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DID YOU KNOW?

The first 5 years of your child’s growth determine 60% of their adult height1!

This is why the intervention of complete
and balanced nutrition
during these years
is important for your child to achieve
optimal height.

Discover more from this video.

References:
1. WHO Growth Standard, 2007

80% NUTRITION VS 20% GENETICS1. Determining your child’s
optimal height.

The first 5 years of your child’s life is the golden window for growth, when complete and balanced nutrition play an important part in their optimal development. Up to 60% of adult height is determined here.

60% OF YOUR CHILD’S ADULT HEIGHT HAPPENS BEFORE AGE 52.

An average growth of up to 12cm per year can be achieved in your child’s first 5 years. However, if insufficient nutrition occurs during this period, your child is at risk of stuntedness.

References:
1. Jelenkovic, A. et al. Genetic and environmental influences on height from infancy to early adulthood: An individual-based pooted analysis of 45 twin cohorts. Sci. Rep. 6, 28496; doi: 10. 1038/srep28496 (2016)
2. WHO Growth Standard, 2007

YOUR CHILD’S OPTIMAL
GROWTH PATTERN

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With proven growth benefits, PediaSure®
consistently demonstrated to improve your
child’s height, weight and less sick days1,2.

References:
1. Huynh DTT et al. J Hum Nutr Diet (2015), 28, 623-635. Longitudinal growth and health outcomes in nutritionally at-risk children who received long-term nutritional intervention.
2. Huynh DTT et al. 5th International Conference on Nutrition & Growth 2018. Oral nutritional supplementation improved linear growth in Filipino children at nutritional risk.

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References:
1. Van Vught AJ et al. Br J Nutr (2013), 109, 1031-1039. Dietary arginine and linear growth: the Copenhagen school child intervention study.
2. Van Summeren MJ et al. Br J Nutr (2008), 100, 852-858. Vitamin K status is associated with childhood bone mineral content.

PREDICT YOUR CHILD’S
OPTIMAL ADULT HEIGHT.