Vendor: Seeking Health
- Contains essential vitamins, minerals and trace elements
- Iron- and Copper-free
- May help support healthy methylation processes
- May help support a healthy immune system
Kids Optimal Multivitamin by Seeking Health is a comprehensive multivitamin and mineral supplement that is specifically designed to support the nutritional needs of children. Kids Optimal Multivitamin is formulated to provide a complete and potent profile of nutrients that may benefit any child in combination with a healthy, balanced diet.
Each serving includes bio available forms of folate, B12, and B6, amino acid chelated minerals that are easily absorbed and utilised by the body, trace minerals including boron and vanadium, plus shilajit and milk thistle extracts to support healthy responses to daily toxin exposures.*
Along with a healthy diet and lifestyle, the essential vitamins, minerals, and trace elements included in this formula may help enhance nutritional status. The amounts and ratios of the 28 nutrients in Kids Optimal Multivitamin can help complement dietary intake and ensure that daily micro nutrient needs are met.
To help address your child's unique needs, Kids Optimal Multivitamin offers higher potencies for key nutrients, antioxidant support, broader trace element nutrition, and augmented B vitamin support compared to most other multivitamins for kids. Iron and copper, often contraindicated in ASD and potentially toxic in excess amounts, are excluded.*
Nutrient "families" are used to provide a wider range of nutritional activity. For example, vitamin A and vitamin E tocopherols are included to provide diverse antioxidant benefits. Biologically active forms of folate, B12, and B6 may help support methylation and transsulfuration biochemistry.
Significant amounts of the active forms of folate (L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate) and vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin) are used as they are easily absorbed and utilised by the body. Together these two vitamins may help support a healthy methylation cycle and normal homocysteine levels. The active co enzyme form of vitamin B6 (known as P-5-P), is also included to support healthy transsulfuration pathways