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Bag of KIDS Multi - Fruity Splash
Form: Chewable Gummy
Flavor: Fruity Splash
# of Servings: 30
• For Ages 2-3: Take 1 gummy daily • For Ages 4 and up: Take 2 gummies daily • May be taken anytime with or without food
Flavor: Fruity Splash
# of Servings: 30
Serving Size: 1-2 Gummies
- For Ages 2-3: Take 1 gummy daily
- For Ages 4 and up: Take 2 gummies daily
- May be taken anytime with or without food
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Vitamin A and Vitamin D
Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Bitcoin, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folate, and Pantothenic Acid
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No, there are no artificial sweeteners or preservatives in the vitamin gummies.
Kids: There are only 2 grams of added sugar in each serving (2 gummies). Please note, all added sugar is natural, there are ZERO artificial sweeteners.
While there are similar ingredients in both the multivitamins and the SuperShake, they are considered safe to take alongside one another. However, each situation is unique, so we encourage you to ask your child’s doctor first before giving or combining any supplements to your children.
The FDA’s Daily Recommended Intake are different for women and children. Although the ingredients between gummies are similar, the kids multivitamin gummy is designed to meet the nutritional requirements of children over the age of 2. Giving your child a product with levels of vitamins and minerals greater than the Daily Recommended Intake could potentially be harmful. We encourage you to consult with your child’s doctor before giving any supplement.
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