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Children's Liquid Calcium
When our children begin to grow, Calcium is the most abundant mineral found in their, and our body.
Reportedly 99% of the total calcium being found is in the bones and teeth.
Calcium is normally combined with Magnesium, Vitamin D3 and Zinc. These nutrients help support and establish the very foundation for your child's structural growth and integrity.*With the latest Vitamin D 3 literature, this ingredient alone can be beneficial in a number of ways
NHS Children's Liquid Calcium with Magnesium provides these two essential minerals combined with Vitamin D3 and Zinc in a balanced, absorbable, great tasting formula. These are the primary nutrients required for supporting your child's healthy bone growth and development.*
*The current recommended daily allowance (RDA) of vitamin D for children is 200 International Units (IUs), but new research reveals that children may need and can safely take ten-times that amount. According to new research this order-of-magnitude increase could improve the bone health of children worldwide and may have other long-term health benefits (FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON VITAMIN D3, CONTACT NHS LABS: firstname.lastname@example.org,
For infants 6 months - 1 year: 1 teaspoon daily
For children 1 - 3 years: 2 teaspoons daily
For children 4 - 8 years: 1 tablespoon daily
For children 9 - 12 years: 2 tablespoons daily
Shake well before use.
You can provide via this flavor and or or mix with your child's favorite drink.
*This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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