With both boys being ill the past few weeks, their immune system will have taken a hit. Chicken Pox is a viral infection and even though the spotty side effects may have gone, the virus can last a while and so I wanted to make sure that they were getting all of their daily intake of vitamins necessary to fight off any more illnesses and to keep them healthy.
With September approaching and the new school term arriving soon, ensuring children are in great health is on probably at the top of every parents mind too.
I've found that most vitamins come in a tablet form and are not suitable for children and so these newly launched Peppa Pig gummies are to be a massive hit for children everywhere. Ideal for fussy eaters who often refuse healthier options, the recently launched Peppa Pig Vitamin selection from Holland & Barrett is great for topping up your child’s diet with essential vitamins.
The Peppa Pig Vitamin C Gummies are available in tangy Orange and Lemon flavours and they provide 150% of a child’s RDA of Vitamin C.
Vitamin C is a vital part of maintaining and boosting our immune systems and so these gummies are perfect to fight illnesses, they are also high in anti-oxidants so are perfect for when the winter months set in.
The George Pig Multivitamin Gummies provide Vitamin A, B12, C, D and E to your child’s RDA.
Providing a fun and tasty way for you to ensure they are getting all the necessary vitamins they need, they are available in four fruity flavours: Apple, Blackcurrant, Strawberry and Orange. Both packs are suitable for children aged 3+
Each of the boxes come complete with 7 packs of vitamins and each pack has 3 gummies inside in either the shape of Peppa or George.
Thomas loves eating these, especially as they love Peppa Pig, but also because they come in nice flavours and to them, they are just sweets so they think that they are getting a treat rather than vitamins.
They are priced at £2.49 for seven packs and are available at Holland and Barrett stores nationwide and online at www.hollandandbarrett.com.