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Last week, my daughter and I were given the opportunity to try a new kids drink called KIDStrong. KIDStrong boasts 100% all natural ingredients, 22 vitamins and minerals, and a low sugar content, which immediately sparked my interest since I, like
ALL parents, am just a bit worried about how much nutrition my daughter
is getting since she will hardly look at anything that doesn’t have
“sugar”, “frosted”, or “chocolate” in it’s name. Because of that, she’s
naturally drawn to soda which, as you all have read I’m sure, is a big
reason on why every 1 in 5 children in the US is overweight. Also, with
summer officially starting, there are going to be a LOT of day trips,
trips to the park, barbecues, the beach, and many other events where my
daughter is going to be out in the heat and running around like a
maniac. I was pretty sure that I was going to be resorting to the good
old *insert brand name here* sports drink in the bag until I was sent KIDStrong... Click here to read more...

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Comment by Maryanne Vandermark on June 26, 2010 at 3:07pm
I'm sorry you and your daughter have to deal with trying to figure out what she can drink or not drink. There's so much dye and junk in everything it seems. :\ I do hope you check KIDStrong out. I'm also holding a giveaway for KIDStrong on my blog- they are going to give TWO cases of their drink (24 bottles total) to one of my readers so you might want to enter! :) I anticipate a low entry number so your chances would probably be very good. Take care and thanks for the comment. :)
Comment by Jackie Lee on June 25, 2010 at 1:39pm
I read your post and this sounds really good. My daughter reacts badly to yellow dye and we don't let her have soda, so it's water most of the time. It's nice to be able to give her another option though. Thanks for the heads up.

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