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Haliborange Mr Men Little Miss Calcium & Vitamin D Strawberry Softies 30s

SKU : OTCHALIBMR04|PIP-Code : 3870706|EAN : 5012335113800
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Haliborange Mr Men Little Miss Calcium & Vitamin D Strawberry Softies contain Calcium and Vitamin D to support growing bones and teeth in children aged three years and over.
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Haliborange Mr Men Little Miss Calcium & Vitamin D Strawberry Softies

Mr Strong advised Little Miss Naughty to take her vitamins every day to help her grow up strong and tall. Haliborange Mr Men Little Miss Calcium & Vitamin D Strawberry Softies contain Calcium and Vitamin D to support growing bones and teeth in children aged three years and over. The delicious flavour softies are lovingly made for your little one's everyday needs and contains:
  • Calcium: Essential for the maintenance of normal bones and teeth.
  • Vitamin D: Essential for the normal growth and development of bones in children.
The UK Department of Health recommends all babies and young children aged six months to five years take a daily supplement containing vitamin D.
Children over three years of age: take one softie a day. We know adults also love the taste and you can follow the same guide.
Glucose Syrup, Calcium Phosphate, Sugar, Water, Gelatine, Sweetener: Sorbitol; Flavours: Vanilla, Strawberry (0.2%); Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid; Malic Acid, Glazing Agents: Triglycerides of Fatty Acids, Carnauba Wax; Colour: Carmine Prep (Carmines, Potassium Hydroxide, Citric Acid) Vitamin D
Average ValuesPer 1 Calcium Softie% RDA
Vitamin D5μg100
Calcium250mg31

Energy, Protein, Carbohydrate and Fat negligible.

  • Do not exceed the recommended intake.
  • Women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy should consult their doctor before taking vitamin and mineral supplements.
  • Food supplements are intended to supplement the diet and should not be regarded as a substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle.
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