It’s a brilliant strategy - putting vitamins in candy. But there are serious issues with giving your kids gummy vitamins daily that are worth reviewing. In recent years, the candy-as-supplement market has exploded with even more commitment from brands associated with sweet-tooth-friendly supplement: the gummy vitamin. These multi-purpose gummies claim to provide you with all the vitamins and minerals needed in a day - everything from vitamin D to B12 to iron. Rejoice! Candy that’s good for you! But is it?!
We have shared that one of the reasons Dr. Alavi gathered a group of doctors and a scientist to create Frunutta was the difficulty his autistic child faced swallowing and absorbing vitamins in pill form. But there are many more people who struggle with taking vitamins, as well. These are a few more stories of people who hate taking vitamins and are in dire need of another solution.
If you find that your stomach gets upset after taking vitamins or that you feel like you are burping up your vitamins all day long, know that you are not alone. It is very common for vitamins to have this side effect. Find out why this is, what may be causing it, and a solution that will avoid this problem forever.
As a parent of a child with autism, you know all too well that assuring that they get their daily nutrients can be a nightmare. And you’re not alone; 70-percent of parents with children on the autism spectrum report problems with their child’s extremely limited eating habits. Researches are still trying to understand what causes their picky eating behavior. Read our blog to find out more...
By now, you’ve probably heard that most of us don’t get enough Vitamin D. According to Mercy Medical Center, 42% of the U.S. population is Vitamin D deficient. This number may be even higher as not everyone is tested for their vitamin D levels. Many people try to address this shortage through supplementation, but if you’re taking Vitamin D supplements without also taking Vitamin K2, you may not be providing everything your body needs.