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Other Ingredients: Inulin (chicory root fiber), gelatin, pectin, citric acid, natural flavors, colors from natural sources (black carrot juice concentrate, annatto, tumeric), fractionated coconut oil, carnauba wax, Lo Han fruit concentrate.
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Reviews For Kids Fiber Complete with No Sugar Added, Multi plus Omega 3 Vitamins
Based on 9 Reviews
I love what's in them, but getting my daughter to take them is hard
I am torn on these. I really want my daughter to have more Vitamin D than her other vitamins provide, and I love the Omega 3's. We tried the sugary version from SmartyPants, and she hated them (I think they are good, but definitely very sweet). She likes these better, but I have to cut them in half so she can eat a little at a time because they are so sticky. They kept getting stuck to her teeth. We are trying to boost her immune system, so I want to stick with these - they have the nutrients we want - but getting her to eat 4 per day is a real challenge.
large dosage means they run out fast!
I have two kids, and I didn't quiet realize the dosage that the kids would need to work up to: starts at 2 dummies for 1st week, and 4 dummies thereafter per child! Other than that, this is by far the yummiest multi that my kids have enjoyed.
It is hard to believe there is no sugar, super sweet, my kids love them! Finally a vitamin with all the things I want to put in my little ones bodies.
My daughter loves these and takes them with a smile! So glad to know I am not giving her doses of HFCS first thing in the morning!
These are widely accepted by my children, yeah!
My 4 children ages 3-13 readily enjoy these super great vitamins! What a relief to know our children are taking a true supplement ~compared to the high fructose corn syrup versions of Disney Gummies we ignorantly consumed years before! Thank you Thrive Market for finding & making available a much safer nutritious vitamin we trust to give our children for TRUE health!
Best by far
My 4 year old son is a bit picky, so it took him a while to get used to the no added sugar but now he loves them and he's much more regular now. :)
Five vitamin value
I have three kids, two preteens and a three year-old. This SmartyPants multivitamins are sugar-free and have fish oil. Fiber is a huge benefit for my kids, because it helps promote good digestion. Omega 3s have been talked about a lot lately, especially because fish is the best way to get them. These vitamins have tons of Omega 3s, which helps develop brain function and cognition. My kids enjoy the taste of these gummies, and basically for them, it's just like a candy treat, so I feel like I'm sneaking good stuff into their diet.
best kids vitamins
I bought these for my kids, and I really like the fact that is an all in one formula with vitamin D3 and soluble fiber as well as being gluten free and non GMO. A lot of vitamins are loaded with sugar, usually derived from high fructose syrup and other artificial sweeteners. This is a great multi, one that kids like to take, because it's shaped like gummy drops.
- Carrol McClain
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