Infant Care Multi with DHA

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Infant Care Multi with DHA

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Review

Infant Care Multi with DHA comes in a liquid form that can be applied with a dropper. This is a new improved formula that contains 100 percent of the required daily requirement of 10 important vitamins. This infant supplement has a pleasant 100 percent natural orange flavor that infants like. Infant Care also includes the essential fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) that has been clinically demonstrated to enhance your infants brain and eye development. If you’re not breast feeding at this time, this is a wonderful supplement for supplying your infant with DHA that can be placed directly in your infants mouth with an eye dropper or placed in food or drink. This supplement does not contain any artificial colors, flavors, sugars, sweeteners or preservatives. This product does not contain any fructose.

Purpose

  • support brain function and health

Ingredients

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User Opinions

Most consumer like Twinlab Infant Care Multi with DHA rating it from 4 to 5 stars.

According to consumers, the taste of this product is fine without artificial colors or flavors. Their babies gobble up their food with these added. Major vitamins, most importantly vitamin D, are in this product although there’s no iron. Consumers suggest giving Happy Bellies cereal which contains the type of iron formulated to be easily absorbed by infants to complement this product. Most consumers think this product is better than the Polyvisol.

Dosage

Shake well before use. Fill the dropper to 1 ml. Give to baby either directly in their mouth or mixed in with food or drink. When level of liquid becomes low and filling dropper to 1 ml gets difficult, dispense twice at the 0.5 ml level.

Precautions

After opening, store away from direct light. Refrigeration is not required.

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