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Does your child need to improve their appetite?

Help improve appetite in just 4 weeks1*

New PediaSure Organic is a balanced health shake with 27 essential vitamins and minerals,2 including iron and zinc that can help improve appetite3–5. PediaSure Organic is NASAA Certified Organic, so you can be confident you’re giving your child a quality product with essential nutrients for their growth and development.2

*Based on a 48-week clinical study in children at nutritional risk, when given in conjunction with dietary counselling. Product used in the study was PediaSure not PediaSure Organic.

NASAA: National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia.

Kids can have unpredictable eating habits

It’s no secret that kids need a healthy, balanced diet to grow and thrive. While some kids leap at the chance to enjoy fruit, veggies and other nutritious foods, we know this can be a challenge for others.


If your kid’s an unpredictable eater, you’re not alone.

9 out of 10 kids aren’t consuming their recommended 5 serves of vegetables per day.6

And up to two thirds of parents identify their children as picky or unpredictable eaters.7

If your child is a picky or unpredictable eater, they may be at nutritional risk.

Good to grow

With over 30 years of research,2 we’ve learned a thing or two about helping kids grow and thrive through great nutrition.


If your child is a picky eater, they may:8–12

  • Eat very little
  • Have tantrums at mealtimes
  • Accept only a few types of foods
  • Take a long time to eat meals or snacks
  • Be unwilling to try new foods
  • Have strong food preferences
  • Eat few fruits and vegetables
  • Prefer drinks to foods

PediaSure Organic is a good source of iron and zinc, supporting a healthy appetite.2–5

PediaSure Organic is made with certified organic ingredients and contains 27 essential vitamins and minerals to support growth and development.2


NASAA Certified Organic Cert. No. 2834P

Goodness of high-quality, certified organic ingredients

Its unique, scientifically designed, certified
organic formulation contains:

Iron and zinc to help
improve appetite.3–5
A prebiotic and probiotic blend to
support immunity.13,14
Calcium and vitamin D to support
healthy bone and muscle
A high-quality protein combination
to help support growth and
With over 30 years of research in
childhood nutrition,2 we know how to
support growing Aussie kids.

Brighter future for them. Brighter future for us.

When you choose to give your child PediaSure Organic, you’re not only supporting a brighter future for them, but also a brighter future for us and our planet.


Produced from high-quality European milk ingredients and protein.2


Delicious, kid-approved taste.2


Certified by NASAA Certified Organic (NCO). NCO is a fully-owned subsidiary of the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia (NASAA).2


Contains a unique triple protein complex and 27 essential vitamins and minerals2 to support growth and development.17†

Choose PediaSure Organic for the confidence that your child is getting good quality ingredients to help them

PediaSure Organic is available from all quality pharmacies.
In children at nutritional risk.
*PediaSure Brand Research September 2020.
Food for Special Medical Purposes. Use only under medical supervision.

References: 1. Huynh DTT et al. J Hum Nutr Diet 2015;28:623–35. 2. PediaSure® Organic Product Label (Vanilla). 3. Stoltzfus RJ et al. J Nutr 2004;134:348–56. 4. Krebs NF et al. Am J Dis Child 1984;138:270–73. 5. Kusumastuti AC et al. J Indones Biomed 2018;10(2):133–9. 6. Gasser C, Evans-Whipp T and Terhaag S. (2018). The physical health of Australian children. In G. Daraganova and N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up In Australia – The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children, Annual Statistical Report 2018. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies. 7. Abbott U&A Research, 2018. 8. Jacobi C et al. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 2003;42:76–84. 9. Manikam R et al. J Clin Gastroenterol 2000;30(1):34–46. 10. Carruth BR et al. J Am Coll Nutr 1998;17(2):180–6. 11. Wright CM et al. Pediatrics 2007;120(4):e1069–75. 12. Galloway AT et al. J Am Diet Assoc 2005;105(4):541–8. 13. Fisberg M et al. lnt Pediatr 2002;17(4):216–22. 14. Schrezenmeir J et al. Clin Pediatr 2004;43:239. 15. Karpiński M et al. J Am Coll Nutr 2017;36(5):399–412. 16. Paul G. J Am Coll Nutr 2009;28(4):464S–472S. 17. Australian Government National Health and Medical Research Council. Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand. Available at: [Accessed 21 April 2022].

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