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24-Ct 8oz PediaSure Organic Kid's Nutrition Shake (Chocolate or Vanilla) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 24-Ct 8oz PediaSure Organic Kid's Nutrition Shake (Chocolate or Vanilla) on sale for $25.98 when you 'clip' 45% off coupon found on product page and checkout with Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks NightHound

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 24-Pack 8oz Pediasure Grow & Gain Organic Nutrition Shake on sale for $25.98 when you clip the 45% off coupon found on the product page and checkout with Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

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In for picky mom who wants to try all kinds of milk(as long as there's milk) lol
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In for 5. I have an extremely picky eater and if it weren't for these he'd fall off the growth char totally. He only eats french fries and strawberries. Been going to OT for 2 years and no progress at all. Just hope long expirations on these.

Ugh. One per account coupon. Have only 3 accounts. Would of saved a lot.
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Organic my azzz. 17gs of added sugar! The only healthy ingredient is water. Maltodextrin and sugar are the 2nd n 3rd ingredients after water.
"Organic" means nothing.
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You can get it prescribed by your child pediatrician
Our pediatrician is an adult. Yours is some kind of Doogie Howser prodigy?
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Why are people like you, who use common sense and factual information, so rare here?
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GWAS studies have largely been disappointing, sorry to say but the statistic about 60% of health being genes is garbage.
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Absolutely amazing deal. These are very expensive elsewhere. Buy buy buy buy
I have one picky eater in the house and the PediaSure have been great for nutrition and growing not for everyone but works well for picky eaters. For those that worry about organic vs non organic and GMO free etc, it's all a form of "marketing". It's not going to make you healthier or live longer. You genes+hereditary is responsible for 60% of your overall health. A California man wrote a book of how his wife and him made it their life purpose to earth healthy organic food only and exercise for 25 years and he was devastated when his wife died of cancer in her early 60s.
Please help yourself and the planet by reading about GMO and benefits of organic before making such wild comments. Id say start with your local library. One anecdotal case in California doesnt make it the rule, it makes it an exception.

Monsanto paid millions of dollars in settlement in the RoundUp Case. if you are wondering how that is related - read this book called "The world according to Monsanto"
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Thanks OP....my total came to $20.79
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Absolutely amazing deal. These are very expensive elsewhere. Buy buy buy buy
I have one picky eater in the house and the PediaSure have been great for nutrition and growing not for everyone but works well for picky eaters. For those that worry about organic vs non organic and GMO free etc, it's all a form of "marketing". It's not going to make you healthier or live longer. You genes+hereditary is responsible for 60% of your overall health. A California man wrote a book of how his wife and him made it their life purpose to earth healthy organic food only and exercise for 25 years and he was devastated when his wife died of cancer in her early 60s.
'Consuming less toxins is a marketing ploy' I disagree with that. It took a long time to get companies to offer the healthier options. There was demand, so they eventually supplied it.
Genes & heredity can be influenced by your lifestyle--but the greater genetic influence/consequence of your lifestyle & choices are realized by your grandchildren.
The man & wife anecdote you mention could be an example of people suffering from their ancestors' habits.
If you're interested in the mechanics, read about epigenetics.
Take care so future generations may reap the benefits.
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In for 5. I have an extremely picky eater and if it weren't for these he'd fall off the growth char totally. He only eats french fries and strawberries. Been going to OT for 2 years and no progress at all. Just hope long expirations on these.

Ugh. One per account coupon. Have only 3 accounts. Would of saved a lot.
My son is in OT also for feeding. How old is yours?
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It looks like they have the same protein and vitamins. I think the organic part comes mainly from using organic milk and cane sugar. I've never tried the organic version, but it costs less this time, so why not? In my area, a gallon of organic milk costs more than double the price of the non-organic milk.

For those complaining about the calories, this product is meant to be a meal supplement. It is supposed to be a weight gainer (or at least prevent weight loss). It is made by the same manufacturer as Ensure. Doctors have been prescribing Ensure for decades.
Thank you for being practical and sharing your wisdom with the interwebz
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My total with S&S was only $20.79! Thanks OP!!
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Cheaper than even Costco. Although for some reason, Pediasure sold by Costco has a prebiotic too (which could just be a marketing gimmick).

Make sure to ask your pediatrician for samples. The first time we got 6 bottles to try, the next time he sent us home with a case and a half.
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My son is in OT also for feeding. How old is yours?
Mine too. He just turned 4. Only eats graham crackers, white cheddar cheezit grooves, Oreos, and Gerber fruit and yogurt pouches.
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I am only seeing up to a 15% off subscribe and save coupon, so I guess I missed out on this deal.
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for those who ordered this.....what is your expiration on the bottles?
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