|Cardium Therapeutics, Inc. (CXM) To Go Brands Vitamins for Children|
One of the challenges of every parent is ensuring that their children get the kind of nutrition they need. You can avoid keeping junk foods around the house, and make a point of serving vegetables and fruit with every meal, but these days kids spend a lot of time outside the house, offering little control over what they may be snacking on. In the end, they may be lacking in the doctor-recommended vitamins they need as they grow.
Children may be slow to take traditional vitamin pills, and attempts have been made to make them seem more like candy. But some children’s vitamins are more candy than vitamin, with some even sticking to teeth and encouraging cavities. Did you know that Gummy Vitamins are one of the worst trends to hit dentist’s offices in recent years? Gummy-type vitamins are more likely to sit on or between the teeth longer, where bacteria can thrive, especially in younger children who do not yet brush their teeth well. It only takes about 20 minutes for bacteria to start excreting cavity-causing acids. Due to their sticky nature and tendency to damage fillings or other dental hardware, dentists often advise against Gummy Vitamins.
Not a problem with VitaRocks, a product of To Go Brands, healthy lifestyle subsidiary of Cardium Therapeutics. VitaRocks are called “Vitamins That Pop,” popular pour-in-the-mouth popping candy that kids love, but containing different mixes of vitamins that they need.
• VitaRocks Cherry Blast, Grape Crusher, and Lemon Burst offer an unbeatable taste with a mix of important vitamins that even adults can love. An excellent source of vitamins A, B, C, D, and E as well as minerals in the form of an all-natural candy.
• VitaRocks C offers a powerful dose of 1000mg of Vitamin C in every packet. VitaRocks C is also encapsulated, providing a buffering effect from the acidity of Vitamin C. Containing all-natural sweeteners, it goes straight to work to help the immune system, especially sought during cold and flu season.
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