Learn from the BOOST Kids Essentials Featured Families {Giveaway}

In the last several weeks, I have had the opportunity to share with you the struggles I have with my picky eaters at mealtime.  If you have been following along, I have introduced to you two families all of which have had similar obstacles and are solving them with Boost Kids Essentials.  Today, I would like to share with you the story of the McCoy’s.

Grab a tissue, y’all…this video touched me.  The little girl in this series, Meghan, was diagnosed with kidney cancer at a very young age.  The pain in her Mother’s face is something I hope I never have to experience.  She felt helpless against the cancer and prayed every day to trade places with her daughter.  Fortunately, after 10 months of treatment, Meghan is doing well!

Meghan was always a picky eater, but as you can imagine, the cancer treatments made nutrition that much harder for the entire family.  The McCoy’s turned to Boost Kids Essentials which provides 24 essential vitamins and nutrients plus 7 grams of protein.  While Meghan often did not feel like eating, she loved Boost and her Mother could rest knowing she was getting the nutrients she needed.

I am so thankful to have two healthy children, but I can certainly relate to the McCoy family when one of my children is under the weather.  During and after an illness, I worry that my daughter may become dehydrated or may not take in the vitamins and nutrients they need to heal quickly.  I, too, turn to Boost Kids Essentials because both of my daughters love the way they taste (especially the chocolate!).

Do you relate to one of the three featured families?  Tell me and enter to win below!


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70 thoughts on “Learn from the BOOST Kids Essentials Featured Families {Giveaway}”

  1. I can relate most to the Brunelle family. My son is a very picky eater and is underweight. I get concerned that he’s not getting the right nutrients.

  2. I relate somewhat with the Brunelles as both my kids are lightweights. We don’t have the hectic schedule they do but we do worry about them being picked on because they are so small.

  3. The McCoys, I had a daughter that was really sick and after three surgeries is doing well this would have been a great help

  4. I re;ate to the McCoy’s. Though no one in my immediate family had cancer, my foster son had health issues when he came to live with us. While he was in other foster homes he was given unhealthy junk food and was very resistant to eating nutritious meals. We had to supplement to get his health back on track.

  5. I can relate most to the McCoys because I work in a hospital and I’ve had children as patients that are battling similar things.

  6. We relate to the Brunelles, being tiny folk around here! My daughter isn’t actually picky, but very often she just doesn’t seem that interested in eating too much. (She’d rather play!) So I like to do what I can to ensure she’s getting sufficient nutrients and calories.

  7. I can relate to the McCoys because of what their daughter is experiencing and my daughter suffers from something similar and has to eat certain things to stay healthy

  8. We are very much the McCoy’s, I spend my days stressing over my three year old not eating enough and missing out on all of his essential nutrients

  9. I relate somewhat with the Brunelles, my nephew is undwerweight for his age, very hyperactive; so Boost Essentials sounds great, I’ll ask my sister if she’s heard of this.

  10. The Brunelles because my daughter is such a picky eater. I worry she doesn’t get enough nutrients.

  11. Isay the Brunelles because my grandsons is a little under weight!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

  12. I relate to the McCoys and I feel that Boost gives an essential jump start of nutrition to kids

  13. the brunelle’s because i’m constantly worrying about what my daughter eats and how much, if she’s getting the nutrients she needs, etc.

  14. Brunelle’s, definitely!!! My daughter is quite picky and is in the 10th percentile for weight. I have to really plan well for meals. She is also on the swim team so I really need to make sure she is getting the proper nutrients. I

  15. My children are not picky eaters, but my nephews & neices are. Boost is a great product for them, even my mother drinks books due to health & weight loss.

  16. forgot to answer the questions. All those videos are touching but the Brunelle story i can relate to. The McCoy video is so sad. 🙁

  17. we most relate to the mccoys when my hubby had throat cancer and his only nutrition was liquid nutrients through a feeding tube in his stomach

  18. We relate most to Brunelle’s because I have picky eaters but they are getting alot better at trying more different kinds of foods and vegetables.

  19. I can relate to the McCoy’s story the most.
    I have two children that seem to always get sick. And during that time I worry because they don’t eat or take in enough nourishment. So Boost is a definite plus for us during and after an illness.


  20. I relate most to Brunelle’s, we have very picky eaters, I sometimes have to make 3 separate things for dinner!

  21. I misspelled my email address in the previous post. The one entered on this post is correct!

  22. I can relate to the McCoys as although my children are pretty good eaters, My 3 year old daughter has digestive problems and we try to make sure she has plenty of fiber and eats a lot of fruits. Unfortunately it is hard to get her to eat vegetables. My 11 month old was diagnosed with Acid Reflux when he was 3 months old so we really have to make sure he gets plenty of vitamins and protein but be careful of not setting off the reflux.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  23. Definitely the Brunelle family. My little one is a terribly picky eater so we fortify her meals whenever possible!

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