L’il Critters Vitamin D Gummy Bears, 60 count, Bottles (Pack of 3)

December 23, 2016 - Comment

Dietary Supplement. 3 Great Natural Flavors: cherry, blackberry and berry. Excellent source of vitamin D. Promotes calcium absorption. Natural colors & flavors. American Culinary ChefsBest Award winner. The ChefsBest Award for Best Taste is awarded to the brand rated highest overall among leading brands by independent professional chefs. The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends

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Dietary Supplement. 3 Great Natural Flavors: cherry, blackberry and berry. Excellent source of vitamin D. Promotes calcium absorption. Natural colors & flavors. American Culinary ChefsBest Award winner. The ChefsBest Award for Best Taste is awarded to the brand rated highest overall among leading brands by independent professional chefs. The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends kids receive 400 IU of vitamin D a day. Contains no wheat (gluten), milk, eggs, peanuts or soy. (This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.) Made in the USA.

Product Features

  • Bone support
  • The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends kids get 400 IU of vitamin D per day
  • An excellent source of vitamin D
  • Natural berry, cherry & blackberry flavors
  • ChefsBest Award for Best Taste

Comments

Erin P. says:

Some quality control issues My daughter loves the way these taste. That being said, I ordered the 3-pack and have already had a quality issue with 2 of the containers. The first container included a piece that looked unlike the rest of the vitamins (photo attached). I called the company and they told me to send back the container as the piece I had found sounded like an adult multivitamin. I was pretty surprised to find such an oversight, especially in a children’s healthcare product. Just today, in a different container,…

Anatoliy Ryaboshapko says:

Lab results showed that this product works fine My 5 year old daughter received a donor kidney transplant early this year and needed increased vitamin D intake as x-ray of her bones showed some abnormalities and vitamin D level in her bloodwork showed to be lower than normal. She was prescribed a double daily dose of vitamin D supplement and initially doctor recommended a liquid form, but I have found that liquid has preservatives and other unnecessary things that we’re trying to avoid at all costs. She stated to take 4 of these gummies…

Brandon L. says:

Not enough information provided by seller. I’m disappointed that there is no picture of the ingredient list or amount of D3 in these. That’s a pretty important piece of ordering vitamins for children. Unfortunately I trusted another reviewer’s statement that they are 400 IU but they’re actually 800 IU which is too high for my kids considering they also take a multi-vitamin that includes D.

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