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The Essential Kid's Vitamins Every Parent Should KnowBrush up on the whats, whys, and hows of vitamins for your child"s development.
Moms, we all know vitamins play an important role in our child’s growth and nutrition. And now that our kids are ready to start school – where they’ll learn and discover in fun and exciting ways – their bodies need the benefits that vitamins provide. Vitamin A, for example, helps promote good eyesight – they’ll be doing a lot of reading, after all! Vitamin B provides energy to help them get through the school day. Don’t forget about Vitamin C, which boosts the immune system, protecting them from illnesses (bawal mag-absent!)
The good news is these organic compounds are found in a variety of food – fruits and vegetables, for example, are rich in anti-oxidant vitamins. Adding their favorite fruits to their baon or giving them a glass of milk at breakfast or before bedtime can ensure that they’re getting their daily vitamin allowance.
But to make sure your kids are not missing out, why not try vitamin supplements which come in the form of pleasant-tasting syrups, pastilles, and even fun-shaped tablets? These kid-friendly sources of vitamins come in a variety of brands and are available at drugstores and pharmacies such as Watsons. Now that's Kiddie Care!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
We’ve prepared a handy infographic on vitamins and why and how your kid should load up:CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
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