Found in: Brown Rice
Our pediatricians say: The complex carbohydrates in brown rice promote feelings of satiation, keeping kids’ tummies full and happy. Brown rice contains a whole host of micronutrients that are useful in helping kids’ body and brain develop.
Found in: Pea
Our pediatricians say: The peas that your kids are constantly trying to avoid? They’re actually complete sources of protein so the more peas your kids eat, the hap-pea-er they’ll be!
Found in: Moong Dal
Our pediatricians say: Moong dal is considered to be one of the best plant-based sources of protein and can do wonders for your kid's hair, skin, nails and growth. The folate in moong dal boosts bone marrow and brain function.
Our paediatricians say: Just like your little ones, chia seeds are tiny but packed with energy. Loaded with omega-3 fatty acids (those again), fiber, antioxidants, iron, and calcium, these tiny seeds only need to be soaked in water for 10 minutes for full impact!
Our paediatricians say: Unless you’re a fish, your body can’t make omega-3. No problem. Flax seed is one of the richest vegan sources of essential omega-3. This fatty acid not only acts as an antioxidant to prevent disease, but it is used by the body to promote healthy cell growth and brain function.
Hi! Want to know a secret? Our ActiveMix Powder has ZERO added sugar! Most powders contain brown sugar, maltodextrin, and high fructose corn syrup that cause kids to have nasty sugar rushes and unhealthy weight changes.#KickSugar!
But not us! We're safe for your teens because it's all about the 'little joys'. I 100% approve!
It’s time to enjoy the Little Joys, and leave the science and standards to us.