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Vitamin D3 400iu Mini Drops for infants & children

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For Healthy Teeth & Bones.

About this product

Natures Aid Award-Winning Vitamin D3 drops has been designed specifically for breastfed babies, infants and children. Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that helps your body absorb calcium for strong, healthy bones and teeth. This is especially important for children's growing bodies. The UK Department of Health recommends that all newborn babies to children aged 5 years should take a Vitamin D supplement.

Awards

2013 - Best Supplement (Natural Pharmacy Lifestyle) - Winner
2013 - Best Herbal Supplement (Natural Pharmacy Business) - Highly Commended
2013 - Best New VMS (Natural and Organic Awards) - Finalist
2012 - Best Health Product - Runner-up
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Categories Mini Drops and Award-Winning
Status Liquid supplement in fractionated coconut oil base
Form & Pack Size Oily liquid suspension
50ml bottle
Dosage Instructions Infants and children from newborn to 5 years old: Take 1ml daily. Shake well before use and clean dropper thoroughly after each use with cooled boiled water. Place drops onto mothers nipple or a pacifier and allow baby to suck for 30 seconds, or mix with formula, juice or food. Not suitable for infants consuming 500ml or more of formula milks a day. Do not exceed the recommended intake. Once opened use within 4 months. Natures Aid Vitamin D3 drops have been specially formulated for infants and children
Age Restriction This product is formulated for children and not recommended for adults.
Packaging Glass bottle labelled & boxed
EFSA approved claims Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of normal -
obones
omuscle function
oteeth
Vitamin D contributes to the normal function of the immune system

Per 1ml

Vitamin D 10µg (400iu) 200

Medium Chain Triglycerides (Fractionated Coconut Oil)

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