Proper Nutrition is essential to support optimal growth and development.  Good nutrition can also support immune function, concentration and moods.

It’s not always easy to get our kids to eat that perfectly balanced diet, especially if you have picky eaters or athletic kids.

KidzShake uses premium ingredients, to help you fill those nutrition gaps….without all the sugar and chemical overload.  NUTRITION MATTERS!

The Nasties (Found in others, not in Kidzshake)

OK, so you know about all of the good ingredients that are in KidzShake. But what ingredients are in other children’s “nutrition” shakes?
We like to call this list THE NASTIES:

If you look at the ingredients in some so-called children’s “nutrition” shakes, you’ll see that sugar is usually the second ingredient. Though many people assume that sugar is only bad because it’s a source of empty calories, it’s actually much worse than that! In addition to causing weight gain, sugar also dampens the immune system, promotes tooth decay, causes inflammation, leads to insulin resistance (and thus, type II diabetes), and contributes to heart disease.

Canola oil is made from the rapeseed plant – a genetically modified species that was developed in Canada. Canola is made by heating and crushing rapeseeds, and then refining them with hexande. In this form, the oil further undergoes bleaching and deodorizing to ensure a uniform final product.
Found in PediaSure

Soy protein isolate is a highly refined form of soy. It is made from defatted soy flour that has had most of its non-protein ingredients (fats and carbohydrates) removed – along with most of its nutrients. The soybeans used to make Soy Protein Isolate are almost always genetically modified.
Found in PediaSure
Found in PediaSure SideKicks

Artificial colors and flavors are everywhere – in popsicles, jello, fruit punch, vitamins, and cold medicines. While artificial ingredients may make food more aesthetically pleasing (and more delicious), they can negatively impact your children’s health. For example many artificial colors (Yellow 5, Red 40, etc.) have been shown to cause hyperactivity and behavior problems in children. Artificial flavors have similarly harmful effects. A single artificial flavor can include hundreds of individual chemicals, many of which are derived from petroleum. For example, one synthetic raspberry flavor contains the following: vanillin, ethylvanillin, alphaionone, maltol, 1-(p-hydroxy-phenyl)-3-butanone, dimethyl sulphide, 2,5-dimethyl-n-(2-pyrazinyl) pyrrole. Very few studies have been conducted on the 5000+ artificial flavors that are available on the market today. This is because the FDA believes that your children can tolerate a certain amount of these chemicals without risk to their health.
Found in PediaSure
Found in PediaSure SideKicks
Found in Boost Kid Essentials
Found in Carnation BTG

These two closely related chemicals are added to foods that contain oil to prevent oxidation and rancidity. The International Agency for Research on Cancer – as well as the state of California – believe BHA to be a carcinogen. Some studies show that that BHT isn’t much different.
Found in Boost Kid Essentials

The majority of the soy grown in the United States is genetically engineered. Soybeans contain goitrogens that interfere with thyroid function, which can cause a variety of unwanted symptoms. Soybeans are also high in the inflammatory omega-6 fatty acids that promote chronic inflammation and degenerative disease.
Found in PediaSure SideKicks
Found in Boost Kid Essentials

“As a doctor and a mother I know first hand how critical proper nutrition, especially when kids are growing. KidzShake is scientifically formulated to super power your child’s growth and development. ”
Doctor Rach

Key Nutrients 

What are Probiotics?

Probiotics are good bacteria that help to maintain the natural balance of organisms in the gastrointestinal system. Probiotics also strengthen the intestinal linings to keep keep bad bugs out of the bloodstream.


Why does my child need Probiotics?

Probiotics improve the balance between good and bacteria bacteria and keep the gut healthy. Probiotics can help with digestive health, immune function and general wellbeing. Probiotics also strengthen the intestinal linings to keep keep bad bugs out of the bloodstream.


What are the best sources of Probiotics?

Probiotics are available in Yogurt (please check to make sure it is not overloaded with added sugars), kefir, kombucha,sauerkraut and other fermented foods.

KidzShake has a probiotic blend including L-acidophilus and L-Bifidus to promote a healthy amount of good bacteria in their system.  KidzShake also contain prebiotics (or fiber) that supports these healthy bacteria.

What is Fiber?

Fiber is the indigestible part of fruits, vegetables, legumes and grains. It is also known as roughage. Dietary fiber refers to nutrients in the diet that are not digested by gastrointestinal enzymes.

Fiber is classified into soluble or insoluble.

Why does my Child need fiber?

Soluble fiber attracts water into the digestive tract which slows down your digestion and makes you feel full.   Soluble fiber balances your blood sugar levels and lowers your bad cholesterol levels.

Insoluble fiber adds bulk to your digestive tract and speeds up the passage of food through your gut. Insoluble fiber helps with constipation

What are the best sources of Fiber?

Soluble fiber (dissolves in water) and is found in peas, beans, lentils carrots, citrus fruit, apples, flax, oats, barley or psyllium. Insoluble fiber (does not dissolve in water) can be found in nuts, wholegrains, dark leafy greens, broccoli, cabbage, celery, carrots, cucumbers and grapes.

Most plant foods have a mix of soluble and insoluble fiber. Eating a variety of high fiber will maximize health benefits.  KidzShake provides 10% of your child’s daily recommended intake of dietary fiber.

What is Protein?

Protein is a macronutrient that is vital for a healthy body.  Protein is broken down into amino acids which are the building blocks for many functions in our body.

Why does my Child need Protein?

Protein is vital for growth, strength, and brain power. Protein supports our musculoskeletal development, as well as providing building blocks for our blood, organs, hair, nails, hormones and immune system. Protein is important as it helps you stay full.

The good news is that nearly 80 percent of boys and 75 percent of girls ages 1 to 3 years meet or exceed the protein foods recommendation per day. However this level drops significantly with age. Almost 40% of boys and girls ages 4 to 8 years do not recommend protein levels, children ages 9 to 13 years about 55% of children do not reach their protein targets. 60 percent of adolescent males reach their recommendation, while less than 25% of their female counterparts are getting adequate protein levels.

What are the best sources of Protein?

Eggs, dairy products and milk are all sources of protein.  There are also many plant based sources of protein such as nuts, seeds,and legumes.  When it comes to protein, organic is best.  KidzShake contains 100% grass fed, organic protein in levels appropriate to support kids.


Effects of high-protein vs. high- fat snacks on appetite control, satiety, and eating initiation in healthy women. Ortinau LC, Hoertel HA, Douglas SM, Leidy HJ1. Nutr J. 2014 Sep 29;13:97. doi: 10.1186/1475-2891-13-97.

Usual Dietary Intakes: Food Intakes, US Population, 2007-10: Applied Research Program. National Cancer Institute; [updated May 22, 2014]. Available from:

What are B Vitamins?

The B-group vitamins are a collection of eight water-soluble vitamins essential for energy production and red blood formation. Most of these vitamins can’t be stored by the body and have to be consumed regularly in the diet.

The B vitamins include B1(thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6, B7 (biotin), B12, and Folic acid.


Why does my child need B Vitamins?

These essential nutrients help convert our food into fuel, allowing us to stay energized throughout the day.  These vitamins help the process your body uses to get or make energy from the food you eat.  They also help form red blood cells.  Not getting enough of certain B vitamins can cause diseases. A lack of B12 or B6 can cause anemia

What are the best sources of B Vitamins?

Food sources include proteins such as fish, poultry, meat, eggs, and dairy products. Leafy green vegetables, beans, and peas also have B vitamins. Many cereals and some breads have added B vitamins. KidzShake contains an extensive range of B vitamins. B vitamins should be consumed often as many of them are not able to be stored in the body.

What is Vitamin C?

Vitamin C (also known as ascorbic acid) is a water soluble vitamin.

Why does my child need Vitamin C?

Vitamin C It is used for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of your body. It is essential for the synthesis of the protein collagen, which is necessary  for the production of skin, tendons, ligaments, and blood vessels.  Collagen also helps heal wounds and form scar tissue, and repairs and maintain cartilage, bones, and teeth.

Vitamin C is also a powerful antioxidant and which helps protect the body from free radical damage.  Free radicals are associated with cancer, heart disease and conditions like arthritis.

Vitamin C increases the absorption of iron from foods, especially from plant based sources of iron, so vitamin C levels are very important for vegetarians and vegans.

Vitamin C is also thought to boost the immune system and improve physical endurance. It can be used for the common cold, scurvey, asthma, gingivitis, musculoskeletal injuries and seasonal allergies.

What are the best sources of Vitamin C?

The body cannot store vitamin C due to its water solubility, so it is important to incorporate foods high in vitamin C into your daily diet.

Food sources of vitamin C include citrus fruits such as orange, lemon, lime, grapefruit; lychees, kiwi fruit, mango, papaya, pineapple, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cranberries, watermelon and cantaloupe. Vegetable sources include broccoli, brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, potatoes, tomatoes and squash.

KidzShake contains a superboost of Vitamin C.

What is Vitamin D?

Vitamin D can be obtained by food, but is most commonly made by the body when skin is exposed to the sun.


Why does my child need Vitamin D?

Vitamin D helps the body with absorption of calcium and phosphorus to assist in the normal growth and maintenance of bones. It also helps to maintain blood sugar levels.  Vitamin D deficiency can lead to depression.

People can easily be deficient in Vitamin D during the winter months due to less daylight hours, less outdoor play and more clothing.


What are the best sources for Vitamin D?

Sun exposure is a great way to get Vitamin D.  People, especially children can easily be deficient in Vitamin D during the winter months due to less daylight hours, less outdoor play and more clothing.  Dietary sources of Vitamin D include salmon, mushrooms, oysters, grassfed dairy products as well as fortified breakfast cereals and milk.  KidzShake can provide 40% of your child’s Vitamin D requirements. (12+ year old serving size)

What is Magnesium?

Magnesium is one of the six essential minerals that the body needs in large quantities. It is crucial to life.


Why does my child need magnesium?

Magnesium is an important cofactor in more than 300 enzymatic reactions in the body. Magnesium is crucial for bone strength and development.  Magnesium supports muscle and nerve function, it helps maintain a healthy immune system, it regulates your blood sugar and heart rate and it keeps your bowels regular.  It can also help with increased energy and endurance. Magnesium deficiencies can present themselves as anxiety, muscle spasms and cramps, depression, insomnia and low Energy/fatigue.

What are the best sources for magnesium?

Magnesium is readily available in many foods.  Good sources of magnesium include Cacao/ Cocoa, Almonds, Cashews and Pumpkin seeds. Other good sources of magnesium include halibut, mackeral and cooked spinach.  A serving of KidzShake (4-7 year old serving) gives your child 32% of the daily recommended intake of magnesium.

What is Potassium?

Potassium is a mineral and electrolyte that regulates metabolism, water, and chemical balance in the body.


Why does my child need Potassium?

Potassium helps muscles contract, helps regulate fluids and mineral balance in and out of body cells, and helps maintain normal blood pressure by blunting the effect of sodium.


What are the best sources of Potassium?

Potassium is found in a wide range of foods, especially fruits and vegetables such as leafy greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, eggplant, pumpkins, potatoes, carrots and beans. It’s also found in dairy foods, meat, poultry, fish and nuts.

Make up a KidzShake with bananas, baby spinach and almonds to give your child a real potassium boost.

What is Calcium?

Calcium is a mineral found in many foods.

Why does my child need Calcium?

Calcium is essential to our bodies ability to function and our ability to think. The cardiovascular system and the nervous system both utilize calcium, and it is vital for blood clotting.  Calcium is also needed for muscle contraction and nerve conduction.  Almost all calcium is stored in bones and teeth, where is makes them strong and hard.

In children a long term deficiency may result in growth impairment and poor tooth development.  More than 40% of american are not getting enough dietary calcium.


What are the best sources of Calcium?

Calcium is found in dairy products such as milk, yogurt, and cheese, Leafy greens, seafood, legumes, and fruit are also great sources of calcium.  KidzShake contains a boost of calcium to support your child.


What We Eat in America, NHANES 2007-2010

Now we have increased our product line to include KidzShake PLUS

– New IMPROVED Flavors

rBGH free

– GMO free

– Gluten and Soy Free

– Daily Multivitamin

Methylated B12 + Methylated Folate

– No added sugar, artificial sweeteners or sugar alcohols

NEW Superfood Boost

– 1 Billion CFU Probiotics- 14 strains

I love being active, and so do my 4 daughters. Sports is such a big part of our healthy lifestyle. It SHOCKS me that drinks designed to support athletic performance are LOADED with processed sugars and chemicals. I needed to come up with a better option. I have put my love, heart and Passion into SportzPure.


SportzPure is a stick pack, sports electrolyte recovery drink (like Gatorade) but  without the excessive amount of sugar and artificial ingredients.  I have a simple ingredient list, with just enough carbohydrates to support performance without the sugar overload.


The electrolytes are provided by nature:  coconut water powder and Real Salt.  Fruit juice powder, coconut palm sugar and stevia are added for flavor and sweetness. SportzPURE is 100% GMO free, gluten free and soy free and it tastes DELICIOUS!


SportzPURE is sweetened with fruit juice powder, coconut palm sugar and stevia and contains just enough carbohydrates to support performance without the sugar overload.

Healthy bodies do not need to be fueled by artificial ingredients. SportzPURE contains no GMO Ingredients and no artificial colors and flavors.

SportzPURE is gluten free, corn free, nut free and soy free. SportzPure does contain coconut products

I have harnessed electrolytes from nature instead of a lab to boost athletic performance NATURALLY.  SportzPURE uses electrolytes from coconut water powder and Redmond’s Real Salt TM.