Review | Natures Aid Vitamin D3 Drops

According to my GP, one of the vitamins that kids in the UK lack the most is vitamin D. No surprise there seeing as vitamin D is obtained through exposure to sunlight and here in the UK we hardly get any. Though you can also obtain the needed level of vitamin D through other things like oily fish, eggs and and fortified fat spread this isn’t always easy. Earlier in the year, my daughter was diagnosed with a vitamin D deficiently and was prescribed supplements which she had to take for six months. Since it ran out, I have been worried about her level of vitamin D and was happy to hear about Natures Aid vitamin D3 drops.Vitamin D3 Drops (Carton) 131910-1

With no added sugar, artificial colours or flavouring, Natures Aid Vitamin D3 drop was designed for babies and children.

How To Use: 

For Infants and children aged 1 month to 5 years old: Take 0.5ml daily 1-2 times daily. Place drops onto mothers nipple or a pacifier and allow baby to suck for 30 seconds or mix with formula, juice or food.

Not suitable for infants consuming 500ml or more of formula milk a day and infants under 1 month of age unless under medical supervision.

Vitamin D supplementThe Vitamin D3 drops is really easy to use. It comes with a tube dropper which make measuring the right amount easy. My daughter is not keen on the taste so I mix with with juice or put it in her cereal.

For more information on the supplement, please visit Natures Aid

I was sent this 50ml bottle of Natures Aid Vitamin D3 drops for the purpose of the review. Read my disclaimer here.

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    Bio-Kult Infantis
    January 23, 2015 at 5:22 pm

    […] people are having to be prescribed more Vitamin D. Aside from the vitamin d3 drops we reviewed here and the odd yoghurt that contains vitamin D, I couldn’t actually find a multivitamin product […]

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