AFA + Kids
The need for convenience, budgetary constraints and the constant hum of advertising only adds pressure and confusion to the daily task living well. Furthermore, most of the kids typical synthetic multivitamins are not digestible or bioavailable making the mainstream options for finding nutrient support ineffective and a potential waste of money. It is estimated that 75% of children are falling short on several key nutrients responsible for growth and development and the multivitamin from the pharmacy is not the answer.
AFA on the other hand is the most potent and complete nutrient on earth. It's a 97% bioavailable super food with zero side effects. It is clean pure wild harvested nutrition complete with live enzymes that begin working in their bodies immediately making your kids grow, boosting their immunity and supporting the expansion of their potential everyday. AFA is a micronutrient powerhouse made all the more potent by growing wild in a mineral rich environment giving kids all the necessary minerals, Omega 3’s vitamins, proteins and other crucial micronutrients needed to realize their true potential.
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The nutritional environment you provide your child from the womb to the day they leave the nest plays a significant role impacting the development of their potential, future adult life and also their daily habits and behaviors around food, nutrition and health. Feeding your kids is an enormous and at times stressful responsibility. From picky eaters not wanting greens, to developing tastes and preferences, making sure your little ones get all the nutrients they need is a big task. It is made even more difficult in modern western culture because our diet can be filled with nutrient-depleted, highly processed, sugary foods, poor quality industrial meats as well as fruits and vegetables often lacking live enzymes.
Human Growth / Development and AFA
Connecting your child to the most potent green food on earth from an early age will biostimulant cellular growth, improve immunity and support general health, growth and development from the womb to leaving the empty nest. It will introduce their body to complete nutrition, all the vitamins, complete minerals, 20 amino acids, essential fatty acids, all bathed in the wonderful antioxidant rich pigments of phycocyanin and chlorophyll or the blue and the green. Your children will begin to associate green slight bitter tastes with the idea of health and energy and kickstart positive lifelong habits. The dosage can vary according to body weight and nutrient levels but because it is a food there are no real dosage restrictions. Average adult doses are 1-3 grams. Most children notice improvements in attention and focus, hair and nail growth and positive moods with as little as a ½ gram or ⅓ gram for toddlers and babies. Breastfeeding moms can absorb and pass on all the benefits as well.
Saluz delivers AFA in capsules and chewable tablets but recommends putting AFA powder into a fruit juice or smoothie to make it a fun new routine. For children the beginner dosage is correct when the beverage changes color and has a very slight barely noticeable change in flavor. Kids LOVE being part of this process of the changing of the colors. If there is left over smoothie, put it into a popsicle mold, and have it ready for an after school snack. Most common nutrient deficiencies: The most common nutrient deficiencies among school children are: calcium, fiber, folate, iron, magnesium, potassium and vitamin E. It has been reported that the 2 most common deficiencies seen in generally healthy children are iron and vitamin D deficiencies. Not surprisingly these deficiencies are not isolated to poor people, but young athletes from high income homes are often lacking iron and overweight or obese children are often low in vitamin B12. Young vegetarians are usually lacking calories and proteins, B12 and B1, iron and zinc as well. All of these needs can be met with daily AFA consumption.
Clinical StudiesHousehold demand persistence for child micronutrient supplementation
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Dietary Intake and Micronutrient Supplementation in Youth with Celiac Disease with and without Type 1 Diabetes
Liu, Amanda, et al. "Dietary intake and micronutrient supplementation in youth with celiac disease with and without type 1 diabetes." Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research 79.3 (2018): 118-124.
Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation for the Treatment of Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptomatology: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Bloch, Michael H., and Ahmad Qawasmi. "Omega-3 fatty acid supplementation for the treatment of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptomatology: systematic review and meta-analysis." Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 50.10 (2011): 991-1000.
Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids and the brain: a review of the independent and shared effects of EPA, DPA and DHA
Dyall, Simon C. "Long-chain omega-3 fatty acids and the brain: a review of the independent and shared effects of EPA, DPA and DHA." Frontiers in aging neuroscience 7 (2015): 52.