Growing children, especially those who don’t eat a varied diet, may be deficient in certain nutrients, particularly vitamins A and C. Levels of vitamin D are also of concern as it is difficult to get enough through diet alone. It is for this reason that the Department of Health recommends that all children from six months to five years old are given supplements, in the form of vitamin drops, which contain vitamins A, C and D.
Baby A, C, D Plus Drops contains key nutrients at levels suitable for babies from one month in an easy to use liquid form.
|Ingredient||Amount||Providing||% EC RDA|
|Vitamin A 700iu||210mcg||Retinol equivalent||26|
|Vitamin D 300iu||7.5mcg||150|
|Thiamine (Vitamin B1)||0.2mg||18|
|Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)||0.4mg||29|
|Niacin (Vitamin B3)||0.5mg||Niacin equvialent||3|
|Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)||0.5mg||8|