Parents often ask advise on "how to choose a good children's multivitamin." "Or is it necessary to give children a multivitamin?" With different needs from adults, bodies and brains developing at alarming rates, a good children's multivitamin supplement gives extra insurance at getting what they need. So, whether a picky eater or getting whatever a good diet means, the best children's multivitamin provides at least the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of its key ingredients.
It’s a fact, children who enjoy a healthy, varied diet are more likely to be full of energy, feel brighter, more alert, suﬀer fewer colds and illnesses, and concentrate better at school. Solgar Kangavites® are an exciting, innovative range of children’s supplements, which were developed using the latest patented manufacturing techniques to coat the unpleasant tasting minerals and are sweetened naturally by using xylitol which is tooth-friendly.
When you review the different chewable children's multivitamins, taking into account quality of manufacture, we believe the best chewable multivitamin comes with iron and all being well has no side effects. Solgar's Kangavites are consistently popular with parents because, well, they tick all the boxes. If you combine it with a brilliant Vitamin D product, such as Nature's Aid Vitamin D drops and a brilliant DHA fish oil product, such as Solgar lit'l squirts Children's Chewable DHA Chewie-Gels to provide proper nutrients for the brain and mood, as a parent you're well on the way for doing all that can be done to give them an excellent head start. Children who take a good multivitamin supplement and DHA fish oil, where all the research has been done, are meant to be better balanced and score more highly in their performances on IQ tests.
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By Jason Henderson
Elixir Health Foods