I have been in search of a good multivitamin for my son for a while. I decided long ago that I would never get him into the gummy candy vitamins because most just have so much sugar in them – I also try to keep candy away so I felt the gummies may increase his desire for it. I have gone through syrups, droppers, powders… you name it. But again, the sugar these companies pack into each product is outrageous. I suppose they want the vitamins to taste good so kids will want to take them, but I cant bring myself to pack my son full of sugar.
Vitalah recently released their Children’s Oxylent Daily Multivitamin powder in a sugar-free option. I actually take their adult powder vitamin formula but have never allowed my son to try their children’s… until now. The new and improved Children’s Oxylent still uses the same efficient delivery system of nutrients while substituting the sugar with Stevia, a natural sweetener. Oxylent’s formula will give your child the added nutrients they need and may be lacking from their every day diet. It is high in Vitamin C and Vitamin D along with tons of other essential enzymes, electrolytes, amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
Oxylent Sugar-Free Children’s Daily Multivitamin is easy to prepare and my son loves it. The powder can be added to 4–6 ounces of water and its ready to go! Of course, I had to taste it to see if it tastes like vitamins and I was surprised that it just tasted like a fizzy fruity drink. Yumm!
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