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Kidz Multi-Vitamin & Minerals

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Kidz Multi-Vitamin with 14 Vitamins & Minerals for normal growth and cognitive function for your child.

About this product

Natures Aid Kidz Daily Multi-Vitamin & Minerals liquid contain 14 Vitamins and Minerals including:

Vitamins A, C & D which contribute to normal function of the immune system.

Vitamin D to support healthy bones and teeth.

B Vitamins for normal energy yielding metabolism, and normal functioning of the nervous system.

Plus Zinc and Iodine which contribute to normal growth and cognitive function in children.

Kidz Daily Multi-Vitamin & MInerals liquid is sugar free and contains no artificial flavours or colours.

Natural Banana Flavour.

Awards

2016 - Best New Product (Natural Lifestyle) - Highly Commended (Kidz Range)
2016 - Best New Product (Health Food Business) - Winner (Kidz Range)
More Information
Categories liquid Supplement, Kidz, Childrens Health, Award-Winning, Multi-Vitamins, Childrens Health, Energy and Immune Health
Status Liquid supplement
Form & Pack Size Fluid multivitamin suspension 50ml bottle
Dosage Instructions Infants and children aged 3 months to 5 years old: Take 1ml daily. Do not exceed the recommended intake.
Age Restriction From 3 months, up to 5 years. This product is not designed for adult intake.
Packaging Glass bottle, labelled, in box with label claims and product detail.
EFSA approved claims Vitamin A contributes to: Maintenance of normal vision, Maintenance of normal function of the immune system Vitamin D contributes to: Normal absorption & utilisation of calcium Normal blood calcium levels Maintenance of normal muscle function B12 contributes to: Normal energy yielding metabolim Normal functioning of the nervous system Normal psychological function Normal red blood cell formation Vitamin B6 contributes to: Normal functioning of the nervous system Normal red blood cell formation Normal protein & glycogen metabolism Vitamin C contributes to: Normal function of the immune system Improved iron absorption Normal collagen formation for: the normal function of the blood vessels the normal function of bones the normal function of gums the normal function of teeth Niacin (B3) contributes to: Normal function of the nervous system Maintenance of normal mucous membranes Maintenance of normal skin Riboflavin (B2) contributes to: Maintenance of normal mucous memebranes Maintenance of normal red blood cells Maintenance of normal skin Maintenance of normal vision Normal metabolism of iron Pantothenic Acid (B5) contributes to: Normal mental performance Normal synthesis & metabolism of steroid hormones, vitamin D & some neurotransmitters Thiamin (B1) contributes to: The normal function of the heart Normal function of the nervous system Normal psychological function

Per 5ml

Vitamin A  400μg 50
Vitamin D3 15μg (600iu) 300
Vitamin E 7mg 58
Vitamin C 50mg 63
Thaimine (B1) 0.6mg 55
Riboflavin (B2) 0.6mg 43
Niacin (B3) 8mg 50
Vitamin B6 0.6mg 43
Folic Acid 200μg 100
Vitamin B12 1.2μg 48
Pantothenic Acid (B5)  3mg 50
Calcium 100mg 13
Zinc 5mg 50
Iodine 75μg 50

Glycerine, Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Natural Flavouring (Orange Oil).

Footnote = Vitamin suspended in matrix of Maize Starch, Acacia Gum, dl-alpha Tocopherol and Tri-Calcium Phosphate.

  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Contains NO: GM products, Artificial Colours, artificial flavours, corn, dairy, gluten, yeast, wheat, lactose, nuts, salt, soya, starch or sugar.
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