Saturday, September 4, 2010

How to Stay Healthy When Going Back to School

During summer vacation it seems like it's easier for families to eat healthier. The amount of fresh fruits and vegetables at the store, grilling out meat, and if you are able to be at home during the day with your family you can monitor what they eat.

Once you add in the hectic schedules, trying to get everyone where they need to go on time, homework completed and making sure your child(ren) have studied, the entire day can fly right past you. A lot of times we may just run through the drive through to pick up some burgers and fries--hey, it's easy, convenient and you save having to wash up a sink full of cooking dishes.

Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies are a great tasting, dentist approved, daily fiber supplement for children ages 2-11. If you are not sure if your child is consuming enough fiber a day the Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies are a great way to ensure that they are receiving the recommended daily allowance.

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One lucky winner will receive a bottle of Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies for their child! To be entered to win please visit the Pedia-Lax Fiber Gummies website and tell me one thing that you learned from them.

That is the mandatory entry and must be completed before any/all bonus entries will count.

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This giveaway will end on September 13th  @ NOON CST. Open to all US residents 18+. To be eligible to win you must do mandatory entry. If you do not follow that rule all entries will be void. Leave a valid email address in comment or available on profile. Winner will be drawn via and will have 48 hours to respond to notification email. If winner does not contact back w/full name/address a new winner will be picked. All winners will be posted on blog when picked. This blog is not responsible for prizes not being delivered, getting lost, etc. I will try my hardest to work with company if something should go wrong. This blog is not responsible for anything regarding to your use of product.
I was provided with one bottle of fiber gummies in order to conduct an honest review and giveaway. No other compensation was given.



What does fiber do?

* Fiber helps promote regularity*
* Fiber is part of the USDA recommended diet
* Fiber aids in digestion*
* Fiber helps maintain a healthy diet
* Fiber helps relieve constipation*
* Fiber softens and loosens stool*
* Fiber helps improve bowel function*
* Fiber makes elimination more comfortable*
* Fiber helps support gastrointestinal health

mframe said...

I learned that they are sugar free but taste great. Something that is very important at my house!

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I am an email subscriber

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I follow you on twitter

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I like you on facebook

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I like Pedia Lax on facebook

littlelatina said...

I'd love to try this for my son. He thinks candy is a vegetable

tatertot374 said...

Fiber helps improve bowel function
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twinmomoftwins said...

I learned that certain vegetables contain fiber.
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Wehaf said...

These gummies are dentist-approved, and three of them have as much fiber as an ear of corn!

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Melissa B. said...

I learned that Fiber helps support gastrointestinal health.

katklaw777 said...

I learned that their are two types of fiber...Soluble fiber:
Absorbs liquid in the colon, which helps soften stool for more comfortable elimination.
Examples: legumes, oats, rye, and barley, fruits such as plums and berries, vegetables such as broccoli, potatoes, sweet potatoes and onions.

Insoluble fiber:
Adds bulk to the stool and contributes to bowel regularity.
Examples: whole grain foods, bran, nuts and seeds, vegetables such as green beans, cauliflower, zucchini, and celery, the skins of some fruits, including tomatoes.

katklaw777 said...

I subscribe via email.

Gianna said...

Fiber helps support gastrointestinal health.