Vitamin A – promotes eye health, bone growth, and warding off infections.
Vitamin C – enhances immune function and works with Vitamin E to provide antioxidant support.
Vitamin D – works with calcium to keep bones strong.
Vitamin E – protects cells from the damaging free radicals that can lead to cancer and heart disease later in life.
Calcium – helps grow strong bones and healthy teeth.
Iron – keeps the blood supply healthy so it can deliver oxygen to the body’s tissues. Iron deficiency is still the most prevalent deficiency in children worldwide.
Folate – a special B vitamin – helps produce and maintain new cells and prevent anaemia.
Magnesium – helps keep the heart rhythm steady and the immune system and bones strong.
Potassium – helps kidneys function properly, keeps blood pressure normal, and is important for heart health.
Zinc – promotes normal growth and development during childhood and keeps the immune system strong and promotes healing.
How much attention are you paying to your child’s long-term health?