picky-eaters – ENOF


Get more vegetable nutrition into meals without them noticing.


Kids can be picky eaters and it’s natural for you, as a parent, to wonder if yours are getting all their nutritional needs met.  How many times have you seen your toddler subsist on little more than crackers and milk?

Many kids go through periods of pickiness - it’s a part of trying to find some control in their new, exciting, and sometimes overwhelming world.  

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After trying all of the classic tricks you've also probably tried to get our youngest to eat vegetables, I created ENOF. Letting her go through childhood without eating vegetables just wasn't an option.

ENOF is a revolutionary product, made to add vegetable nutrients to any meal or drink without alarming picky eaters. We packed the nutritional equivalent of 2.5 servings of veggies into just 3 shakes of ENOF - no messy shakes, supplements, or tantrums needed. 

Because you only need such a small amount, there is no added taste!

Even if your picky eater only eats chicken fingers, you can still add ENOF to ketchup. 


Since ENOF is a natural vegetable-based product, it's safe to add ENOF to your little one's diet even if they're already taking a vitamin. ENOF will add phytonutrients missing from veggies to their diet, plus 60% of the daily recommended value of: Vitamin A, C, D, E, K, B6, Thiamin, and Folate. 

● Vitamin A deficiency.  This can affect the appropriate development of eyesight and weaken the immune system.  Vitamin A can be found in a variety of sources, especially orange and green vegetables.
● Folate deficiency.  Folate plays a crucial role in brain and spinal cord development, which is why it is so essential for pregnant women to take. to insure proper fetal development.  Natural sources of folate can be found in leafy green vegetables, citrus fruits, and beans.
● Vitamin D deficiency.  Vitamin D is a nutrient critical to the development of a healthy immune system and in particular can help protect people from respiratory tract infections.  It also promotes the absorption of calcium and phosphorous necessary for proper bone development and growth.  Typically vitamin D is made by your body naturally with exposure to the sun, but dietary sources can also be meaningful contributors  of this important nutrient.  Vitamin D is found in mushrooms (one of the only vegetable sources of the vitamin) and fresh fish. 


The good news, though, is that products such as ENOF (learn more about ENOF in this short video) can help overcome these deficiencies.  A single serving of ENOF, just 1/12th of a teaspoon, packs in the nutritional equivalent of 2.5 servings of vegetables, all from organic spinach, broccoli, carrots, beets, tomatoes and shiitake mushrooms.  Whether you or your child avoids vegetables as a function of ARFID or simply from picky eating, ENOF can become an important part of addressing nutrition gaps in your diet.

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*This product is not intended to diagnose,
treat, cure or prevent any disease.