Our paediatricians say: Ragi is a household name in India. Known for its high calcium and protein content, ragi is the perfect grain to mix into your kid's foods for maximum health.
Our paediatricians say: High in iron and rich in dietary fibres, bajra is an Indian millet superfood that reduces long term illnesses and is packed with nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
Our paediatricians say: Jaggery, commonly known as gur in Hindi, is one of the best natural sweeteners. It helps in regulation of body temperature and detoxifies the body. It also prevents constipation and improves digestion.
Our paediatricians say: Let’s plan a fun playdate with dates! Our product is sweetened with date powder, which has a higher antioxidant content than sugar or honey!
Our paediatricians say: Almonds are one of the best plant-based protein sources out there. Packed with nutrients, almonds are rich in Vitamin E, magnesium and essential fatty acids, keeping you happy and healthy.
Our paediatricians say: You may think we’re nuts for suggesting this but walnuts actually have incredibly high nutritional content. Filled with omega-3 fatty acids, walnuts help boost memory, concentration and overall cognitive behaviour.
Our paediatricians say: The prevalence of childhood constipation can be as high as 29.6%. Studies indicate that oat bran, the fiber-rich outer layer of the grain, may help relieve constipation and may reduce the use of laxatives. It also promotes healthy gut bacteria and naturally slows digestion - increasing feelings of fullness.
Q. NutriMix for Lactose Intolerant Kids is suitable for what age range?
A. This is suitable for children 2 years and above.
Q. Any side effects of Little Joys NutriMix for Lactose Intolerant Kids?
A. There are no side effects of our nutrition powder. Your child’s safety is our top priority. It contains superior ingredients backed by clinical research in the exact dosage that your body needs."
Q. Is NutriMix for Lactose Intolerant Kids appropriate for boys and girls?
A. Yes! Our powders are gender-friendly. Nutritionists suggest that boys and girls have similar nutritional needs through childhood and mid-teens. We recommend you consult your pediatrician for more information!