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Designed for children of ages 2-6, Junior Horlicks helps your little fussy eater get A to Z nutrition!
Use the Horlicks Nutrimeter diet assessment tool to find out if your child is getting the nutrition they need for their overall growth and development.
The Science Inside
Junior Horlicks helps your toddler with complete nutrition! It contains nutrients known to support a toddler’s brain development, physical growth & immune function.
Toddler Nutrition & Development
A child's growth depends on their intake of the right nutrients. These nutrients help in their growth and the development of crucial skills.
More About Your Toddler's Health & Nutrition
Here are the answers to your questions regarding your toddler's growth & development journey to help you make the right choices!
Do's And Don'ts Of Feeding Your Toddlers
Children can be very picky eaters and while you would like to give them all food items they want, it’s important that you also give them what they need.
Brain-Boosting Activities To Engage Your Toddler
A child’s brain reaches 90% of its adult development by age 6, making it necessary for you to engage your child with activities that aid brain development.
Does Your Child Have Age-Appropriate Motor Skills?
Developing essential motor skills early is vital to your child's development and you can help them along by learning a few basics.
Frequently Asked Questions
Take 200 ml of hot or cold milk and add 23g (2-3 heaped spoonful) of Junior Horlicks while stirring to remove lumps. Recommended twice a day.
Junior Horlicks is scientifically designed for children in the age group of 2-6 years. The appropriate age to start Junior Horlicks is 2 years.
23g (2-3 heaped spoonful) of Junior Horlicks in 200 ml of hot or cold milk is recommended twice a day.
Junior Horlicks Vanilla Flavour has 5g of added sugar (Sucrose) per 100g and Junior Horlicks Chocolate Flavour has 10g of added sugar (Sucrose) per 100g. There are no preservatives in the product.
How can I make sure my kids eat a healthy diet when they refuse to eat anything they considered as 'healthy food’?
At some time or another, all parents worry about their child's eating habits. Kids go through phases when they eat healthier and have good appetites. And they also go through phases when all they want to eat is junk food. Kids quickly learn that they can control what to eat, how much to eat, and even when to eat. This is why eating disorders can develop in some kids and teenagers. As parents, it is our responsibility to teach kids about nutrition and what kind of foods are healthy. Be patient but continue to model and talk about healthy eating habits. To begin with, discuss the importance of healthy and timely eating. Talk about the food pyramid and help them understand the food groups and how they function. Show them that healthy food is not always boring food.