorninos E, Capeding MR, et al. Impact of long-term use of oral nutritional supplement on nutritional adequacy, dietary diversity, food intake and growth of Filipino preschool children. J Nutr Sci 2016;5(e20):1-11. 5. Huynh DTT, Estorninos E, Capeding RZ, et al. Longitudinal growth and health outcomes in nutritionally at-risk children who received long-term nutritional intervention. J Hum Nutr Diet. 2015. doi:10.1111/jhn.12306. 6. Golden NH, Abrams SA and Committee on Nutrition. Optimizing Bone Health in Children and Adolescents. Pediatrics 2014;134(4):e1229-e1243. doi: 10.1542/peds.2014-2173. 7. Maggini S, Wintergerst ES, Beveridge S, et al. Selected vitamins and trace elements support immune function by strengthening epithelial barriers and cellular and humoral immune responses. Br J Nutr 2007;98(Suppl. 1):S29-S35. 8. Alarcon PA, Lin L-H, Noche Jr. M, et al. Effect of Oral Supplementation on Catch-Up Growth in Picky Eaters. Clin Pediatr 2003;42:209-217. 9. Calder PC. Mechanisms of Action of (n-3) Fatty Acids. J Nutr 2012;142:592S-599S. 10. PediaSure® Product Label.