What are the vitamins and minerals needed to maintain children’s wellness?
- Vitamin A is essential for normal functioning of the eyes, immune system, as well as cell and tissues growth.1
- Vitamin B5 and B6 help the body in metabolize proteins, fats, and carbohydrates.1
- Biotin helps to metabolize fats and carbohydrates.1
- Folic acid is essential for cell division and growth; it aids the formation of red blood cell and prevents anemia.1
- Vitamin B12 aids the formation of red blood cell and maintain healthy nerve function.1
- Vitamin D3 is necessary for the absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus, which helps in healthy bone and teeth development. It can also benefit the immune system.1
- Vitamin E protects the fats in body tissues against oxidation damage.1
- Iodine is essential for the formation of thyroid hormones, which controls the metabolism, growth and development.1
- Zinc acts as a co-enzyme, which is essential for growth, cell division, nutrient metabolism and immunity.1
Who are recommended to take Kid’s Gummies Multivitamins + Minerals?
- Picky eater.
- Children who have an imbalance diet.
- Children who wish to improve physical well-being.
What is the recommended dosage?
- Children (2-4 years): 1 gummy daily, after meal.
- Children (4 years and above): 2 gummies daily, after meal.
What are the features of Kid’s Gummies Multivitamins + Minerals?
- 3 yummy flavors: blackcurrant, strawberry, orange.
- Fun and adorable mini gummies shape.
- Contains 8 essential vitamins and 2 minerals.
- Easy to chew.
- Without added artificial sweetener and preservatives.
30 gummies, 60 gummies
- Ministry of Health, Malaysia. 2017. Recommended Nutrient Intakes for Malaysia.
Q1: What is a balanced diet?
- A balanced diet means eating a wide variety of foods in an appropriate proportions, and consuming a right amount of food and drink in order to achieve and maintain a healthy body weight.
- Plenty of fruits and vegetables.
- Plenty of starchy food such as rice, bread, biscuits, potato.
- Some meat, fish, egg, legumes.
- Some milk and dairy products.
- Little amount of foods and drinks that are high in fats and sugar like cooking oil, burger, soft drink.
Q2: How to deal with picky-eaters?
- Try not to force your children if they refuse to eat.
- Always serve small portions to avoid overwhelming your children.
- Incorporate a variety of brightly colored foods such as carrot and sweet corn into your meals.
- Cut the foods into smaller size or various shapes.
- Encourage your children to help in preparing foods like rinsing the vegetables.
- Keep serving your children healthy choices until they become familiar and preferred.