My girls have "tummy issues" a lot and I try to get them to eat a balanced diet but it is not as easy as it sounds. Paige eats most anything I give her but Piper is a tough one. She refuses to eat anything green and will only eat a small selection of meats. In only 2 weeks I have seen a reduction in their "tummy troubles".
The holiday season can be a hectic time of year, making it difficult for parents to know whether or not the kids are eating enough of the right foods. In fact, did you know a four-year-old child should consume 25 grams of fiber daily, while an 11-year-old boy needs at least 31 grams.
I was sent these 2 medications for my girls:
PediaCare Children's Fever Reducer/Pain Reliever & PediaCare Children's Fever Reducer Plus Multi-Symptom Cold
They get sick a lot and I always keep cold medicine and fever reducer on hand. Piper is actually still getting over a cold and I have been using these for a couple days. They seem to keep her comfortable and reduce her symptoms.
Statistics show that preschool-aged children have around nine colds per year, kindergartners can have 12 colds per year and adolescents have about seven colds per year (cold season runs from September through March/April).