Vitabiotics - Wellkid Peppa Pig Vitamin D Soft Jellies, 30 PastillesBrand - Vitabiotics
Boost your kids’ vitamin D intake with Wellkid Peppa Pig Vitamin D Soft Jellies by Vitabotics. Fun Peppa Pig-shaped, gluten-free supplements that little ones love!
- Yummy strawberry flavour
- Suitable for children aged 3-7 years
- Vegan & Gluten free
- No artificial flavours or preservatives
Wellkid Peppa Pig Vitamin D Soft Jellies are designed to provide the recommended daily amount of vitamin D for children aged 3-7 years (10µg).
Made by Vitabotics - the UK’s no.1 vitamin company - these yummy, strawberry-flavoured jellies contain no artificial flavours or preservatives. They are also free from gluten, salt, yeast, and lactose. Not tested on animals and vegan-friendly.
Vitabotics Wellkid Vitamin D supplements are not only delicious but come in Peppa Pig shaped jellies that your little ones will love - making nutritional intake fun and fuss-free.
Vitamin D is a letter vitamin that is important for normal growth and bone development. It is also believed to help to build a strong and responsive immune system. Wellkid Peppa Pig Vitamin D Soft Jellies are a great way to ensure your kids are getting all the daily recommended nutritional support.
Take one or two jellies per day. Do not exceed the recommended intake. Not suitable for children under 3 years. Chew before swallowing. Always read the label.
Wheat Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Gelling Agent: Fruit Pectin, Acidity Regulators: Citric Acid, Potassium Citrate, Natural Strawberry Flavouring, Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol [Vegan]), Red Carrot Concentrate Juice, Coating: Vegetable Oil (Coconut Oil, Rape Seed Oil) And Glazing Agent (Carnauba Wax).
Allergens: Tree Nuts (Coconuts)
Frequently Asked Questions
When Is The Best Time To Take Vitamin D Supplements?
We recommend taking Wellkid Peppa Pig Vitamin D Soft Jellies with a meal to enhance absorption. Avoid taking vitamin D supplements at night. Vitamin D is particularly taken as a supplement during the autumn and winter months, when sun exposure is at its least.