Multi Vitamin & Mineral
The full spectrum of essential vitamins and minerals support healthy development, strong immune function as well as emotional and mental vitality.* Research shows that one of the fundamental reasons for the decline in children’s health and immunity is the decline in the nutritional content and value of their diet. Supplementing a child’s diet is a smart way to ensure that all their nutritional needs are fulfilled. Today’s children face unprecedented challenges. On one hand, the nutritional value of the food we eat decreases as the nutritional content of the soil is depleted through time and modern farming methods. On the other hand, the rapid increase in environmental pollution and toxic burden creates an increased need for these nutrients – the vitamins and minerals that protect, nourish and sustain a child’s natural, healthy development. Support your child’s growth and development with this Multi Vitamin and Mineral formula.*
ChildLife® uses only the highest quality ingredients.
This formula is gluten free, casein free and alcohol free. It contains no milk, eggs, wheat, yeast, peanuts, tree nuts, fish or shellfish. No artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners.
For infants 6 mos.-1 yr: 1 teaspoon daily
For children 1-4 yrs: 1-2 teaspoons daily
For children 4-12 yrs: 2-3 teaspoons daily
• Shake well before use.
• Keep refrigerated after opening.
• Give directly or mix with your child’s
Purified Water, Fructose, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, and Grapefruit Seed Extract.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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