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PediaSure® Overview

Experts say that 60% of a child’s bone growth1 happens by age 6—making this development phase crucial, filled with potential and promise.

You will notice significant increase in your child’s physical and mental development during this age. Also remember that any gaps in nutrition during these prime years could affect growth. For example, in the case of fussy eaters2.

The right nutrition is key to make the most of this critical growth phase. Which is why the new3 PediaSure®, is now added with growth nutrients Arginine and Vitamin K2. Together, these nutrients will help support bones grow longer4 and stronger5!

Kids Immunity & Growth in 90 Days

The nutrient Arginine is found in protein rich foods, and its consumption has shown an increased growth rate in children. In fact, a clinical study shows that children with low height for their age, have lower levels of arginine, (*when compared to non-stunted children)10. Arginine stimulates the growth plates near the end of the bone, helping them lengthen, and enabling their optimal growth. Mainly found in dairy products and meat, Vitamin K2 supports bone health by activating osteocalcin, a protein that helps calcium reach bones- making them strong and healthy.

PediaSure is the No.1 Paediatrician prescribed brand6, which helps support immunity and gives visible growth in 90 days7. It provides complete, balanced nutrition8 for children 2 years and above. Formulated with 37 nutrients8, PediaSure® is scientifically shown to help increase height and weight, reduce chances of infection & sick days*

PediaSure® contains nutrients such as Taurine, Choline and Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids that help support brain development. Its kids liked taste9 is available in chocolate and vanilla flavours. It also comes in kesar badaam flavour.

PediaSure is a hallmark Abbott brand, trusted by mothers in over 80 countries for providing adequate nutrition for their children.**

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Disclaimers/References:
  1. *% of median HFA for girls & boys at 19 yrs vs 6 yrs as per WHO growth charts https://www.who.int/childgrowth/standards/en
  2. Kumar KP et al. Int J Contemp Pediatr. 2018 May;5(3):714-719
  3. New PediaSure pack label vs Old PediaSure pack label
  4. Van Vught AJ et al. Br J Nutr (2013), (Adequate diet with protein intake)
  5. Van Summeren MJ et al. Br J Nutr (2008); Maresz K. Integr Med (Encinitas). 2015. (Adequate diet along with Calcium, Vit D, Vit C, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Zinc)
  6. CMARC CPR data of MAT February 2021
  7. Alarcon P. Clin Pediatr.2003; Ghosh et al JIMR, 2018(Among children with URTI) (in children at nutritional risk, when given in conjunction with dietary counselling)
  8. PDS CCD dated 1st of March'21
  9. Based on Consumer Study (Oct – Nov’20) Ipsos Pvt Ltd
  10. R.D. Semba et al. EBioMedicine 6 (2016)

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