NUTRIENTS FOR TODAY’S KIDS AS THEY GROW

Today's kids (and parents) demand more. That's why we provide information so you know what's in your multivitamin and what's not.

FlintstonesTM Vitamins provide nutritional support with essential nutrients that support kids’ health in 5 ways*:

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IMMUNE HEALTH

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BONE HEALTH

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GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT

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ENERGY METABOLISM SUPPORT

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EYE
HEALTH

Know what’s in your multivitamin and what’s not

Look for the following “Free Of” icons on individual product pages to help you choose the right multivitamin for your strong and growing kid.

FREE OF

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HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP
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ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS
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ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS
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SYNTHETIC COLORS
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DAIRY (MILK) ALLERGEN
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EGG ALLERGEN
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SOY ALLERGEN
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GMOs
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GLUTEN
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WHEAT ALLERGEN
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ASPARTAME
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GELATIN

VITAMINS

Vitamins support normal growth and development, and help cells and organs do their jobs. Some vitamins (like A, D, E and K) are stored by the body, but others (like Vitamin C and the B Vitamins) are not and need to be replenished every day in a growing child.

MINERALS

Minerals are substances the body uses to build bones, make hormones and regulate the heartbeat. You need larger amounts of some minerals, like calcium, and small amounts of trace minerals like iron, copper, iodine and zinc.

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WHAT DO
ANTIOXIDANTS DO?

Every day you’re exposed to cell-damaging molecules (called “free radicals”) generated by pollution, smoke, sunlight and even your own body when you work out hard or convert food to energy. Antioxidants, such as Vitamins C, E and A, help neutralize these damaging effects and may help reduce the risk for certain cancers and heart disease. Diets high in vegetables and fruits are good sources of antioxidants.

By helping convert food to fuel.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.