Looking for tips on how to serve and mix Bio-Heal? You've come to the right place.
If you’re a parent of a sensitive child, you know what a challenge it can be for them to try new foods. We’ve talked to hundreds of smart parents who’ve come up with creative ways to serve All- Star Nutrition’s Bio-Heal to their kiddos. Below you will find some tried and true strategies.
What Parents Need to Know About Serving Bio-Heal
Start by mixing the powder into any food or beverage that is room temperature or cooler.
Mix with Smoothies
I’ve tried mixing Bio-Heal with just about every type of food and drink imaginable – and by far, smoothies work the best.
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Mix with Fruit Juice or other Drinks
This is the most popular way that All-Star parents give Bio-Heal. The following juices have worked particularly well:
- Unfiltered Organic Pear Juice
- Orange Juice
- Citrus/ Tropical Juices (these are very good at concealing any taste)
- Sports Drinks
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“I give Bio -Heal to my child in his favorite drink which is Lemonade. He loves all kinds of flavors, raspberry, mango, blueberry, as long as it has that tart lemonade taste he us down. I mix the powder a little at a time and I use that nifty little milk frother/mixer that's offered on Amazon”
- Martha May
Mix with Soft Foods
Many soft foods mix very well with Bio-Heal. You may want to try some of the following:
- Sorbet/ GFCF Ice Cream
- Applesauce or mashed banana
- Spaghetti Sauce (after it’s been cooked)
- On top of pasta as kids think it's parmesan cheese
NOTE: Do not cook or bake with All-Star Nutrition Bio-Heal, as this could affect the potency.
Use a “Special” Cup or Bottle
For some kids, it works well to put their vitamins into a special cup (maybe one with a favorite cartoon character or logo) to help create a consistent and appealing routine that they can count on. A straw can help hide the appearance of anything floating, and a covered cup conceals the appearance of anything out of the ordinary.
Make Popsicles, Ice Cubes, or Gelatin Cups
Some moms have told us they had good success putting Bio-Heal into homemade popsicles that their kids eat with meals. Others have even mixed it into vegetarian gelatin to make small gelatin cups!
Bio-Heal can also be frozen into ice cubes (one dose per cube). The child can either suck the cube directly, or it can be put in a drink.
For some families, using reinforcers (such as a toy or sticker) can help a child be motivated to take their Bio-Heal. ABA sessions can be a great time to teach kids about these reinforcements.