A Nutrition Option for Kids Falling Behind on Growth

Diseases and disorders like ADD, ADHD, Autism and Cystic Fibrosis can cause children to fall behind on the growth curve. Whether it’s from side effects, decreased appetites or picky eating, it can be hard to ensure your child has the right nutrients needed for growth. Our pediatrician-developed nutrition mix is a great solution for parents dealing with dietary issues commonly found in children with these conditions.

Why Healthy Height?

Developed by Pediatricians

The nutrition in our shake mix was clinically shown to help kids grow. The study was published in the Journal of Pediatrics.

Growth Boosting Nutrients

Our #1 goal is to help kids grow. We want to make it easy for parents to get their kids the key nutrients they need - so we packed it all into a 4 ounce shake!

Ingredients You Can Trust

No artificial colors or flavors. No preservatives. No human growth hormone. No GMOs*

Nutrition Supplement to Promote Growth in ADD, ADHD, Cystic Fibrosis and Autism

Supplement your child’s diet and provide additional calories to stay on the growth curve with Healthy Height. Simply mix with water, blend in a smoothie or add to your child’s favorite recipe. Our nutrition mix is an easy solution to ensure your child has the right nutrients!

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What Parents are Saying

"We started our son on Healthy Height about four months ago, giving him the recommended serving with whole milk each day. For a child who doesn't have a strong appetite, he loves his Healthy Height shakes. So far, he's gained height and weight percentiles, so the early results are promising. We plan to keep with it!” ”

- Brandon, Verified Buyer

“My son's weight was steadily declining and forcing him to eat more was not working. Three weeks after starting Healthy Height (1 scoop every night), he had increased over a pound in weight.”

- Any, Verified Buyer

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A Guide for Nutrition & Autism

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*What does our 'No-GMOs' statement mean?

No GMOs means we have tested our finished product for the presence of GMOs to ensure it contains no Genetically Modified Organisms. Our dairy-derived ingredients (whey protein concentrate and nonfat dry milk) are derived from conventionally-produced dairy from suppliers where it is common practice for dairy cows to be fed animal feeds that may contain GMO grains such as corn and soy.