Neu Kid - Multivitamin For Kids - (30 Soft Chews)
Neu Kid® - Multivitamin + Omega-3
30 sugar free soft chews - For Ages 3-12
Neu Kid is an easy way to get your child excited about taking their fish oil every day. We've combined essential omega-3 fatty acids (EPA & DHA) with a comprehensive range of vitamins and iodine to support their overall health and wellbeing. Plus, it comes in a bright, clean, fun-to-eat soft chew, so you can rest easy knowing your little one is being nourished with the good stuff.
What you'll get from Neu Kid?
One Neu Kid chew taken daily provides vital nutrients for a child's optimal growth and development. For ages 3 - 12 years.
How does Neu Kid work?
Neu Kid is a natural supplement that supports the physiological requirements of a growing child. With 12 active ingredients, it supports a balanced immune system, strong bones and teeth, and the health of the heart, brain, and eyes. It contains high-quality omega-3 EPA & DHA from sustainable sources certified by Friend of the Sea. It’s sugar-free and naturally flavoured, with no fishy taste or unpleasant fish reflux.
Enjoy one soft chew per day with breakfast. For best results, enjoy with food.
One soft chew provides:
|Ingredient||Amount Per Serving||% NRV*|
|Vitamin A||200 mcg α-RE||25|
|Vitamin D (as D3)||8 mcg||100|
|Vitamin E||5 mg α-TE||32|
|Vitamin C||15 mg||19|
|Vitamin B3||8 mg NE||50|
|Vitamin B6||0.7 mg||50|
|Folic Acid||100 mcg||50|
|Vitamin B12||1.3 mcg||52|
|Fish Oil Concentrate||443 mg||**|
|Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)||44 mg||**|
|Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)||222 mg||**|
|Total Omega-3||300 mg||**|
*NRV=Nutrient Reference Value. **No NRV Established.
mcg=microgram, mg=milligram, αRE=retinol equivalents, αTE=tocopherol equivalents, NE=niacin equivalents.
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Research shows that UK children fail to achieve micronutrient recommendations and may experience a sub-optimal nutritional status as a result.
The World Health Organization
(WHO) recommends a daily intake of 300 mg of EPA/DHA, and as the human body doesn't naturally produce, intake must be gained from food or supplements. Despite this guidance, a nationally representative study in the UK showed that 96%
of children do not meet the minimum requirement.