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    SmartyPants Kids Complete Daily Gummy Vitamins: Gluten Free, Multivitamin & Omega 3 Fish Oil (DHA/EPA Fatty Acids), Iodine Supplement, Methyl B12, Vitamin D3, Non-GMO, 120 count (30 Day Supply)
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    SmartyPants Vitamins


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    • MANUFACTURED IN CALIFORNIA with premium domestic and imported ingredients. No high fructose corn syrup. No refrigeration required.
    • This chewable children's vitamin contains 13 essential nutrients including vitamin D3 for bone and immune health, omega-3 EPA & DHA essential fatty acids and vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) for energy production
    • Omega-3 EPA & DHA (essential fatty acids) sustainably sourced from wild-caught small fish
    • Non-GMO. Free of milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nut allergens, fish allergens, shellfish, soy, gluten, and wheat. No synthetic colors, artificial flavors, or artificial sweeteners. 3RD PARTY LAB TESTED.
    • We include iodine which plays a major role in your child's metabolism and development, folate (methylfolate) to help convert food into energy and vitamin E, an antioxidant for the maintenance of good health

    Flintstones Children's Complete Multivitamin Gummies, 180 Count
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    • Flintstones Complete Gummies are children's multivitamins that offer a wide range of nutrients in easy-to-chew, fruit-flavored gummy vitamins
    • Directions: Under adult supervision product should be fully chewed or crushed. Children 2 & 3 years of age: Fully chew one-half tablet daily, with food. Adults and children 4 years of age and older: Fully chew one tablet daily, with food.
    • Flintstones Complete Chewable Multivitamins are free of high fructose corn syrup, gluten, wheat, aspartame, dairy, and fish
    • Help support overall wellness in growing bodies
    • Pediatricians' #1 brand choice for children's chewable vitamins

Dr. John: Ghost sightings, vitamin gummies, Burning Mouth Syndrome

I can see gummies for children but now I am seeing an develop in gummies for Adults. - Lisa Gummy vitamins have become more approved in recent years. They started off as children's type vitamins made as a rule to help parents get kids to eat them by

Aspen school fundraiser a simple way to give back

The contract's giving catalog offers 10 different ways to grant, ranging from “boost a child's health with multivitamins” to “give the benefaction of water” to “comfort an abused or neglected neonate.” Here's how it works: Purchasers choose the cause they'd

Keeping healthy in a time of crisis

Have a furnishing of multivitamin and mineral tablets of capsules. But remember, they do not work alone. You deprivation to eat some basic food (such as gari and groundnuts or beans) and these supplements will then do wonders to keep you in the pink.

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Several children's rosehip supplements are now ready under the brand Belrosa - Belrosa Rosehip Syrup with added vitamins C&D, Belrosa Rosehip Syrup with added multivitamins, and Belrosa Rosehip Syrup with added omega 3. Each presents an unceremonious and

Pediatricians: Your child may not need the multivitamin

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Pediatricians say more children are taking multivitamins than ever before and may not need to.

A third of kids and teens in the U.S. take some dietary supplement according to a recent study.

"People are hearing a message about the importance of healthy eating and this is a piece they perceive as being a part of healthy eating," said Dr. Steven Abrams, a pediatrician at the University of Texas Dell Medical School.

But parents reliance on vitamins may be misguided.

"They may use the vitamin as a way of saying, well my child never has a piece of fruit or vegetable, so as long as I give them a vitamin supplement," said Dr. Abrams.

He says that's where the problem begins. Although a multivitamin is unlikely to cause any serious harm to children, pediatricians worry about the vast amount of choices and enticing marketing dotting isles in local stores.

"Supplements that are sometimes on the market are not very well regulated can have hormones in them, or just toxic things in there, or even just so much caffeine," said Dr. Abrams.

What's the best and affordable multivitamins for kids or toddlers?



We use the flinstones chewables. the gummy kind look too much like candy.


Any of the 'chewy' kind will work great.

Does anyone know if the Floradix Kindervital liquid multivitamin for kids has vitamin b12 in it?

I'm going vegan soon and I need multivitamins. I already got the Floradix Kindervital stuff but I don't know if it has B12 in it. I read the medicinal ingredients, and it doesn't say B12 anywhere, but maybe that's not where I should be looking? So anyway,


I know the adult formula has B12. I love Floradix!

It looks like the Kinderformula only has B6 in it:
http://www.amazon.com/Flora-Kinder-Child rens-Multivitamin-liquid/dp/B0006II800
You could supplement it with some


if it doesn't say it on the labelthen most likely it doesn't have it. B 12 (cobalamins) is found in animal products and a male needs 2 mcg per day. Lack of this vitamin can cause pernicious anemia,nerve problems and weakness and smooth or sore tongue


I know the adult formula has B12. I love Floradix!

It looks like the Kinderformula only has B6 in it:
http://www.amazon.com/Flora-Kinder-Child rens-Multivitamin-liquid/dp/B0006II800
You could supplement it with some