• Kids (4-12 Years)

    While toddlers and preschoolers need constant supervision, school-aged children are becoming more independent, making their own decisions and (hopefully) exercising self-discipline. Childhood is filled with rapid growth. During this time, physical, social and mental skills are developing while children experience the wonders of permanent teeth. Other growth areas are ramping up; kids are building bone mass that will carry them through the rest of their lives, strengthening their cognitive skills and abilities, and shaping their social behaviors.

  • Kids (4-12 Years)

    Nutrition

    Nutrition throughout childhood and adolescence is critical, as the downsides of a diet with insufficient micronutrients can have a lasting impact on physical and mental growth, development, and function. Kids and pre-teens are at risk of poor nutrition for many reasons, including picky eating, skipping meals and eating too much junk food. Don’t let this time slip away – give children the nutrition they need now to fuel their bodies for future health.