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Vitamins for Kids

Vitamins for Kids
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Do Healthy Kids Need Supplements?

Given the reality of time-crunched parents, those well-rounded, home-cooked meals aren't always possible. That's why pediatricians may recommend a daily multivitamin or mineral supplement for:

Kids who aren't eating regular, well-balanced meals made from fresh, whole foods

Finicky eaters who simply aren't eating enough

Kids with chronic medical conditions such as asthma or digestive problems, especially if they're taking medications (be sure to talk with your child's doctor first before starting a supplement if your child is on medication)

Kids eating a lot of fast foods, convenience foods, and processed foods

Kids on a vegetarian or a vegan diet (they may need an iron supplement), a dairy-free diet (they may need a calcium supplement), or other restricted diet

Kids who drink a lot of carbonated sodas, which can leach vitamins and minerals from their bodies


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