Our 6 year old daughter has an extremely sensitive gag reflex which makes simple things like brushing teeth, taking vitamins and swallowing certain textures quite difficult. Since our 3 year old tries to be just like her big sister, she does not want to brush her teeth or take her vitamins if her sister is not doing it.
As an IronKids Ambassador I received a package of products from IronKids which included:
- IronKids Gummies Omega-3’s
- IronKids Gummies Multi-Vitamins
- IronKids Gummies Vitamin D
- IronKids Gummies Calcium
- IronKids Omega-3 Bursts
Since we have introduced the IronKids gummy vitamins into our home we have had no issue with getting either of our girls to take their vitamins, in fact we have to keep them out of site or they ask for them all day long!
Even though IronKids vitamins are gummy vitamins, they are made with no artificial sweeteners or artificial colors (which makes me happy as a mom). They are a great tasting way for kids to take their daily vitamins and they are Health Canada approved which is also a plus to me as a parent. All IronKids Gummies are made in a nut free facility, and are allergen and gluten free.
Our morning routine has become a lot easier since implementing IronKids gummies into the mix. Our girls are excited and full of energy and eat up their breakfast because they know the vitamins come once breakfast is done.
Want to know more about IronKids vitamins? Be sure to connect with them on Twitter @KidsGummymum and www.facebook.com/IronKids.
The IronKids Brand Ambassadors and some IronKids blogging friends have the opportunity to offer a great giveaway thanks to IronKids.
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