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Written on Monday, November 4, 2013
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Pros: boosts immunity, great taste

One of my jobs as a mom is to make sure my daughter gets the nutrition she needs. However, being a tween, it isn't always easy to ensure she eats the foods that she should. That's why I supplement her diet with vitamins. I have tried a variety of different brands and L'il Critters wins, hands down. I choose to buy the immunity boost variety that has a boost of zinc and echinacea and have found it really cuts down on the colds she gets, especially during the school year. If I sense a cold coming on, I boost her intake by an extra vitamin over a few days and it knocks the symptoms right out. Even though these are made for children, adults can take them as well with the same immunity-boosting effect.

I have nothing negative to say about these vitamins. She loves the taste, and takes them every day without any complaints. I have tried some of the cheaper brands, and they just do not work as well or taste as good. When it comes to my child's health, paying a little bit more money is worth it to me to ensure she stays as healthy as possible.

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andiesmama recommends L'il Critters Immune C Gummy Bears Children's Vitamins

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