Have a DC aged 1 to 10 years who is a fussy eater? Sign up to test PaediaSure Shake chocolate, vanilla or strawberry flavour drinks - £100 voucher for feedback

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LucyBMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 16-Mar-21 15:02:16

We’re looking for Mumsnet users with at least one child aged 1 to 10 years to test PaediaSure Shake with their child. PaediaSure Shake is a nutritional supplement drink for kids enriched with essential nutrients they need to grow and thrive.

Here’s what PaediaSure has to say: “Whether your child is going through a fussy eating phase, feeling under the weather or always on the go, PaediaSure Shake is here to support them on their journey to a balanced diet. Our shakes are packed with omega 3 & 6 to support their growth and development*, protein for normal bone development and 26 vitamins & minerals including vitamin D to support the normal function of their immune system. PaediaSure Shake can provide peace of mind your child is getting the nutrients they need to help keep them strong and healthy. Try it alongside their meals, as a nutritious after-school snack or in one of our enriched recipes!”

Selected testers will be sent 2 or 3 x 400g tins of PaediaSure Shake Powder in the flavour(s) of their choice and will be asked to test the drink with their child once a day**. The drink comes in chocolate, vanilla and strawberry flavours. Click here to find out more about PaediaSure Shake.

Testers will be asked to give their feedback on a thread on Mumsnet and a short survey. All testers who give the required feedback will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £100 voucher for the store of their choice (from a list).

If you’re interested in taking part, please sign up here.

Thanks and good luck!


Insight Terms and Conditions apply

PaediaSure Shake is a food supplement. It may be used while working towards a healthy balanced diet.

*Essential fatty acids are needed for normal growth and development of children. This beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 10g linoleic acid and 2g alpha-linolenic acid.
**Recommended daily servings: 1-3 year olds = 1 serving. 4-10 year olds = 2 servings.

Date of Preparation December 2020. UK-PDSHK-2000155.

OP’s posts: |
NikaH Wed 17-Mar-21 10:36:02

I will love to try with my 8 year old

FedNlanders Wed 17-Mar-21 11:45:38


Tabithalevi Wed 17-Mar-21 12:27:39

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Hilda41 Wed 17-Mar-21 13:39:49

Hi, I've an 8 year old son, who is an extremely fussy eater. Would be very interested in taking part

mummywithhermini Wed 17-Mar-21 14:27:04

Be aware these are full of sugar

FreshGarbage Wed 17-Mar-21 19:21:30

Have signed up. Would be keen to find a solution to my fussy 6 year old's limited food options.

sukhman Wed 17-Mar-21 20:16:07

hi I'm very happy with paediasure.my son born 2014 he is very tiny.people irritate me pass very bad comments you son very small I'm very depressed that time then my frnd suggest me paediasure it's really magic I buy from boots now my son 7 year old .realy everyone try this product.

Shannith Wed 17-Mar-21 22:43:48

Done. I like the idea.

Smurf123 Thu 18-Mar-21 13:39:54

Love the sound of this for my incredibly fussy 3 year old

GingerGetThePopcorn Thu 18-Mar-21 19:25:01

I'd love to try with my 4 year old whose diet is getting more limited by the day.

ImSoMagical Thu 18-Mar-21 20:08:24

Would love to try with my fussy 8 year old who doesn't eat bread, potatoes, cheese, meat, fish, pizza, milk etc etc!! Good to try something new.

LysistrataVickers Thu 18-Mar-21 20:53:46


SakuraEdenSwan1 Thu 18-Mar-21 21:21:51

Done, this would be great for my 9 year old who has SPD especially an eating disorder through textures.

florisse Fri 19-Mar-21 06:39:22

My daughter has this in home made smoothies sometimes. She can spot the taste if I add too much but it works well as a supplement as well as a drink on its own.

Samii89 Fri 19-Mar-21 15:04:41

Done smile

Chunkymenrock Fri 19-Mar-21 17:33:49

I did a double take at your product name. I think it is very unwise.

JohnnyMcGrathSaysFuckOff Fri 19-Mar-21 18:27:20

Is this really sensible? My 6yo is super fussy but no way do I want her thinking "shakes" are normal food. Surely it makes it harder to then get them to eat real food?

mummykauli7 Fri 19-Mar-21 19:30:41

Done x

GreenSlide Fri 19-Mar-21 23:05:05


I did a double take at your product name. I think it is very unwise.

What?! hmm

Cacadoo Sat 20-Mar-21 00:10:53

Im new on here and am getting a bit lost in the abbreviation for example i have a dc ? And vote thing AIBU is there a list somewhere I can look up so I know what everyone is talking about

NameChange30 Sat 20-Mar-21 09:51:10

Absolutely terrible idea confused

For children with sensory issues or eating disorders or whatever, something like this might be necessary, but for otherwise healthy children who are just fussy eaters, there's no way on earth we should be offering them a sugary milkshake every day!

Most of us give our children a vitamin supplement anyway.

Moonflower12 Sat 20-Mar-21 19:32:41

I would love to try this with my super- fussy child!

iusedtohavechickens Sat 20-Mar-21 21:32:57

Yes please, we have a nearly 2 year old daughter who has food intolerances and a rough start to life that's resulted in her being fussy with foods x

nocoolnamesleft Sun 21-Mar-21 00:05:13

Oh dear. Nutritional replacements and nutritional supplements should be used under the direction of a paediatric dietician, not as a website freebie.

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