FLINTSTONES™ COMPLETE CHEWABLES
FLINTSTONES™ COMPLETE CHEWABLES
Flintstones Complete Chewables – now with improved taste and the original flavor! A wide range of nutrients in an easy-to-chew, fruit-flavored tablets to support overall wellness in growing bodies.* Complete Chewables come in fun Flintstone character shapes and they provide an excellent source of Vitamin D.
NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT KIDS MAY NEED
HOW TO TAKE
Directions: Under adult supervision, product should be fully chewed.
|Children 2 to 3 years of age||Chew one-half tablet daily, with food.|
|Adults and children 4 years of age and older||Chew one tablet daily, with food.|
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Vitamin B6 is important for protein and carbohydrate metabolism.
Avocados, bananas, chicken, fish, pork, liver and kidney. It may also be found in whole grains, nuts and legumes.
Vitamin B12 is essential for normal growth, healthy nerve tissue and blood formation, as well as the reproduction of every cell in the body. Plant foods have no Vitamin B12, so vegetarians need to ensure they get enough of this vitamin via supplements or B12-fortified foods.
Meat, fish, poultry, eggs, milk and other dairy foods, but not plant foods.
Vitamin A is important for normal vision, healthy skin and immune function.
Liver, fish, oil, eggs and Vitamin A-fortified foods, such as milk.
Unlike most animals, our bodies are unable to make Vitamin C, so it must be added to our diets. Vitamin C is an antioxidant. Antioxidants help neutralize the cell-damaging effects of free radicals generated by pollution, smoke, sunlight and even your own body.
Oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, as well as berries, melons, peppers, dark green leafy vegetables, potatoes, tomatoes and many other fruits and vegetables.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant in cell membranes and plays an important role in immune function.
Antioxidants help neutralize the effects of free radicals.
Eggs, liver, yeast breads and cereals.
Zinc participates in diverse functions including growth, development and immune system response.
Meat, dark-meat chicken and legumes.
NIACIN (VITAMIN B3)
One of the 8 B Vitamins, Niacin is found in every cell of the body and is necessary for helping convert food to energy.
Poultry, fish, beef, peanut butter and legumes.
THIAMINE (VITAMIN B1)
Thiamin, the first B Vitamin discovered by scientists (hence B1), helps the body metabolize protein and carbohydrates to produce energy. It is important for normal functioning of the nervous system.
Whole-grain and enriched grain products, beans, brown rice and fortified cereals.
RIBOFLAVIN (VITAMIN B2)
Riboflavin is necessary for producing energy. It is destroyed by light, so breads, cereals and other foods fortified with Riboflavin should be stored in light-proof containers.
Milk and other dairy foods, enriched bread and other grain products, eggs, meat, green leafy vegetables and nuts.