Centrum Flavor Burst Chews Adult Multivitamins Mixed Fruit
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- "I will admit that they are a little pricey but they really do taste good and help you get your daily dose of vitamins!" in 12 reviews
- "I had a coupon from doing a free sample from another WOMM site, and it was a great deal to buy some after the mission with a sale they had at Target." in 11 reviews
- "Love Love Love these never used to take vitamins till i saw these on sale and decided to try them, they taste great i love all the flavors." in 9 reviews
I've been pregnant 4 times since 2005, and of course would religiously take my pre-natal vitamins. I've always been given a prescription by my doctor, so I wasn't able to take the more appealing gummy option, that is now available. Let me just say, that traditional vitamins are gross! And, are no way, shape or form something I looked forward to doing each morning.
I recently sampled Centrum Flavor Burst, which was provided to me from Smiley360. All I can say is WOW! They taste like candy, similar to a Starburst, with a candy coating on the outside. The picture above is actually a 1/2 serving, so you would take 4 of these a day. Who wouldn't want to eat 4 pieces of candy, while getting all the nutrients of a vitamin? YES, Please! These are so fun! My children are going to be jealous!
I've never had a problem with vitamins upsetting my stomach, but if this happens to you, these would be a great alternative, because they can be taken without food or water!
The negatives to these vitamins are 8g of sugar per serving, corn syrup, hydrogenated coconut oil, artificial flavors & artificial colors. They're 50 calories per serving, so if you are dieting, you might want to "count" the calories! Despite these "facts" I like them, and prefer them to traditional vitamins.
Also, unless your child's paediatrician or your Dr encourages vitamins it's not recommended. You need your blood tested because you could be consuming too much of one vitamin or not enough of the other.
Parents should also be careful about how they give pills to children. Don't take your own medication in front of children, and don't give a child medicine with another child present. Don't ever encourage a child to take a medicine because "it tastes good" or say that "it's like candy."
Symptoms of iron overdose include abdominal pain and vomiting. If you suspect that a child has taken vitamins or medicine they shouldn't have, contact your local poison hotline immediately.
I am not a vitamin taker, but this is great and does not leave any bad after taste. It is also easy on the stomach so you don't have to chew the vitamins with the food. They do have these in children and adult so make sure you look at the packaging properly to ensure you pick up the appropriate one.
If there is a con to this product, I would say that you would have to take more than the regular dosing (which is more than one) to attain the minerals for the body, but I personally do not take 4. I take 2-3 chewables.
For every 4 chews, here is the vitamin breakdown (need 4 to get these amounts w/% of RDA):
Vitamin A- 2,000 IU 40%
Vitamin C- 60mg 100%
Vitamin D- 800 IU 200%
Vitamin E- 40 IU 133%
Vitamin B-2 : 2 mg 100%
Folic Acid- 400 mcg 100%
Vitamin B-12: 10 mcg 167%
Biotin: 150mcg 50%
Pantothenic Acid: 10 mg 100%
Iodine - 80 mcg 53%
Zinc- 5 mg 33%
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