Chewable Multi Vitamin with Minerals

60 Chewable Tablets Tropical Fruit and Cherry Flavors

Treehouse Chewable Multi Vitamin with Minerals provides peace of mind that your children are getting the nutrients they need. Kids will enjoy the delicious fruit flavours and the fact that they’re shaped like their Treehouse friends, Max and Ruby. They contain no artificial flavors, preservatives, or aspartame.

 

Suggested usage: Children 3 years and older: Chew 1 tablet 2 times daily with meals or as directed by a health care practitioner. Take a few hours before or after taking other medications.

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The busy life of an active family, along with the sometimes fussy eating habits of children, can result in your little ones not always getting enough of the essential vitamins and minerals they need for building and supporting strong bodies.* Research shows that many children have inadequate intake of important micronutrients.*

The research also shows that a quality daily multivitamin/multimineral supplement can fill in the gaps and provide optimal nutrition for health and development.* A complete range of vitamins and minerals is needed to form and maintain healthy teeth, bones, skin, nerves and brain tissue, and to support metabolism.*

Treehouse Chewable Multi Vitamin with Minerals provides peace of mind for you while giving nutritional support to your children. They contain essential nutrients with no artificial flavors, preservatives, or aspartame. Kids age 3 and up will love Treehouse Chewable Multi Vitamin with Minerals because they taste great and they’re shaped like Max and Ruby.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 Chewable Tablet
Amount
Per Serving
% Daily Value for
Children Under
4 Years of Age
Vitamin A (beta carotene) 500 IU 20%
Vitamin C (calcium / sodium ascorbate) 100 mg 250%
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) (lanolin) 200 IU 50%
Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopheryl succinate) 12.5 IU 125%
Vitamin K2 (menaquinone, MK-7) (natto bean) 2.5 mcg **
 Thiamin 2.5 mg 357%
Riboflavin 2.5 mg 313%
Niacin (niacinamide) 2.5 mg 28%
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl) 2.5 mg 357%
Folate (folic acid) 50 mcg 25%
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 5 mcg 167%
Biotin 5 mcg 3%
Pantothenic Acid (calcium pantothenate) 5 mg 100%
Calcium (citrate) 65 mg 8%
Iron (ferrous fumarate) 2.5 mg 25%
Magnesium (citrate/malate/oxide) 32.5 mg 16%
Zinc (citrate) 1.5 mg 19%
Copper (citrate) 0.125 mg 13%
Sodium 10 mg **
Fruit, Vegetable, and Green Concentrates 10 mg **
Grape, pomegranate, strawberry, cranberry, blueberry, raspberry, bilberry, kale (leaf), cilantro (leaf), parsley (aerial), caper (berry), artichoke (leaf), black radish (root), dandelion (root), barley grass, celery (seed), beet (root), tomato 
Choline (bitartrate) 2.5 mg **
Inositol 2.5 mg **
Stevia Leaf Powder 2 mg **
**Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients

Xylitol, microcrystalline cellulose, natural fruit flavor (raspberry, pineapple, banana, pomegranate, mango, passionfruit, orange, tangerine, mandarin, cherry, blueberry, strawberry), modified food starch, magnesium stearate (vegetable grade).

 

Research

Research in brief

A young, growing body requires a complete spectrum of vitamins and minerals. (Singh, 2004). In an American clinical trial involving 633 preschool children, those who received a daily supplement showed improved growth, gaining an extra 5.1 mm in height per year compared to children receiving placebo (Sazawal et al., 2010).* For “health insurance,” a quality supplement can ensure optimal nutrition.*

A multivitamin can provide nutritional support for children who have a restricted diet, including those with food allergies, gluten intolerance, poor appetite or picky eating habits, and those who eat a vegetarian or vegan diet (Kirby et al., 2009). In such cases, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends a daily supplement, such as a chewable multivitamin (Schor, 2004).

Research References

Kirby, M., Danner, E. (2009). Nutritional deficiencies in children on restricted diets. Pediatr Clin North Am, 56(5), 1085-103. 

Sazawal, S., et al. (2010). Micronutrient fortified milk improves iron status, anemia and growth among children 1-4 years: a double masked, randomized, controlled trial. PLoS One, 5(8), e12167. 

Schor, E. (Ed.). (2004). Caring for Your School-Age Child: Ages 5 to 12, New York, NY: Bantam Books. 

Singh, M. (2004). Role of micronutrients for physical growth and mental development. Indian J Pediatr, 71(1), 59-62.