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Zinc for Children

Carlson introduced Kid’s Chewable Zinc, which provides 5 mg of zinc in a single tablet. Kid’s Chewable Zinc comes in animal-shaped chewables and has...

Product Profile: ChildLife Essentials®

There is nothing more fulfilling than seeing your child healthy and happy. For over 20 years, ChildLife Essentials® has been committed to making premium...

Grain-Free and Rice-Free Puffs

Serenity Kids has added rice- and grain-free puffs to its line of baby and toddler foods. The Puffs are made from nutrient-rich cassava root...

Protein Ingredient for Baby Formula

Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a new dry-blend protein ingredient, Lacprodan Premium ALPHA-10, made to help infant formula manufacturers reduce production costs. The ingredient...

Plant-Based Snacks for Toddlers

LesserEvil has debuted Lil’ Puffs, a line of grain-free, plant-based, chewable snacks for toddlers. The snacks come in Veggie Blend, Sweet Potato Apple, Non-Dairy...

Mouse Study Suggests Long-Term Impact of Childhood Diet

Childhood diet can affect the gut microbiome for life, according to a new mouse study from UC Riverside. The study was performed on mice, who...
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Omega-3s May Reduce Asthma Risk in Some Children, Study Suggests

London, England—New research suggests that a higher dietary intake of omega-3 fatty acids in childhood may reduce risk of developing asthma in children carrying...

Deerland Probiotic Shown to Modify Microbiome in Daycare-Attending Children

Kennesaw, GA—A new study published in Beneficial Microbes found that use of probiotic Bacillus subtilis DE111 can modify the composition of the microbiome in...

Kids’ Supplement Line

Nature’s Way has introduced its KiDS line, which features gummies and chewable tablets. The line includes: Happy & Healthy to support the immune system,...

Vitamin D Levels During Pregnancy Linked with Child’s IQ

Seattle, WA—Vitamin D levels during pregnancy have been linked with the child’s IQ, according to a new study from the Seattle Children’s Research Institute...