Friday, April 8, 2011

Nutri Yummies Sugar & Allergen Free Chewable Children Multivitamin

NutriYummies contains all necessary vitamins, minerals and antioxidants essential to child nutrition and it is allergen-free. Each ingredient has been carefully selected and tested and every phase of the Nutri Yummies production process is governed by GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) guidelines. Intensive Nutrition Inc.®, a family-owned and operated company, is proud to introduce Nutri Yummies -- the first children's chewable multivitamin to combine allergen-free, comprehensive nutrition with great taste.

Yes, Intensive Nutrition uses D-Mannitol and pure blueberry fruit powder in NutriYummies instead of overly sweet sugars like fructose. D-Mannitol gives each tablet a pleasant mouth-feel and actually increases the absorption pattern of the vitamin, mineral and antioxidant complexes contained in the formula. D-Mannitol is not metabolized by the body and does not promote tooth decay.  Pure blueberry fruit powder makes NutriYummies not only appealing to children but it provides additional antioxidant benefits and naturally increases tablet shelf-life.

Children Need NutriYummies Multivitamins

The American Academy of Pediatrics advises that children should follow a diet based on the USDA Food Guide Pyramid.  This diet, they claim, provides a sufficient amount of all vitamins necessary for child nutrition.  Realistically, however, no one strictly follows daily dietary recommendations, especially children.
Children eat unevenly, are often choosy or picky in their food selection and are actually genetically predisposed to prefer sweet, starchy foods that lack important vitamins and nutrients like Iron.  As a consequence, most children benefit significantly from supplementation. 
Intensive Nutrition Incorporated® (INI) has answered the needs of parents and children with the creation of NutriYummies. A multivitamin/mineral formula for children ages 2 to 12, NutriYummies is a properly balanced supplement whose ingredient content reflects the most up to date information on children's nutrition.

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