Just sprinkle and mix to make most any meal high protein (whether they know it or not).

Try using the vanilla or chocolate flavored proteins for sweet dishes and our original flavor for savory dishes.Mix it with their favorite…
· Yogurt or nut butter
· Milk, juice or water
· Fruits or veggies, cinnamon, squeeze of honey and ice for a delicious smoothie
· Cold salad dressing, dipping or pasta sauces
· Oatmeal or other cereal

Practice makes perfect
Remember to start with a small amount and slowly add more so you don’t end up with a flavor or consistency your child might not want to try again.Play it safe
Treat the protein powder the same as you would your family vitamins and keep it out of reach of kids. Make sure you are following recommended protein guidelines for your child’s age, gender and physical condition, and that you are the one doing the measuring and blending.

How Much Protein Does My Child Need?

Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for Protein
Grams of protein needed each day
Children ages 1-3 13
Children ages 4-8 19
Children ages 9-13 34
Girls ages 14-18 46
Boys ages 14-18 52
Growing Naturals Rice Proteins
1⁄2 Scoop = 12 g Protein 1 Scoop = 24 g Protein 2 Scoops = 48 g Protein
1⁄2 Scoop = 12 g Protein 1 Scoop = 24 g Protein 2 Scoops = 48 g Protein
Growing Naturals Pea Proteins
1⁄2 Scoop = 7.5 g Protein 1 Scoop = 15 g Protein 2 Scoops = 30 g Protein
1⁄2 Scoop = 7.5 g Protein 1 Scoop = 15 g Protein 2 Scoops = 30 g Protein

Keep in Mind:

  • RDAs are the estimated amounts of nutrient needed for normal growth as determined by the Food & Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine.
  • A Dietitian or Physician should be consulted before supplementing a child’s diet with any protein powder
  • Not intended for use as sole protein or energy source unless recommended/cleared by a Dietitian or Physician
  • Individual protein needs may vary based on child’s individual health and physical activity
  • These products are not a milk substitute and do not contain all essential vitamins and minerals required during childhood and adolescence

 

 

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