Growing with Enfagrow
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As most of you know for both my children, I breastfed for the first year of their lives
because I thought it was very important to provide my children with nutrients they
needed as they grew. I always said from day one that I want to provide the best for
my children, so it only made sense as Annabelle and Ayden grew into toddlers, I
chose to give them Enfagrow® Toddler Next Step™. Because 85% of brain growth
happens in the first three years of life, it is important to help ensure that my little
ones are getting important DHA to help nourish their growing brains. Enfagrow®
Toddler Next Step™ Toddler is a milk-based toddler drink tailored for toddlers that
are 1-3yrs of age and it’s from the maker of Enfamil®, the #1 Brand of Infant Formula
recommended by Pediatricians. I love that Enfagrow® Toddler Next Step™ helps
support the immune system and has the prebiotics and other important nutrients
that my toddlers may not get enough of from their daily food intake.
We all know that at the toddler stage, kids can be very picky with what they eat and even drink. On average, a toddler’s diet only provides about 25% of the recommended amount of DHA, leaving a nutrition gap. I don’t know about you guys but I had no idea this was the case until my children started drinking Enfagrow® Toddler Next Step™. The main source for DHA is fatty fish and well my toddlers do not like to eat fish at all times, so giving them Enfagrow® Toddler Next Step™ allows them to increase their DHA intake on a daily basis. Of course all of my toddler’s favorites have 0 mg of DHA, so for me this is a guarantee to help make sure they get the DHA recommend. The DHA in Enfagrow® Toddler Next Step™ complements their diet and helps ensure good nutrition for their changing needs and curious taste buds. Not many know that DHA is an important building block of the growing brain and it’s probably not in your child’s current diet. Experts recommend that toddlers have 70-100 mg/day of DHA to support early brain and eye development, also it’s a great alternative to sugary drinks. I love they now have available a convenient 32oz liquid bottle and I can pop the powder base in my diaper bag when I am on the go. I hope this helped you mommies that have children who are transitioning from the infant to toddler stage. For more information you guys can visit http://bit.ly/2x4rdaN Also in Spanish: http://bit.ly/2uqd4Dl to learn more and request free samples as well.
This is sponsored by Enfagrow® Toddler Next Step™.