now, vegan children's multi-vitamins had only been available as
less-than-potent forms such as vitamin-enriched gummi bears or
other forms that were less than perfect for getting your child
their daily requirements. Now you've got another option - Vitalets
chewable children's multi-vitamins! Each bottle has 100 tablets and
is $10.99. Available in either Orange or Raspberry flavor tablets.
Recommended dosage is one tablet for children under 4, two tablets
for adults or children 4 and over. Kosher & Gluten
Serving size - 1 tablet (children under 4 years)
Serving size - 2 tablets (children 4 or over)
Servings per container - 100 / 50
Dosage per 1 tablet serving:
Vitamin A (as vitamin A palmitate & beta carotene) - 2500iu /
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid & calcium ascorbate) - 40mg / 100%
Vitamin D (as ergocalciferol) - 200iu / 50% DV
Vitamin E (as dl-alpha tocopheryl acid succinate) - 15iu / 150%
Thiamin (Vitamin B1)(as thiamin hydrochloride) - 0.75mg - 107%
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) - 0.85mg / 106% DV
Niacin (as niacinamide) - 10mg / 111% DV
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride) - 1mg / 143% DV
Folic acid - 200mcg / 100% DV
Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin) - 3mcg / 100% DV
Biotin - 150mcg / 100% DV
Pantothenic acid (as d-calcium pantothenate) - 5mg / 100% DV
Calcium (as dicalcium phosphate) - 80mg / 10% DV
Iron (as ferrous fumarate) - 10mg / 100% DV
Phorphorous (as dicalcium phosphate) - 60mg / 8% DV
Magnesium (as magnesium oxide) - 20mg / 10% DV
Zinc (as zinc citrate) - 0.8mg / 10% DV
Manganese (as manganese gluconate) - 0.1mg / *
* Daily value not established
Other ingredients: Mannitol, sorbitol,
cellulose, glycine, calcoum stearate, natural vegan fruit flavors,
citric acid, silica
From Harel Barzilai of Maryland, MD, Maryland on 10/2/2013.
Kim, sorry you've had a bad experience..personally the organge flavor is too strong for me but I like the reaspberry. Even that is not your traditional mainstream food "over-powering sugar and raspberry flavor" most of us are used to..I love the vegan and purity aspects..I'd suggest drinking something you enjoy, sweet soymilk, orange or grapefruit juice, etc, we you chew up a pill, in case the flavor isn't one you're used to.While I used these sparingly (I try to get 2/3 or more naturally and then use vitamin and mineral pills as a true "supplement" to get me over 100%..) they are a "staple" I've relied upon from veganessentials for many years..these and the B-12 and Super Cal/Mag from Freeda
From Kim of Vancouver, British Columbia on 11/16/2012.
I'm sorry but these taste gross. I'll be trying the other brands now.
From Anonymous of Charlotte, North Carolina on 11/4/2008.
I throw these into smoothies. My kids have sensory issues and are fussy about the taste of vitamins. I've found that I can throw these into the blender w/smoothies and they mix in really well! I've tried to do this w/other tablets and they don't dissolve as well. I suspect they are more easily digested too!
From Steph of Easton, Connecticut on 10/26/2006.
I like these, as does my 4 year old. They are not too sweet, but tasty enought that my daughter asks for hers every day.
From Erica of Ames, Iowa on 7/8/2006.
Two years later, my vegan child (now 3 1/2) and I still love the orange vitalets. Since probably all vegan parents worry about the quality of the vitamins they give to their children, I'm happy to report that my child is still following his growth curve (he has always been above-average in height and weight...and especially head size!), plus has met and surpassed developmental milestones, even actually reading books (such as the Peter Rabbit books) by age 3yrs 3mths. While certainly genetics play a big role in his early reading and other skills, I feel he could not have excelled without sufficient vitamins. As such, we have been more than satisfied with the Children's Vitalets Chewable Multi-Vitamins by Freeda. And...as I mentioned before...we love the taste!
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