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Are You Making the Healthiest Choicest for Your Family?

Jan 30, 2018 2:19:49 PM / by Nature's One Marketing Team posted in Health


Here at Nature’s One your child’s health is our highest priority. We believe that making a child’s nutritional environment safer and healthier starts with sourcing the safest and purest ingredients available.

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Are You Doing Everything You Can to Keep Your Child Safe?

Jan 30, 2018 2:12:18 PM / by Nature's One Marketing Team posted in Health


Whether you’re a new parent or a veteran, it’s helpful to be reminded of hazards in the home, during mealtime, play time etc.

The following article offers helpful tips and tricks for parents as you focus on protecting your children from choking hazards, dangerous items in the home and unsafe toys. 

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Fun & Nutritious Recipes!

Jan 30, 2018 1:56:27 PM / by Nature's One Marketing Team posted in Recipes, Health


Mealtime can be a lot more fun for your kids when they can help out in the kitchen!

Check out the following fun recipes made with PediaSmart® Vanilla! All recipes are perfect for you and your kids to make together.

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Struggling with Breastfeeding?

Jan 30, 2018 1:44:31 PM / by Nature's One Marketing Team posted in Health

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Having a Difficult Breastfeeding Experience?

Nature’s One® believes breast milk is the best organic option. However, there may be personal or medical reasons why mothers do not breastfeed, supplement breastfeeding with formula or stop breastfeeding. With so many societal pressures on mothers today, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and defeated.

Remember, you are not a failure!

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Life With Cystic Fibrosis

Jan 30, 2018 1:31:43 PM / by Nature's One Marketing Team posted in Health, Product


How PediaSmart® Can Make a Difference for Children Living with a Chronic Illness

My name is Bryce, I am 27 years old and I was born with a genetic disease called Cystic Fibrosis (CF). The average life expectancy for me was 35 years old when I was born.  Cystic fibrosis disease effects the lungs, digestive system and other organs in the body, and now for those of us born with the disease that are living longer, there are many long-term issues we monitor, such as diabetes.

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