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I just bought a bottle of Mag from the same company via SD deal and can confirm they included a card in the box that promises a free bottle for a review.

[And btw the letters on each bottle correspond with the vitamin/nutrient - for iron it's an I, magnesium an M, etc.)
I have bought several of their products. I can't say about how the iron taste, since I have not tried it, but the vit c and the sleep one taste nice. My son, 2.5, seems to like the iron. He is iron deficient and he hates the liquid the dr prescribed. My 12 yr old says the magnesium doesn't taste very good, but he hates the taste of all children's medication. We will be getting the mulit vit from their free promotion. Hopefully it tastes fine.
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I have bought several of their products. I can't say about how the iron taste, since I have not tried it, but the vit c and the sleep one taste nice. My son, 2.5, seems to like the iron. He is iron deficient and he hates the liquid the dr prescribed. My 12 yr old says the magnesium doesn't taste very good, but he hates the taste of all children's medication. We will be getting the mulit vit from their free promotion. Hopefully it tastes fine.
Liquid iron supplements typically taste and smell horrible. My sons used novaferrum [amazon.com]for awhile then switched to Zarbees multi [amazon.com]. Even the Polyvisol [amazon.com]is nasty. Over time they began to like it though.

Ironically we also give them a fish oil supplement [amazon.com] I thought they'd hate but every day they actually ask for their "fishies". Our 6yo DD is one of those that's picky about medication taste and she even comes running for "fishies".

Lastly we have used these gummies [amazon.com] for iron previously, recommended by pediatrician.
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Sorry, I'll be that guy....is that a penis on the bottle?
Came here to look for this comment. I'm with you, bud. An anthropomorphic dildo.
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Regular price Flinstone complete is cheaper
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As someone who doesn't eat meat, supplements are the only way I can get iron. I notice a major difference when I don't take them.

PS - Animals only have iron because they ingest so much dirt, which contains iron. I never knew this until I researched further.
Why spread that nonsense?
Sources of iron. Good plant sources of iron include lentils, chickpeas, beans, tofu, cashew nuts, chia seeds, ground linseed, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, kale, dried apricots and figs, raisins, quinoa and fortified breakfast cereal.
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As someone who doesn't eat meat, supplements are the only way I can get iron. I notice a major difference when I don't take them.

PS - Animals only have iron because they ingest so much dirt, which contains iron. I never knew this until I researched further.
cooked Lentil, spinach, etc... offer more iron per weight than beef. (Unless it's beef liver), but you still need B12, which is tricky but not impossible.
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