Tuesday, September 27, 2016

MegaFood Kid's Nutrient Booster Powders - A Review

MegaFood Nutrient Boosters
          Since I am trying to turn this little blog into a real hobby, I am working on ways to be noticed LOL So a couple of months ago I signed up as a Mom Ambassador on MomsMeet.com where I would be able to review products.  So I got my first product to review.  They are MegaFood Kid's Nutrient Booster Powders.  I was very excited to give them a try since I am always trying to get Staci to eat healthy.  A little bit about the company first.  It started way back in 1973 in New Hampshire. The company uses fresh, local foods to make whole food supplements.  Their mission is to nourish your body so that you will have the energy to tackle the day.  The Kid’s Daily Multi powder is designed to support healthy growth and development for kids 5 years old and up.  The Kid’s Daily Immune powder are to promote a healthy immune response, and the Kid’s Daily B-Centered are to help mental focus and a calmed attitude.  All of these info tidbits were taken from the MegaFood website.
It's so tiny :)
  For the sampling we got sent some of each powder.  The jars they sent were super cute, I liked the picture of the fruits and vegetables on the label.  Inside of each jar was an adorable little scoop to measure the powder with, in order to get the correct serving.  For the Daily Multi powder we decided to be a bit creative.  Since this time of year I love making pumpkin yummies we took a box of spice cake, mixed in a can of pureed pumpkin, and a few of the tiny scoops of the powder, to make pumpkin bars.  They smelled delicious baking, tasted yummy, and made me feel better knowing that they had a boost of extra nutrition.
love pumpkin anything
  For the Daily Immune powder, we added it to plain applesauce, and the Daily B-Centered went into vanilla yogurt.  Staci enjoyed the scooping and mixing, but was skeptical about tasting.  The B-Centered turned the yogurt a light sage green, and the Immune powder made the applesauce a rusty red color. Once Staci got past the color she declared she could taste no difference in the yogurt, but in the applesauce she could (I tried it and I couldn’t tell difference).
little skeptical
  So the yogurt was the winner in the hiding the taste category LOL.  In the future, if want to mix in applesauce, I would use cinnamon applesauce to hide the color. I did not notice any calming effect or greater focus, but good grief she had energy LOL

my model & guinea pig 

disclaimer: I received this product for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com), May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own.

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