Sunday, November 21, 2010

PediaLax Fiber Gummies giveaway extended!

In 2009 the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) significantly increased the recommended daily fiber intake standards, far above the previous "age plus five" rule. In fact, today's updated guidelines recommend 25 grams of fiber per day for four-year-old children. But how do we meet these requirements and get our children to eat high in fiber foods?

Now there's a delicious daily fiber supplement to help kids ages 2-11 maintain better digestive health and stay regular.* The dentist-approve, penguin-shaped, great tasting Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies are sugar-free, calorie-free, gluten-free and made with natural fruit flavors. With a recommended serving of three gummies every day, (equal to ½ cup of broccoli!), Fiber Gummies are a great way to supplement the fiber found in fruits, vegetables and other fiber-rich foods in your child’s daily diet. It’s a great solution to help bridge the gap between the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended amount of fiber and the fiber that kids actually consume in their daily diet.  Another plus... Fiber Gummies are dentist approved.

Pedia-Lax® Fiber Gummies, a delicious, sugar-free daily fiber supplement for kids ages 2-11 is excited to announce that it has been awarded the influential PTPA Media Inc.’s Seal of Approval for excellence in family products.

Consumers looking for practical, high-quality products and services can rest easy knowing that products bearing the PTPA Media “Winner” Seal are all “Parent Tested, Parent Approved™.”
As a result, the Parent Tested Parent Approved™ Seal has quickly gained recognition as an international leader in certifying consumer products for quality, effectiveness and value.

Suggested retail price is $7.99 for a bottle of 60 gummies; available at Target and Walgreens, also online and other supermarkets and retailers nationwide.

Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies “Keep Kids Moving” Sweepstakes
Exercise, along with a balanced diet, helps provide the foundation for a healthy, active lifestyle for every child. Now through November 30, 2010, to enter the Pedia-Lax® Fiber Gummies “Keep Kids Moving” sweepstakes for a chance to win one of six prize packages, including a $1,200 gift certificate to the online bike  , Nintendo Wii’s and other great games/activities!
You’ll find more details and official rules at the Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies Web site.

Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies is also on Facebook, so be sure to find Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies on Facebook to sample products and for a chance to win more fan prizes.
Now the brand that helps kids stay regular* and maintain better digestive health* is also helping them have fun!

I have a nephew who has always had problem in the bathroom department, Since I don't have any small children other than Drex (and I don't think he's old enough at 3 months to eat gummies) my nephew was the one I was thinking of when I had the offer to review this product. Not only did he like the gummies (what kid doesn't) they actually worked very well! I know my mom likes that he loves the taste.


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{Simply} BC said...

90% of Kiddos don't get enough Fiber... :O

{Simply} BC said...

If follow them on Twitter.

{Simply} BC said...

And like them on facebook.:)

{Simply} BC said...

I follow you on twitter

{Simply} BC said...

And friend you on Facebook.

{Simply} BC said...

I follow Drex's blog. :)