Multivitamin with minerals Gummies
60 Gummies - Natural Fruit Flavours
Treehouse Multivitamins with minerals Gummies provide peace of mind that children are receiving the nutrients they need for good health and, physical and mental development. Kids will enjoy the delicious chewable gummies shaped like Max & Ruby. Moms will appreciate that these supplements contain no artificial colours, flavours, preservatives, or aspartame.
Recommended dosage (children 3 years and older): Chew 2 gummies daily with meals, a few hours before or after taking other medications, or as directed by a physician.Find a Store
It can be tough to provide your kids with adequate intake of essential vitamins and minerals every day. Most parents question the true nutritional value of some children’s supplements where sugar is a primary ingredient! Treehouse gummies offer a healthy supplement alternative with meaningful amounts of nutritional support.
Each Treehouse Multivitamin with minerals Gummy is a delicious natural fruit-flavoured supplement with a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals needed for healthy teeth, bones, skin, nerves, and the brain, and for metabolism and immunity. Made especially for kids, Treehouse gummies are naturally sweetened with evaporated cane juice and organic tapioca syrup. They are trusted by moms because of what they DON’T contain:
- NO high fructose corn syrup (used in most other gummies)
- NO aspartame
- NO artificial colours, flavours, or preservatives
- NO hydrogenated oils
- NO genetically modified ingredients (GMOs)
- NO gelatin
- NO dairy
- NO gluten
Shaped like Max & Ruby and packed with delicious, natural orange, grape, and cherry fruit flavours, these natural gummies are loved by kids and trusted by moms. They are vegetarian and free of allergens such as gluten, wheat, nuts, and dairy. For children ages 3–9, but adults can enjoy them too!
|Each gummy contains:|
|Vitamin A (palmitate)||300 mcg RAE (1014 IU)|
|Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)||15 mg|
|Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)||5 mcg (200 IU)|
|Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol)||5.7 mg AT (8.5 IU)|
|Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride)||0.5 mg|
|Folic Acid (folate)||140 mcg|
|Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)||2.2 mcg|
|Pantothenic Acid (calcium d-pantothenate)||2.8 mg|
|Calcium (citrate)||5 mg|
|Iodine (potassium iodide)||20 mcg|
|Magnesium (citrate)||4 mg|
|Zinc (citrate)||2.5 mg|
|Choline (citrate)||10 mcg|
Evaporated cane juice, organic tapioca syrup, purified water, pectin, citric acid, sodium citrate, natural flavours (orange, cherry, grape), natural colours (annatto, black carrot, genipap, watermelon), coconut oil (non-hydrogenated), yellow beeswax.
Contains no artificial colours, preservatives, or sweeteners; no dairy, starch, wheat, gluten, yeast, corn, egg, fish, shellfish, salt, tree nuts, or GMOs. Suitable for vegetarians.
Research in brief
A young, growing body requires a complete spectrum of vitamins and minerals. Even children who appear healthy can have subclinical deficiencies of essential micronutrients and this can impair growth and development, preventing children from reaching their full genetic potential. The full range of vitamins and minerals is also required for a healthy immune system. Studies show that children with subclinical deficiencies develop infections more often, and these infections tend to be severe (Singh, 2004).
An observational birth cohort study of 2,423 children, where researchers tracked the progress of the subjects from birth via questionnaires and medical history obtained from parents, saw that multivitamin intake before the age of four may be associated with reduced risk of allergies, including food and airborne, according to blood antibody levels (Marmsjo, 2009) .
Nutritional deficiencies are also seen in children who have a restricted diet (Kirby et al., 2009).
Kirby, M. et al. (2009). Nutritional deficiencies in children on restricted diets. Pediatr Clin North Am, 56(5):1085-103.
Marmsjo, K. et al. (2009). Use of multivitamin supplements in relation to allergic disease in 8-y-old children. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 90(6):1693-1698.
Singh, M. (2004). Role of micronutrients for physical growth and mental development. Indian J Pediatr, 71(1):59-62.