About PediaSure

Nutritional Benefits for PediaSure


As the building block for your child’s bones, muscles, skin and blood, protein plays an important role in physical growth.2


Calcium is essential for building strong bones and teeth.3

Vitamin D

An important vitamin essential for maintaining strong bones and muscles.3


Iron helps your child’s body to produce energy by carrying oxygen to the cells.3 It is also important for immunity3 and appetite support.4


Zinc is one of the most important minerals for children’s immunity.5 It is also important for overall growth and development.6

Vitamin C

An important antioxidant that also aids in bone formation and the absorption of iron.7

Who is PediaSure suitable for?

PediaSure is a specially formulated supplement for children aged 1–10 years at nutritional risk. It can be a regular part of a child’s daily diet while you work to establish healthy eating habits. It can be used to supplement nutritional intake in-between meals or at snack times.

PediaSure is not intended as a meal substitute but can be used as part of balanced diet in kids:


are not meeting key growth milestones


have nutritional deficiencies 


aren't eating a balanced diet to grow and thrive

PediaSure® - Suitable for the nutritional support of kids aged between 1 and 10 years old.

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How can you make PediaSure part of your kids’ day?

Kids love the taste of PediaSure as a health shake, or added to their favourite meals.

PediaSure Ready-to-Drink Liquid makes the perfect addition to kids’ lunchboxes or when they’re on the go.

Try incorporating Vanilla, Chocolate or Strawberry PediaSure, into sweet or savoury recipes for a nutritional boost.

Need recipe ideas? Download our FREE recipe book!

PediaSure® Recipes - Add it to their favourite meals.

PediaSure is a Food for Special Medical Purposes. Use only under medical supervision.

References: 1. PediaSure® Powder Product Label. 2. Harvard School of Public Health. The Nutrition Source – Protein. Available at: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/what-should-you-eat/protein/. 3. Nutrient Reference Values for Australia and New Zealand. Nutrients. Available at: https://www.eatforhealth.gov.au/nutrient-reference-values/nutrients. Accessed November 2022. 4. Gao Y, et al. J Clin Invest. 2015;125(9):3681–3691. 5. Singh M, Das RR. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2011;(2):CD001364. 6. Health Direct. Foods high in zinc. Available at: https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/foods-high-in-zinc. 7. National Library of Medicine - Medicine Plus. Vitamin C and your health. Available at: https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/vitamin-c-and-your-health