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Beat The Lost Growth In Your Child With Horlick Growth+


Children are building blocks for a healthy society. They must grow to their full capacities. To carry the responsibility of human species on their shoulders and to take it to a next level, they must be developed strong, vigorous and healthy both physically and psychologically.

Children are curious by nature. This curiosity must be nurtured. It is the quality that churns out great scientists, doctors, engineers, teachers, writers, etc. This curiosity brings innovation and creative ideas, essential for a progressive society, make our life easier and this world a better place to live in.

All parents want to see their children in a healthy state. They leave no stone unturned to keep them strong, healthy and full of curiosity. Often, they get the results. But, in certain cases, their children fall behind on growth. They do not show the symptoms of growth. They do not attain right weight and height as per the age. And, as a result of retarded growth, they do not show curiosity for learning something new. They get tired in the classroom very early which severely affect their learning process. They do not want to actively participate in any activities in school. As a result, they lost all excitement at all. These are, actually, the major cause of anxiety amongst Parents. But, with the passage of time, they learn to live with that. So, the question is, can you allow your child to remain in that state?


As Hippocrates said “ Let food be thy medicine”, a balanced diet will certainly help in attaining right growth at a right time. But, we all know, our eating habit is changing drastically. Forget the children, we ourselves are addictive towards junk food items. And, a child is just a child. They obviously want to eat food items that satisfy their taste buds. So, your kid not eating a balanced and healthy diet recommended by the Pediatrician is very normal these days. But, what can you do to make sure your kid is not going to lag behind in this highly competitive world?

Horlicks is helping thousands of such concerned Parents and their children for many years. It is a global brand that almost everyone knows about. And, now this brand comes up with an innovative new product Horlicks Growth+. It is a specialized nutrition product designed by international pediatric experts for the children in age group of 3-9 years who are lagging behind in height and weight. It contains high-quality whey protein with added nutrients that are known to enable children to catch up on lost growth which has been clinically proven for visible growth in children in 6 months.”

In this competitive society, an all-round growth of children is necessary. Because you already know the famous line from the movie 3 idiots “Life is a race, you must run fast, until you reach the finish line, otherwise, the guy behind you will tread over you towards the finish line”. Therefore, if your child didn't grow to his/her full potential, then catching up on lost growth becomes inevitable. Thankfully, the medical science is competent to deal with this and Horlicks came up with an innovative solution, Horlicks growth+.



This post is sponsored by Horlicks India, a brand of GlaxoSmithKline.
(Image credit: https://growthplus.horlicks.in/)

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