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Multivitamin For Kids

Children (4-8 years) chew 1 tablet daily with breakfast

Children (9-13 years): Chew 1 tablet with breakfast and 1 tablet with dinner for a total of 2 tablets per day. Take a few hours before or after taking other medications or natural health products.

Multivitamin for Kids features added green foods and vegetable concentrates for better nutrition. While your children are growing and maturing, the nutrients they consume play a critical role in ensuring not only robust health but also their proper physical development. Progressive Multivitamins for Kids offers a comprehensive strategy for supporting the unique nutritional needs of active children. 

Features:

  • Vegetables and green foods
  • Whole fruit concentrates
  • Mineral citrates
  • D3, flax, and DHA
  • Kid-friendly taste

Benefits:

  • Helps normal growth and development
  • Helps immune function and source of antioxidants

Complete Calcium for Kids

Children (4-8 years): For the maintenance of good health, chew 1 tablet daily with breakfast.

Adolescents (9-13): Chew 1 tablet with breakfast and 1 tablet with dinner for a total of 2 tablets per day. Take a few hours before or after taking other medications.

Complete Calcium for Kids plays an important role in bone development and maintenance to support your child’s health and development. It also contains an array of complementary nutrients, including essential fatty acids, green food, and vegetable concentrates to address a number of additional nutritional challenges that our children face. It comes in a delicious orange passion fruit flavor and is 100% all-natural.

Features:

  • Vegetables and green foods
  • Magnesium and vitamin D3
  • Calcium ascorbate
  • Vitamin K2
  • Flax and DHA

Benefits:

  • Aids in tissue formation and healing
  • Helps build healthy bones, teeth, and gums
  • Supports proper muscle function

Sunshine Burst Chewable Vitamin D

Chew 1 soft gel daily with food or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.

Sunshine Burst Vitamin D for Kids plays an important role in the healthy development of bones and teeth. It provides 1,000 IU of Vitamin D3 in each chewable softgel with a kid-friendly natural lemon taste. It’s great for mom and dad too!

Features:

  • 1,000 IU Vitamin D3
  • Lactose, gluten, and sugar-free
  • 100% all-natural ingredients
  • Kid-friendly taste
  • Great for mom and dad too!

Benefits:

  • Helps in the absorption and use of calcium and phosphorus
  • Supports the development of bones and teeth

Ultimate Fish Oil for Kids Bubble Gum

Children ages 1-8 years: take 1 teaspoon once daily.

Adolescents ages 9-12 years: take 1-2 teaspoons once daily. 

Researchers found that only 22% of healthy Canadian children ages 4-8 met the suggested adequate intake for DHA & EPA. (1) Omega-3s help support the development of the brain, eyes, and nerves in children up to 12 years of age. This great-tasting, kid-friendly natural bubblegum flavor for kids ages 1-12 is formulated with sustainably sourced fish and provides 1000 mg of EPA & DHA. Great for parents too! 

Features:

  • 1000 mg of EPA and DHA, with a total of 1340 mg omega-3 fatty acids 
  • Naturally delicious bubblegum flavor 
  • Sustainably sourced™ 

Benefits:

  • Supports the development of brain, eyes, and nerves in children up to 12 years of age

Disclaimer

The Fullscript Integrative Medical Advisory team has developed or collected these protocols from practitioners and supplier partners to help health care practitioners make decisions when building treatment plans. By adding this protocol to your Fullscript template library, you understand and accept that the recommendations in the protocol are for initial guidance and may not be appropriate for every patient.

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References
  1. Madden SM, Garrioch CF, Holub BJ. (2009). Direct diet quantification indicates low intakes of (n-3) fatty acids in children 4-8 years old. J Nutr. Mar;139(3):528-32.​