What Are The Best Vitamins For Toddlers Immune System

Finding the right vitamins for toddlers can be hard to really decipher. Is there really such a thing as a “bad” kid’s vitamin? Do they need to have iron? Is there enough in there? Do kids really need vitamins? Well, the answer to that is yes, they do need vitamins if they’re not getting enough food that supplements this, and we’ll tell you the best vitamins for a toddler’s immune system so that it’s healthy, but also strong.

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While most pediatricians will say that it isn’t necessary for most healthy children to have these, for children that eat well and eat a variety, they’re better off without them. But, if a child is picky, don’t eat a ton of foods, or the pediatrician has stated that the child has some growing issues, it can make parents super worried about whether or not they’re getting the nutrients that they need.

 

What to Look For?

There are a lot of options out there, but ideally, you should look for something that’s natural, doesn’t have any weird preservatives, has vitamins that come from organic foods, and ones that children will love. You should also look at how they’re absorbed by the body since you want something that works fast. You should look at the sugar intake in most of these. The thing is, if it’s less than 4 grams per serving, it’s not a major issue. You should, if the child is a vegetarian somehow, also consider getting those that are made with gelatin, since they are vegetarian-friendly, but that isn’t really something you need to worry about.

 

Solgar

Solgar is a pretty good one if you want a general multivitamin. As an aside though, it does contain carrageenan, which isn’t that good for you. It’s basically a natural flavor, and it isn’t ideal for a lot of people, especially if you’re trying to avoid having that. But, it does contain a wealth of healthy ingredients that your child will enjoy, so it’s not all that bad, and it’s worth checking out if you need something.

 

YummiBears Organic Multivitamin

This is a pretty good multivitamin for kids, in that it can also have a lot of great aspects to it but the main issue with this one is that it does have cane sugar added if you give the child the full dose. If you’re not giving them the full dose, you won’t have to worry as much about it.

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Children’s Best Complete Multivitamin

This is a great one, though it doesn’t contain iron. However, if you do want iron, you can always add a natural iron supplement to it. This is a good multivitamin for children from toddler age to about 7-8, and it contains all of the natural ingredients that are necessary to keep the body going and to help with growth. This is a good one because it’s typically simple to take, and ultimately brings forth a lot of great results.

 

Rainbow Light

If your child is already a picky eater, I highly recommend this one. That’s because, this one is in a powdered form, and that’s much simpler to take than you’d think. It can be put in food, and it’s tasteless, odorless, and filled with all of the vitamins that a child may need. Most children tend to enjoy these, but as an aside, it actually doesn’t have any iron in it either. That means that if the child does need iron, you’ll need a supplement. But this is a natural organic powder that also is vegetarian-friendly and doesn’t contain additives. It also doesn’t have sugar in it either. You can put this in their food, or even in flavored water or whatever they drink. Ideally, you can even put it in soft foods, and they’ll take it. It’s a good one if you want something simple, and allows for maximum absorption.

 

Zarbee’s Naturals

These are natural vitamins, one of which being in a liquid form, and in a gummy form. Both of these are pretty simple to use, and the liquid form has the extra benefit of being able to be used on a child as young as 2 months of age. This one doesn’t’ contain iron, but they’re all natural organic vitamins that have a lot of the recommended nutritional aspects that children need. They also are not artificially flavored or sweetened, and the gummies have a nice flavor to them, one that’s so good your kids will love it.

 

Garden of Life

Finally, let’s talk Garden of life. This is another great multivitamin, and this one typically also tastes really good. However,m there is one small downside to it. There is stevia in this, which is a sugar substitute, but this is listed as an “organic stevia leaf” which is really the only type of stevia that’s cool to have and won’t harm the body. You should avoid anything that says “stevia extract” which means that it’s got almost anything stevia-related added to it. However, despite the stevia, this is a great multivitamin, and it can help boost the immune system, and really make it easier for a kid. Plus, it tastes pretty good too.

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With these multivitamins, you should get your child to start to take them from an early age, and whenever there is a flu or cold outbreak, make sure that they are taking it even more. You should make sure that they don’t overtake these since some of the parts in these typically are toxic if taken in larger amounts. But, it’s helpful for a child, and you can, with all of these, get the health and nutrition that your kids want, and the results that you desire. They’re simple for you to take, and they are the types of vitamins that children won’t be upset with.

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By giving your child vitamins, it can help them grow stronger, and a stronger immune system will reduce the instance of being sick, which allows them to grow better and stronger as well.

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