Nature's Way Alive! Children's Chewable Multi-Vitamin
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- For children aged 3-12
- Aids growth
- Supports cognitive development
- Genuine products
- All products sourced in the UK
to receive your order tomorrow 24th April
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What are Children’s Multi-Vitamins?
The Nature’s Way Alive! Children’s Multi-Vitamins are specially balanced for children aged 3 to 12. A lot of the time, children are not getting enough vital nutrients through food alone and these tablets provide a practical and convenient way to make sure the recommended daily intakes are met.
These Children’s Chewable tablets are bursting with vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C for a strong immune system, vitamin D for healthy bones and iodine for normal growth. They are also enriched with iron which is important for the cognitive development of children. While a lot of multivitamins may do you some good, taking one that’s tailored especially for children means that they get more of what their body needs and nothing that it doesn’t.
The Children's vitamins contain no artificial flavourings or preservatives, and are suitable for vegetarians. They owe their tasty berry flavour to their trademarked fruit and veggie powder blend.
How do I use Children’s Chewable Multi-Vitamins?
These vitamins are designed to be taken by children aged 3-12, and shouldn't be taken by any child younger than that.
Children should take 1 vitamin tablet daily by chewing and swallowing with food. Do not exceed the daily recommended amount and take care in young children as the iron content can have a laxative effect. Full details of the calories, vitamin content and other ingredients can be found on the packaging and should be checked for allergens before taking them.