Boost Your Kid’s Growth

by Adding More Protein to Their Meals

Children require protein for optimum growth & development

Children between 4-18 years of age require protein for optimum growth and development.
Protein requirement varies based on age and intensity of physical activity.

The Right Nutrient Balance

The recommended daily allowance is 0.8-1.2g of protein per kg of bodyweight per day. The requirement is based on activity patterns and moderate to intensely active children require more protein to support metabolic adaptation and repair.

Meals with complex carbs, good fats, proteins, and fiber can aid young children with growth, development, immune function, hormonal balance, muscle, and skeletal development.

So how does this work? 

Adequate protein intake boosts growth and development. Having more protein at younger ages also promotes better skeletal and muscle health.

Nourish your Little Ones with Prolicious

Prolicious foods offer 20% protein and more fiber than regular which helps kids grow well, maintain strength, and juggle between play and studies. Not just nutritious, our foods are tasty that children are sure to love & eat without fuss.