Kid's Super Daily® D3
Since our children's bodies can't produce enough vitamin D3 on their own, they must get it through their diets or from exposure to direct sunlight, which triggers the body to make it. Children can get vitamin D through foods like oily fish, including salmon, mackerel, and tuna; fortified milk; or cereal. But getting enough from diet alone can be difficult. And because of the risk of skin cancer, it's not recommended they spend too much time in the sun. For children not getting enough vitamin D, a supplement may be the best option. Vitamin D promotes healthy growth and development; helps their bodies absorb calcium and phosphorus; and supports teeth, bone, and muscle health. Kid's Super Daily® D3 can be placed in food or a drink or directly on the tongue.
10.3 mL Liquid
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