Swisse Kids releases new vitamin range

swisse keedsSwisse Wellness has unveiled its new product range for children, Swisse Kids Brain DHA and Swisse Kids Vitamin D3 Liquid Drops.

The new no-added sugar vitamin and supplement range suitable for 2 – 12 year olds.

The two new products complete Swisse Wellness’ extensive offering kids vitamin product range, which includes the Multi, Fish Oil, Vitamin C + Zinc, Calcium + D3, Probiotic, Brain DHA and Vitamin D3 Liquid Drops.

“Some parents may be concerned that their children are low on important vitamins and minerals either because they’re unable to eat certain foods due to medical conditions, or are selective eaters. Incorporating a vitamin supplement may allow children to receive vital nutrients that they may otherwise miss out on,” said Swisse head of technical innovation, Antoinette-Louise Barnardo.

“It is so exciting to see our Swisse Kids range grow and resonate with Australian families. We have really taken our time to ensure our first complete children’s range helps kids meet their nutritional requirements.”

Kids Brain DHA contains life’s DHATM, which is a natural and sustainable source of omega-3 DHA from microalgae (Schizochytrium sp) that’s grown in a specialised environment.

“Around a third of Australian school kids never or rarely eat fish so the Kids Brain DHA is a great supplement to digest daily,” said Barnardo.

Kids Vitamin D3 Liquid is a 30mL oral liquid, which supports the development of strong bones and muscles. The product aids calcium absorption and supports normal immune function, with an easy to use dosing device.

Swisse Kids provides parents a way to boost their children’s nutritional intake with a balanced diet. The chewable vitamin range has no artificial flavours, gluten-free and no peanuts, lactose, yeast or egg.


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