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Toddler Health Products Help Children with Celiac Disease
Date:4/15/2009

Toddler Health introduces it's gluten free line of products to the Celiac Disease Foundations members, giving them a tasty and healthier way to eat.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 15, 2009 -- Toddler Health introduces it's gluten free line of products to the Celiac Disease Foundations members, giving them a tasty and healthier way to eat. Toddler Health is proud to be an official partner with the Celiac Disease Foundation giving its members access to its gluten free line of Toddler products. Dr. Richard Visser, CEO of Simply Toddler LLC, the company that makes Toddler Health presented a check to Mrs. Elaine Monarch, Founder and Executive Director of the Celiac Disease Foundation in Studio City, CA in support of their program in bringing awareness and solutions to the Celiac community nationwide. Mrs. Elaine Monarch accepted the check stating "Toddler Health understands the nutritional needs of children with celiac disease. They offer a natural, balanced nutritional mix that supplements the gluten-free diet. Celiac Disease Foundation welcomes the partnership with Simply Toddler LLC, maker of Toddler Health, making more people aware of celiac disease and enhancing the health of celiac children."

Dr. Richard Visser stated "Partnering up with the Celiac Disease Foundation is a perfect way to ensure that children with Celiac disease who have limited access to gluten free foods have options to delicious snacks and drinks making their lives a little more cheerful and definitely a lot healthier. Our mission is to create products that supports a healthier generation"

Toddler Health is an all natural Balanced Nutritional Drink Mix for toddlers ages 13 months to 5 years. Toddler Health is the only Rice Based, Gluten free, Dairy Free, Soy Protein Free, Non-GMO product containing DHA, EPA, Omega 3, Prebiotics, 21 vitamins and minerals and Anti Oxidants available f
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