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WHAT IS IN OUR NUTRITIONAL SHAKES THAT MAKE THEM SO AMAZING?

WHAT IS IN OUR NUTRITIONAL SHAKES THAT MAKE THEM SO AMAZING?


vitamin a 
a powerful antioxidant and promotes normal growth and development in children. vitamin a is essential to maintain eye, teeth, bone, and skin health 

symptoms of deficiency: stunted growth in children, dry skin and eyes; increased susceptibility to infection

normally found in: carrots, milk, cheese, eggs, peas, turnip greens, iceberg lettuce, kale, peaches, mango, cantaloupe, yams, and squash



vitamin B1
responsible for energy production in your child's body. vitamin B1 is necessary for passing on messages from brain to different organs of the body

symptoms of deficiency: depression and mood swing, loss of appetite and nausea; muscle cramps

normally found in: nuts, seeds, fish, beans, roasted soy, green peas, and wheat bread



                                                                vitamin B2
is crucial for breaking down food components, absorbing other nutrients, and maintaining tissue

symptoms of deficiency: vision problems and light sensitivity; mouth and nose sores; swallowing problems

normally found in: turkey, chicken, liver, asparagus, currants, kelp, lima beans, molasses, artichokes, mushrooms, avocados, pumpkins, peas, cheese, eggs, beans, legumes, spinach, and wheat bran



vitamin B5
helps with oxygen utilization efficiency. It helps fuel oxygen to your muscles, which reduces muscle soreness and aches

symptoms of deficiency: headaches; insomnia; abdominal cramps; fatigue and depression 

normally found in: green vegetables, liver, milk, and meat



vitamin B6
plays a vital role in proper functioning of the cardiovascular and nervous system. vitamin B6 also aids in good digestion and immunity development. It is necessary for proper functioning of the brain and is the one that regulates mood

symptoms of deficiency: depression and confusion; itchy, scaling skin; smooth, red tongue; weight loss

normally found in: poultry, beef, fish, whole grains, nuts, beans, bananas, and potatoes




vitamin B12
vitamin B12 is necessary for healthy red blood cell function

symptoms of deficiency: pernicious anemia; nerve problems and weakness; fragile muscles; stalled growth

normally found in: dairy products, eggs, meat, poultry, and shellfish




                                                                vitamin c
helps form and repair red blood cells, bones, and tissues. It helps your child's gums stay healthy and strengthens blood vessels, minimizing brushing from falls and scrapes, helps cuts and wounds heal, and is an anti-oxidant

symptoms of deficiency: loose teeth; bleeding gums; loss of appetite; dry skin

normally found in: oranges, guava, papaya, bell peppers, kiwi, strawberries, pineapple, mango, brussels sprouts, broccoli, and tomatoes



vitamin d
promotes bone and tooth formation and helps the body absorb calcium. vitamin d also helps to maintain blood sugar levels

symptoms of deficiency: weak bones, leading to rickets; depression

normally found in: sunlight, milk, salmon, mackerel, mushrooms, and oysters




vitamin e
powerful antioxidant that helps protect cells against radical damage caused by free radicals

symptoms of deficiency: muscle weakness; ptosis; dysarthria; delayed growth

normally found in: sunflower seeds, almonds, hazelnuts, vegetable oil, tomatoes, broccoli, sweet potatoes, spinach, and greens




vitamin k
necessary for responding to injuries- facilitates normal blood clotting. assist transport of calcium throughout the body and helpful with bone health

symptoms of deficiency: excessive bleeding; easy bruising

normally found in: broccoli, kale, romaine lettuce, swiss chard, watercress, soybean oil, olive oil, blueberries. kiwi, pears, mango, papaya, and blackberries




calcium
helps build strong bones as a child grows

symptoms of deficiency: weak bones; teeth brittle and yellowish; muscle weakness

normally found in: milk, cheese, yogurt, and tofu






folic acid
folic acid helps your body produce and maintain new cells

symptoms of deficiency: abnormal red blood cells and impaired cell division; anemia; weight loss and intestinal upsets

normally found in: dried beans, peas, lentils, oranges, whole-wheat products, liver, asparagus, beets, broccoli, brussel sprouts, and spinach



biotin
helps the body break down fats, carbohydrates, and other substances helping with metabolism

symptoms of deficiency: scaly skin; hair loss; depression; elevated blood cholesterol levels 

normally found in: almonds, sweet potato, onions, tomatoes, carrots, oats, pork, liver, nuts, milk, legumes, egg yolk, and chocolate




omega 3 fatty acids
aid in building new cells and absorb nutrients. Omega-3s feed the brain and keep it healthy and are important for eye function. Omega-3s help decrease inflammation in the body, can reduce symptoms of ADHD and may lower levels of depression

symptoms of deficiency: hyperactivity; dry mouth; allergies; poor concentration; dry skin and hair

normally found in: oysters, shrimp, beef, flaxseeds, walnuts, chia seeds, soybeans, and most fish



magnesium
magnesium is essential for bone strength and development. it helps maintain normal muscle and nerve activity, it supports a healthy immune system, keeps the heart rhythm steady, helps regulate blood sugar levels 

symptoms of deficiency: irritability and anxiety; muscle cramps; fatigue, irregular heart rhythms

normally found in: pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, back-eyed peas, halibut, spinach, and cocoa




chromium
chromium is a mineral our bodies use in small amounts for normal body functions like digesting food

symptoms of deficiency: fatigue; poor blood glucose control; stunted growth; anxiety

usually found in: brewer's yeast, meats. potatoes (especially the skins), cheeses, molasses, spices, whole-grain breads, fresh fruit, and vegetables




organic low glycemic protein blend
proteins are important structural building blocks for all systems in the body. improves skin and hair

symptoms of deficiency: edema; skin pigmentation; skin rash; fatigue; diarrhea

normally found in: eggs, dairy, nuts, seeds, and legumes


four billion unit enteric coated probiotic blend
helps increase nutrition absorption, promotes regularity and improves digestion

symptoms of deficiency: unknown- we do know healthy gut flora aids with proper immune system function, prevention of food born allergies, and maintenance of proper weight. 

normally found in: yogurt, sauerkraut, and other fermented foods

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