All children need vitamins and minerals to be healthy and develop normally. That's why we created a list of the most important vitamins for a child.

1. Vitamin A
Vitamin A is important not only because it is at the beginning of the alphabet, but also because it promotes active development. During the first 20 years of life, your child will go through many growth spurts. During this time, his bones, muscles, and tissues will need help from vitamin A for growth and repair.
2. Iron
Iron - can be low in premature babies when babies are exclusively breastfed and do not eat foods containing iron, in toddlers and preschoolers who drink excessive amounts of cow's milk and do not eat foods containing iron, and in other children who do not eat many foods containing iron, and in adolescent girls who have heavy periods.
3. B vitamins
There is more than one B vitamin. Here is a list of them: B1, B2, B6, B12, niacin, folic acid, biotin, and pantothenic acid. B vitamins are important for metabolism - which means they help get energy from the food you eat and release it when your body needs it. So the next time you run to third base, thank these B vitamins. This group of vitamins also contributes to the formation of red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body. Every part of your body needs oxygen to function properly, so B vitamins do a very important job.
4. Vitamin C
Vitamin C forms collagen, helps fight infections, and assimilates iron from food. It also keeps teeth, bones, and gums healthy. Vitamin C can be lost in cooking.
5. Lodine
Iodine is essential for normal tissue growth and development and helps control the way your cells get energy and use oxygen. Pregnant women need higher amounts of iodine.

To avoid using this vitamin separately, we came up with Simply8 Kids Multivitamin Gummies. This functional formula is composed of 11 essential vitamins and minerals to help ensure optimal health as your children learn and grow. The result is a safe and effective supplement that offers the nutrition your children may not be getting from diet alone, especially if they are picky eaters.

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