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120-Ct (1-Month) Smarty Pants Kids Daily Gummy Multivitamin (Cherry Berry) EXPIRED

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Daily Gummy Multivitamin Kids Cherry Berry: Biotin, Vitamin C, D3, E, B12, A, Omega 3 Fish Oil, Zinc, Iodine, Choline, Folate (Methylfolate) by SmartyPants (120 Count, 30 Day Supply) [amazon.com]
Clip 10% off on product page

5% S&S = $7.39
15% S&S = $6.52
20% S&S = $6.08 (Prime members only)

  • Kids Formula with new premium ingredients, all in one delicious serving: Beta Carotene, Vitamin B6, Vitamin K2 and Choline (Packaging May Vary)
  • Non-GMO. Free of milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nut allergens, fish allergens, shellfish, soy, gluten and wheat. No synthetic colors or artificial sweeteners/flavors. 3RD PARTY LAB TESTED. No refrigeration required
  • For children 4 years of age and older, take four (4) gummies daily. May be taken with or without food.
  • 15 essential nutrients: vitamin D3 for bone & immune health, vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) for energy, omega-3 EPA & DHA (from fish oil), vitamin E (from sunflower oil) for antioxidant support, iodine for thyroid support.*
  • All in one children's multivitamin with omega-3 EPA & DHA (essential fatty acids) sustainably sourced from wild-caught small fish.
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Lowest price ever. Average price is 15.78 (pre discounts)
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Thanks. Reps.
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Give veggies and fruits to your kids... not synthetic multivitamins...
Or do both.
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Just a note...

We buy the original Smarty Pants kids formula faithfully. These are the Cherry Berry flavor and my kids didn't care for them. They still got eaten but we prefer to pay a little more and stick with the original flavors.
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Or do both.
Agreed. But gummy vitamins made with sugar and when you have to chew 4 of them, no less, promote tooth decay when they get stuck in kids' teeth. Ask any dentist and they'll specifically say avoid.
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Give veggies and fruits to your kids... not synthetic multivitamins...
I agree. Except some kids will starve themselves rather than eat veggies. Just have to wait then out..
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The latest research says that multivitamins are not only not helpful to most people unless they are on a extremely restricted diet but they can actually be counterproductive. Especially with the trend to fortify all types of food with vitamins and minerals. Its far better to take your kid to the doc to do tests for deficiencies and take it from there
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Give veggies and fruits to your kids... not synthetic multivitamins...
They can still get sick. Plus today's growing practices have lead to a downturn in overall nutritional food values.
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Gummy vitamins contain very few vitamins. Most importantly, they don't contain iron.
Compare the contents to an old school Flintstones's Vitamin and you will see they don't have much..

If you have to do a vitamin, do the old chalky type. Skip the gummies. Your dentist will also be very happy.
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I can't believe parents still buy into this marketing and crap. It's one of the biggest, unchecked cons going.
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Agreed, these gummies are terrible for kids teeth and provide minimal nutrients.
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