BENEFITS: Is your Child Getting Enough Vitamin D3? Vitamin D3 is an important fast-soluble vitamin. It is naturally present in only a few foods, can be obtained from sun exposure, and is available as a dietary supplement. In recent years, there has been growing concern about Vitamin D deficiency, affecting young and old alike, and we are beginning to understand how important Vitamin D really is to our overall health. Through exposure to direct sunlight, our bodies produce Vitamin D naturally. Researchers have suggested the evolution of our environment and today’s modern lifestyle – cloud clover, pollution, intense use of sunscreens, working longer hours indoors, watching TV and playing videogames – are all factors contributing to Vitamin D deficiency. A further concern is that foods rich in Vitamin D are limited. Dietary supplements are commonly used to help get the recommended daily dose. Make sure your child get the adequate amount with ChildLife® Vitamin D3 Top 4 Reasons to Supplement Vitamin D3 Daily Immune Health. Proper levels of Vitamin D3 support the body’s natural defences and help to maintain a healthy functioning immune system. Bone Health. Vitamin D supports health, formation, growth and development of bones in growing children. Respiratory Heath. Vitamin D may help guard against immune issues and boost the body’s resistance to colds and respiratory issues. Heart Heath. Recent studies on the sunshine vitamin support Vitamin D’s role in a healthy heart, both in children as they develop and in adults. 400 IUs is the recommended level of Vitamin D3 per day for babies and infants from the day they are born. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
For infants from birth-1 yr: 6 drops daily
Children 1-12 yrs: 8 drops daily
• Shake well before use.
• Store in a cool dry place.
• Give directly or mix with your child’s favourite drink. 400 IUs is the recommended level of Vitamin D3 per day for babies and infants from the day they are born.