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KidzShake. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I accepted reviewing this product. My 4-year-old granddaughter Emma, can be very picky. She likes water or strawberry milk. While water isn’t bad for her, I always worry about the sugar content in the strawberry syrup.
First of all Emma was very impressed with the packaging, she said it looked like a “party jug”. So then I asked her to take a picture with it and her and she let me, and she couldn’t wait to try it.
I used a hand mixer which gave it a bit of froth like a milkshake might. Emma said it was delicious. Since her favorite flavor is strawberry, that is the one I picked. She didn’t even realize it had 0% sugar, and even the powder, when I tasted it on my finger, had a great taste to it.
KIDZSHAKE FOR BREAKFAST
The following information shows what a serving of KidzShake (for an 8-11-year-old) with some of the most popular breakfast foods and snacks on the market for this age group.
Some important points to note are:
- The lack of bad fats in KidzShake that are prevalent in many snacks and breakfasts
- KidzShake has nearly 400% more fiber than any other product kids eat for breakfast
- Some breakfast foods have a very high level of added sugar including high fructose corn syrup (KidzShake has ZERO sugar and yet is naturally sweet)
- KidzShake is by far the best source of protein when it comes to breakfast drinks
- KidzShake is the only product with digestive enzymes
- KidzShake is the only product except yogurt with probiotics
- KidzShake is the only product with omega-3s
KidzShake is great for a replacement for breakfast or a snack after school or playing outside. It not only tastes good, but you know your child is getting something good in their body. Plus it will give them a full feeling until their next meal.
KIDZSHAKE DOES NOT CONTAIN THE NASTIES (FOUND IN OTHERS, NOT IN KIDZSHAKE)
- Found in PediaSure
- Found in Boost Kid Essentials
- Found in Carnation BTG
- Canola Oil
- Soy Protein Isolate
- Artificial Flavors
- Soy Lecithin
- Soy Oil
You can read more on the KIDZSHAKE website about what is not in their shake mix compared to other kids drinks.
KIDZSHAKE comes in Vanilla Cream, Chocolate Cream, Orange Cream and Strawberry Cream. With 60 breakfast servings, each breakfast costs $0.73 a serving.
This graphic below shows what your child would have to eat in order to get the same nutrients in 1 serving of KidzShake.
You will also want to read Dr. Rach’s page to learn more about DOCTOR RACH – ADVOCATE FOR CHILDRENS HEALTH AND NUTRITION & MOTHER OF 4 GIRLS .
So much wonderful information on Dr. Rach’s website PLUS she offers a FREE eBook (Sugar-Free Week) when you sign up for her newsletter.
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Disclosure: Howdy everyone, I just wanted to inform you that I was not compensated for this post. However, I did receive a product from the company below and the opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC guidelines. All prize fulfillment will be provided by Sponsors.