Vitamins can be an essential part of a growing child’s life, especially if the child does not eat a well-balanced meal. Supplementing those missed nutrients and minerals can impact a child’s overall health and life. That is why if your child is not already taking a vitamin, you should include them in your back to school shopping. Here are the three types of vitamins I recommend to include in your shopping.
Studies have shown that multivitamins can enhance concentration and focus while promoting a healthy immune system in both children and adults. In addition, calcium and magnesium can be used as a calming agent and as an aid for sounder sleep. Multivitamin provides the very best for your children. Vitamin Friends has a multivitamin that includes pectin to ensure the highest level of physical and mental growth in children.
When children go back to school, sometimes it can be hard for them to focus. This can be true especially if this is their first time ever attending school. There are people everywhere, new sounds, new smells, and new voices for them to get acclimated to. To help your child focus more on their education, Vitamin Friends has a Just Focus vitamin. The Just Focus vitamin harnesses Phosphatidylserine (PS), a clinically proven nutrient, to support and improve mind and body performance in children and adults of all ages. PS is a building block of our body’s cells. It is responsible for communication between brain cells for maximum cognitive performance. Just Focus harnesses this nutrient to support a variety of mind and body health benefits in people of all ages (not recommended for children under 24 months).
Immune and Digestive System
Since children will be around other children and adults at school, having a strong immune and digestive system is also important. Proba Yo contains 400 Million Live Active Cultures – Acidophilus & Prebiotic. 400 Million live active cultures create a strong gastrointestinal barrier against the invasion of and damage caused by harmful bacteria and viruses.
Each of the vitamins can be found at various retailers and online at VitaminFriends.com, Amazon.com, Walmart.com, etc.
Do your children take vitamins?