A mother always wants the best kind of nutrition for her child. The present day and age makes the task tougher despite an availability of rows and rows of products promising nutrition in various forms. How does she zero in on something that ensures the best, tailor-made meal for her child?
While values of a wholesome breakfast are well known, and time and again the importance of the ‘most important meal of the day’ is reminded to kids by mums, it is still a struggle for mothers to get their kids to enjoy the breakfast process, with huge instances of dislike towards milk! And then for snacks there is junk food and a tantalizing desire to grab that burger and a soft drink.
Time, of course, has a crucial role to play and in between waking up, getting ready for school and getting back home after a long day is draining for a school going child – of every age. A mother indeed has a tough life figuring a daily healthy, tasty nutrition format in a short span that comes packed with the goodness of fruits, vegetables, pulses and minerals. Getting a kid to consume all of that can be safely concluded to be not an easy task.
Vitamins are essential organic nutrients, most of which are not made in the body or only in insufficient amounts, and are mainly obtained through food.
Keeping in mind the current lifestyle and food habits, Horlicks is formulated with essentials of barley, wheat and vital nutrients which would help child grow taller, stronger and sharper. The formulation provides 100 % RDA of nutrients like Vitamin D, B1, B2, B6, B12, C and Iron.
A child’s body needs extra attention to enhance the five essential signs of growth – body, mind, muscle, bone and blood health. While micronutrient supplement plays an important role in decreasing occurrence of diseases like anemia, and prevents deficiencies, the role played by Iron, Zinc and Copper is vital as well. Consuming Horlicks twice a day, with milk, is certain to go a long way in balancing the required nutrition your child regularly needs.
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