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ChildLife Nutrition™ Blog2020-05-26T15:16:17-07:00

ChildLife Nutrition Blog

The Greatest Gift a Parent can Give is a Healthy Future

Focus on Children’s Growth and Development

By |June 2nd, 2020|Categories: Nutritional Supplements|

Kids grow up so fast…and as parents we often ask: “Where does the time go?” To better understand and appreciate the growth and development process, we want to take a closer look at all the beautiful changes occurring right under our nose. The four main growth and development periods for

Common Micronutrient Deficiencies in Children: How to Identify and Reverse Them

By |May 8th, 2020|Categories: Nutritional Supplements|

By Dr. Nicole Avena While childhood micronutrient deficiencies are far more commonly seen in the developing world, it is still crucial to be aware of your child’s nutritional intake and make sure they are getting adequate amounts of all important nutrients. Rounding out your child’s diet with the necessary micronutrients

Creating a Strong Immune System in Infants and Toddlers

By |April 10th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Nutritional Supplements|

By Dr. Nicole Avena All humans are born with an immune system that is able to protect the individual to some degree without previous exposure to external pathogens. This is called innate immunity. However, a major part of the immune system develops after exposure to foreign bodies and particles out

Supplement Industry Aligns Around Quality and Transparency

By |February 25th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Nutritional Supplements|

* This article was originally posted on the New Hope Network Connection and alignment are not always two words that are top of mind when talking about the dietary supplements industry. But the concepts of communication and greater good were all key takeaways from the 5th annual Inside the Bottle Summit

Helping Your Child Cultivate a Gratitude Practice

By |December 12th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Nutritional Supplements|

“Have you noticed that the more we get, the less we tend to appreciate?  Children are very similar to adults in this regard. A child opening a pile of presents on their birthday might open one and toss it to the side while hurrying to open the next.  Christmas offers