Liquid Calcium with Magnesium provides these two essential minerals
combined with Vitamin D and Zinc in a balanced, very absorbable, great tasting
formula. These are the primary nutrients required for supporting your child's
healthy bone growth and development.*
As your child grows and develops, Calcium is the most abundant mineral found in
their body, (comprising 1.5 - 2% of total body weight), with 99% of the total
Calcium being found in the bones and teeth. For optimum absorption and
utilization, Calcium should be combined with Magnesium, Vit D and Zinc. These
nutrients help support and establish the very foundation, for your child's
structural growth and integrity.*
For infants 6 mo. - 12 mo: 1 teaspoon daily
For children 1 - 3 years: 2 teaspoons daily
For children 4 - 8 years: 1 tablespoon daily
For children 9 - 12 years: 2 tablespoons daily
- Shake well before use.
- Keep in a cool place or refrigerate after opening.
- Give directly or mix with your child's favorite drink.
Water, Fructose, Citric Acid, Natural Orange Flavor, Xanthum Gum, and Potassium
Sorbate (as a perservative).
ChildLife uses only the highest quality ingredients. Contains no gluten, dairy,
egg, yeast, wheat, corn, or alcohol. No artificial colorings. No artificial
sweeteners. Gluten and Casein free.
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