paediasure milk shake £2.50 @ Asda
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paediasure milk shake £2.50 @ Asda

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Found 7th Mar 2016
Bought this at asda dewsbury today.
Was £8.50 down to £4.25! When can scan it , it's £2.50!

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With a name like that I'm sure it's going to fly off the shelves! oO

Tought it was paint

Who on earth but an imbecile would give this to their children though?
A fussy eater = Parent not in control = spoiled brat


Edited by: "biggysilly" 7th Mar 2016

Actually it's also used for children with long term illnesses who need an extra boost to their diet.

RDB10

Actually it's also used for children with long term illnesses who need an … Actually it's also used for children with long term illnesses who need an extra boost to their diet.


Not according to their website PaediaSure Shake is not intended for children with feeding difficulties or faltering growth due to underlying medical conditions, and is not a substitute for seeking medical advice. If you have any concerns, please discuss these with your healthcare professional.

amzzzzyyyy

Tought it was paint


You are right, it is to paint over the fact you are a rubbish parent!

biggysilly

Who on earth but an imbecile would give this to their children though? A … Who on earth but an imbecile would give this to their children though? A fussy eater = Parent not in control = spoiled brat



I really did not know what this was for so thank you for your comment and secondly its not about parents not being in control not evryone has children who will stuff them selves with evrything there find .comments like that are not really nice i hav fussy eating children but i would not force feed them if they dont like it they can eat what they want , and i am sure im not the only one who finds you comments wrong. May i ask do your children eat what they are given and if they dont how do you make them eat it . Would like to know

amzzzzyyyy

I really did not know what this was for so thank you for your comment and … I really did not know what this was for so thank you for your comment and secondly its not about parents not being in control not evryone has children who will stuff them selves with evrything there find .comments like that are not really nice i hav fussy eating children but i would not force feed them if they dont like it they can eat what they want , and i am sure im not the only one who finds you comments wrong. May i ask do your children eat what they are given and if they dont how do you make them eat it . Would like to know


They eat everything they are given although they don't like the school lasagna so they have pack lunches that day. They have a varied diet which I have implemented from day one. They are most definitely not force fed or over fed and yes they eat what they are given. I don't have to make them eat it they learned from a very young age that if their porridge wasn't eaten in the morning they wouldn't leave the table. There were a few tears occasionally which was sometimes heartbreaking but it pays off in the long run. I feel proud when people comment on how good my boys manners are and cringe when I see flappy parents running around their spoiled brat and giving them ice cream or "Milk Shakes" because they won't eat there meal. Why would they? If they know ice cream will come if they make a fuss and once you've caste the mold its hard to break. I have friends who did the exact opposite to me and boy do the make their life hard, I'm sure their son will turn out to be a fine man one day but the way they fuss over him now is embarrassing. Sorry if you feel offended, thats my opinion and not a dig at you personally.

Troll.

My son eats all his meals but currently has a long term illness. The drink gives him a boost to help his body fight it. Just because the brand does not promote this it doesn't mean it can't be used for other things. Children can be fussy for lots of reasons not just because they want to be. We all have different parenting techniques but we do not all slate others because we think our technique is the best.
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