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Designed to meet the energy requirements of pediatric patients who are at risk for malnutrition, require a higher caloric density, or have fluid restrictions.
May be used as the sole source of nutrition or as a supplement.
Formulated for oral or tube feeding.
Use under the direction of a medical professional.
Meets or exceeds 100percent of the DRIs for protein and 25 essential vitamins and minerals for children 1 to 8 years of age in 1000 mL, and for children 9 to 13 years of age in 1500 mL.
Excellent source of high-quality protein designed to meet the acceptable macronutrient distribution range of protein for children ages 1 to 13.
Excellent source of DHA omega-3† to help support brain and eye health.
Good source of antioxidants‡ to support the immune system.
Meets 100percent of the 2011 updated Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) values for calcium and vitamin D for children 1-8 years of age in 1000 mL and for children 9-13 years of age in 1500 mL.
PediaSure 1.5 Complete Balanced Nutrition Formula Features and Benefits
- Suitable for lactose intolerance.
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Manufacturer Abbott Nutrition Sub Brand PediaSure Ships Free No Size Chart No
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- Great Product!!
This product is excellent. Has all the nutrients are kids need. It keeps kids healthy!
- Wonderful product
My 2-year-old daughter has issues gaining weight because she was born with Cystic Fibrosis. This product - because of its high calories and nutrients - has significantly helped her. She also loves the taste of it, especially when it's served cold.
Both of my children are severely autistic with oral aversions. They refuse foods of any form and will only take liquids. Pediasure is not recommended for sole source nutrition but in a case like mine... what do you do? Follow doctors orders i guess!! Daughter is on a feeding tube and finally gaining weight!! And son is maintaining weight. You cannot beat these prices. You just can't.
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