Yes Whey!! With IsoWhey

With all 3 kids now at School and growing before my eyes….not to mention eating everything in sight…I started to wonder if they are getting enough nutrients and support in their growth and health.

They are pretty good eaters but I feel they could do with more vitamins and protein in their diet so I researched a protein shake option that I can give them after School/ in between sports.

I came across IsoWhey… An Australian owned premium health and wellbeing brand, who has just launched its first kid’s product. IsoWhey Clinical Nutrition Kids Complete has been specially formulated by qualified healthcare practitioners to support the nutritional needs of children whose energy and nutrient intake is inadequate.


IsoWhey Kids Complete contains key vitamins and minerals needed for healthy growth and development, including fat soluble vitamins A, D and E, water-soluble vitamin C and folic acid, B group vitamins, calcium and iron. It also contains essential omega-3 fats from flaxseed.

The kids have been loving the IsoWhey shakes I make them each afternoon…I blend (either vanilla or choc flavour) with almond milk, banana, Greek yoghurt and a dash of honey. I really feel they are giving their bodies that extra goodness and nutrition they need at this vital age of growth.

Here are some key fundamental benefits in the formula too….

BONE + TEETH HEALTH: Calcium, vitamin D and magnesium contribute to healthy bone development.

• SUPPORTS COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT: Vitamin C, vitamin B12 and iodine contribute to normal neurological function and development.

• NERVOUS SYSTEM SUPPORT: Vitamins B2, B6 and magnesium contribute to normal nervous system function.

• IMMUNE + ENERGY SUPPORT: Vitamins C, B6, B12 and zinc contribute to a normal immune system and energy production.

So there you have it, tastes great, kids love it and can rest assured they are having a healthy vitamin fuelled snack that will keep them full til dinner!!

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*This product is designed to supplement a normal diet, to address situations where energy and nutrient intake may not be adequate to meet an individual’s requirements. 

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