Kidivite – A healthy appetite for growing children!

Child refuses to eat family cooked food!

They refuse to eat meat and animal products!

He or She refuses to eat vegetables!

You are worried about the quality and quantity of nutrition!


Appetite Slump & Love for Junk food in Toddlers and Young Children

This is a common and misunderstood aspect of children’s growth phase affecting millions of children.

The rebellion not to eat, causing drama at the dinner table just to avoid real cooked food; but always has more space for sweets, cake and chips!

Poor Feeding Habits

Long-term consequences!

Parent worried & concerned for your child’s long-term relationship with food!

Ill-equipped moms!

No practical solutions

Lack practical solutions to deal with children going through this phase.

Dinner Table Drama!

Mom is frustrated!

Moms feel both frustrated and concerned about the adequacy of right nutrition with picky or fussy eating.

As a mom, Kidivite® understands that You Are Not Alone!

We care and appreciate what you are going through.

  • It is common for your child to be a picky eater, eat inadequate amounts of real food and only have appetite for unhealthy foods.

  • Kidivite has been the No. 1 Appetite Tonic in South Africa for over seven years.

  • We offer practical tips and suggestions that have helped parents keep their children Healthy, Active & Feeding during the growth years!

Kidivite - A healthy appetite for growing children.

Kidivite Syrup - 200mls

No. 1 Appetite Tonic in South Africa! - What customers say about Kidivite...

  • Not only does Kidivite contain all essential vitamins and minerals for a growing child, but my little guy loves the taste of Kidivite and it has turned my little picky eater into an adventurous eater.

    Tebogo M.Picky Eater to Adventurous Eater!
  • With your products I have no worry of any deficiency in her diet anymore! KIDIVITE Syrup assists my little princess with an increased appetite and supplements her with the essential daily nutrition that she needs.I can only salute KIDIVITE for your amazing products!! I have no idea what I would do without it! Keep it up!!

    Zahra DesaiThank You Kidivite!
  • My daughter and I remain on your products; yours being the first EVER that she has liked for more than a week…now nearly two months. I want the formula as this is truly a breakthrough with her.

    Bryan B.Breakthrough!

By following the Kidivite® Mom’s Guide, and supplementing your child with Kidivite®, you will:

  1. Cultivate the right eating habits that ensure healthy relationship with food
  2. Supplement the vitamins &minerals that would otherwise be deficient due to the poor feeding habits
  3. Build your child’s immune system keeping them away from illnesses and hospitalization
  4. Provide good nutritional foundation for your child’s growth and development.

Mom's Nutrition Guide to Picky Eaters

Tips and Tricks on How to Deal with Toddlers and Children who Barely Seem to Take a Full Meal!

By using Kidivite® & applying tips we help Moms (and Dads) avoid:

  1. Micronutrient deficiency that could interfere with healthy growth and development of your child
  2. Growth, stunting and low for age weight that is associated with mal-nutrition (under nutrition & over nutrition).
  3. Frequent and persistence infections as a result of poor immunity secondary to poor nutritional habits.
  4. Children with poor & deranged appetite & relationship with food that affects them into their adulthood.

What you get...

Kidivite® shall help you cope, manage and handle challenges of picky eaters and offer them good nutrition that is fundamental to their growth and development.

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5 primary causes of picky eaters & solutions for each

Reasons why your child is not eating and what to do about it! There are many reasons why a child may be a picky eater and choosier than usual at mealtime.  Listed below are some of the most common causes of picky eating and ideas for how to respond.  (Adapted from Lerner & Parlakian, 2007). … Read more 5 primary causes of picky eaters & solutions for each

Fundamentals of appetite in children

Children between the ages of 1 and 5 years of age are often “picky eaters”. The average age is between 3 years and more pronounced in girls than boys. They go through phases where they want to eat and at times they’ve completely lost their appetite.

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