Ages 2 to 6 are

critical years of growth
for your child

Make sure your child doesn't miss out on the below nutrients!

Children need both macro & micronutrients. Groviva® is enriched with 38 Nutrients to support your Child's Growth & Development.

Below are some
'Nutrients That Matter'
which are often missed out.
Are you missing them in your child's diet?


They are made up of amino acids and are necessary to build, repair & maintain body cells as well as synthesize hormones and antibodies.
Different types of proteins are digested at different speeds:

Whey – Fast digesting milk protein

Casein – Slow-digesting milk protein

Soy Protein- Intermediate digesting plant protein

which helps maintain a constant
supply of amino acids in the body.


Help build-up the good bacteria in the intestine & increases child’s immunity.

Groviva® contains Lactobacillus & Bifidobacterium which support immune function and gut health.


Supports healthy bowel function and manages satiety – the feeling of fullness.

Groviva® contains Soluble + Insoluble fibers which support bowel movement & digestion.


Docosahexanoic acid (DHA) plays a major role in the functioning of the brain and impacts the development of motor skills and vision in toddlers.

Thus Groviva® contains DHA & nutrients like Iron which help in Brain Development & Cognition.

What is RDA?

Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) is the amount of nutrition needed to maintain one’s health.

RDA Chart for Children (4-6 years)

Groviva® is customized keeping in mind the Indian consumer.

Just 2 scoops of Groviva® added to 100ml water or milk consumed twice a day

Helps meet the RDA requirement of growing children.

Take 100 ml


Add 2 scoops
of Groviva ®


Twice Daily


2. Ministry of Health,2012 (Rev ‘15) Food and Nutrition Guidelines for Healthy Children and Young People (Aged 2-18 years)

3. Jornal de Pediatria 2011 Jul-Aug;87(4):292-300. doi: 10.2223/JPED.2103

4. EFSA 2010;8(10):1734, EFSA 2011;9(4):2078



Lactose intolerance is the inability to fully digest sugar (lactose) in dairy products.

If after consumption of milk, your child suffers from Diarrhea, Gastritis and/or stomach cramps. Your Child could be Lactose Intolerant.

Kindly consult a Pediatrician to know more