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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

How Can You Establish Healthy Food Preferences Early In Your Baby’s Life?

By |October 23rd, 2019|Categories: Blog, Nutritional Supplements|

By Nicole Avena, PhD Feeding a baby for the first time is fun and exciting, for all parties involved. Who doesn’t love to see the video of a baby’s face after trying a new food for the first time? However, amid all the excitement, parents often make one of the

Same Great Supplements—Brand New Look!

By |August 30th, 2019|Categories: Blog, Nutritional Supplements|

ChildLife Essentials® premium nutritional supplements for children have been around for two decades—Now you'll notice a whole new look on our website. For months we’ve been working on a new website—trying to keep you, our customer, in mind. We wanted to simplify—make the website clean, user-friendly and easy to navigate,

Enhancing Your Child’s Health for Life

By |August 1st, 2017|Categories: Blog, Nutritional Supplements|

In this day and age, all parents can benefit from the following knowledge, understanding and insights to help ensure the health, wealth and full development of your child’s life. No generation of children in history have ever faced or were exposed to so many environmental stressors, obstacles, toxins or hazardous

Essential Nutrients and Cod Liver Oil: Minding your Child’s Mind

By |May 1st, 2017|Categories: Blog, Nutritional Supplements|

Cod Liver Oil, providing the Omega-3 oils and DHA, can be given to support and nourish your child’s physical, emotional and mental well-being at all ages. Ideally, it should be a part of every child’s daily routine. Growth As children grow, develop and mature, we can be looking out for