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Jeannette
Wednesday, May 23, 2007, 4:51pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I'm looking for a chewable (preferably gummy type) children's vitamin that does NOT contain milk, soy, gluten, wheat, corn, white rice, sugar if possible or at least low sugar or potato and is compliant for an O+  I've looked and not sure of some of the ingredients.  I hate long ingredient names.

(I had to register with a new name as I could not log in with my old name of MommytoEliana).

Thanks!

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I d try the multis and give her half a dose.
don t know of any chewables without avoids........

there s also the proberry during flu season, a hit with children, they say!!


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The NAP multivitamin for your daughter's blood type--half dosage or even less than that by breaking apart the veggie capsule; you can control and monitor the amount.

Proberry syrup might be child-friendly option, as well.

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Vicki
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What ages are these for?

Children under the age of 6 should not take supplements.  You can call NAP and see what age they recommend for the Exakta children/senior/pregnancy multivitamins.

NAP 1 877 ABO TYPE

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ISA-MANUELA
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I vote for http://www.natvd.com....here are super fine bears for kiddies .....
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Both Webber and Natural Factors have a lot of corn based sweeteners in their product.  They seem to be all non-food based ingredients.  Natural Factors contains stevia (O non-secretor avoid) along with iron and zinc but NO child safety cap.  

Which brand were you linking Tomatilla?
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ISA-MANUELA
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normally I do work with NF. and I didn't saw any kind of avoids in their supp. even the highest allergic client was able to support em, what I cant' say from other so called orthomolecular brands
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Since the NF's children's product is a chewable, it has corn derived sweeteners in it.  Here's the list of "other ingredients" for Big Friends Mixed Fruit Flavor Chewable:  fructose, dextrose, citric acid, mixed fruit flavor, magnesium sterate (vegetable grade), natural color, stevia.  The Jungle Juice Flavor contains these other ingredients:  100% pure fructose, dextrose, citric acid, jungle juice flavor (orange & tangerine), magnesium sterate (vegetable grade), stevia, color (red carot).

Both also say  "Contains milk, wheat and soybeans."

If one were to use a multivitamin for a child, Dr. D'Adamo's Exakta is a great product, but it isn't recommended for young children.  You can mix it in a smoothie or whatever.  
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omG thanx Vicki for that info, they must have changed the formula then, Mrs. Lee told me that there's
none of such stuffs in and that those products are orthomolecular formulas; means it must be without any wheat,corn,milk,soy,sugar etc...

I only used for adults in the last months, so ....yiikes...it was clear that normally the multivits are all on ricebran, as she told me and it's also marked onto the bottles......
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