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The Mighty Multivitamin!

Rachelle Hyland

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It can be stressful to try and address all the nutritional gaps that we worry our children may have. If you have ever felt overwhelmed by rows and rows of vitamins and minerals on the shelves, you are not alone.

We know exactly what it feels like to want to make sure you are providing your child with the best start while dealing with a busy lifestyle, and the complexities that can come from little ones who may not want to eat a wide enough variety of foods to provide them with all the necessary nutrients. 

That is why we created our kids multivitamin, using our liposomal delivery system, which has been proven to increase absorption. We packed it with vital vitamins and minerals, including two very powerful nutrients (Lutein and Zeaxanthin) that are proven to protect the eyes from damage that we are seeing an increase of in our digital age. 

Here is a deeper dive into what we included:

Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that the body cannot make on its own and must be obtained through diet or supplementation. If you remember being told that carrots are good for your eyes, it was the pro vitamin A content being referenced, which helps maintain the health of the retinas. Vitamin A also plays a part in immune health, skin, normal growth and development and reproductive health.  

Vitamin D3 is commonly referred to as a vitamin, however, it acts as a hormone in the body and is particularly important for healthy bone development and maintenance, as it helps the body absorb Calcium and Phosphorous. It can be difficult to obtain adequate levels from food, or through sun exposure- particularly during the Winter months- so supplementation is generally recommended. 

Vitamin E works to protect the cells from damage by neutralising free radicals through its potent antioxidant properties. It plays an important role in maintaining the health of blood cells and the immune system. New research suggests that it may play a role in protecting certain parts of the eye that are particularly sensitive to oxidative damage

Vitamin K2 plays an important role in healthy blood clotting, and in regulating calcium to ensure proper bone density. 

Vitamin C works in extensive ways to support overall wellbeing. These include protecting cells against free radical damage, strengthening T cells, supporting healthy immune response, and assisting in the production of key hormones and neurotransmitters. Vitamin C is required for the production of collagen, and supports many more functions in the body.  

Thiamin/Riboflavin/Folate/Biotin/B6/B12 are all part of the 8 vitamins that make up what is known as the B Vitamin complex. Each B vitamin has its own function, but collectively they support healthy metabolism, create new blood cells, maintain healthy brain cells, skin cells, body tissue, and much more. 

Zinc is a trace mineral that our bodies only require in small amounts but is present in every single cell of the body. It affects multiple processes, from normal growth to immune response, and even reproduction. Zinc contributes to the production of DNA, the release of hormones, and nerve impulses between the body and brain. 

Choline is an essential nutrient for the normal function of cells and nerves which works closely with B vitamins to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by breaking down excess amounts of certain amino acids. 

Lutein and Zeaxanthin are 2 powerful antioxidants and are naturally found in the eye tissue. Recent research has shown that they may protect against macular degeneration, and damage to the eyes caused by high energy light waves. Some studies suggest that they are highly effective when taken together by combating free radicals that can contribute to cellular damage in the eye tissue. 

We truly believe this multivitamin will help take the stress out of supplementing for kids and can provide peace of mind for the busy parent who needs a powerful and simple option at hand. 

WebMD – Better information. Better health.

The European Food Information Council : Food facts for healthy choices | Eufic

Types of B vitamins: Functions, sources, and deficiencies (medicalnewstoday.com)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR, RACHELLE HYLAND

Rachelle HylandRachelle, not to be mistaken for Rachael, is in fact sister-in-law to Rachael, the founder of Mighty Kids. She's a wonderful wife, and a mother of two (soon to be three!) mighty children.

2 thoughts on “The Mighty Multivitamin!”

  1. Hi! I’m really interested in ordering the multi vitamin and magnesium for my daughter – can she take both at the same time? Thanks ☺️

  2. Hi Sally,

    Absolutely! Our multivitamin doesn’t contain magnesium as there was a limit to everything we could fit in there!! We highly recommend taking magnesium alongside the multivitamin. Hope this helps 🙂

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