Children’s Oxylent Review

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Children's Oxylent

Many kids have gone back to school or started their new homeschool year. This fall, you can get your little ones’ school year started off right with strong immune systems and a big boost of brain power! Children’s Oxylent delivers essential nutrients and offers a fun, great tasting, nutritious drink. Plus it’s only sweetened with Stevia!

Children’s Oxylent

Nurtures: A balance of the highest-quality nutrients supports your child’s development and well-being. Vitamin A supports growth, vitamins E and B support developing nervous systems, and zinc supports brain function.

Strengthens: Vitamin D3, calcium, and magnesium support the health of growing bones and muscles.9–11 Recent research shows that even kids in sunny climates don’t get enough vitamin D.

Protects: Vitamins A, C, and D, and the mineral zinc promote the health and function of your child’s immune system. Vitamin C, a water-soluble vitamin, is important to replenish daily.

Nutrition is very important for children. In fact, nutrition plays a big part in helping our children with their special needs. With the right nutrition they can concentrate and focus better. Plus, of course, there is the added benefit of a stronger immune system. With cold and flu season right around the corner it’s always nice to know we’re doing what we can to keep their immune system strong. With proper nutrition there are also less meltdowns and just an overall better well being.

I was very excited to try Children’s Oxylent. It is so hard to find supplements that contain all the important vitamins children need. It’s also hard to find supplements that don’t have questionable ingredients like food dyes, sugar, or artificial sweeteners. Children’s Oxylent is full of the good stuff and doesn’t have the bad stuff! I’m really impressed with what the Children’s Oxylent contains!

The single serve packets are convenient. I just set out 3 cups, pour a little packet into each one, and then add 4-6 ounces of filtered water. Then just stir it up, and your kids have a healthy drink! I found for our kids, personally, they enjoy it with more flavor, so we usually add only 4 ounces of water.

The great thing is – they enjoy it! They ask for their “vitamin drink” every day! Because it’s so convenient it is easy to make it a habit. I also love that it encourages them to have extra fluids for the day! I imagine I’m not the only parent that has to remind my kids to drink their water!

Children’s Oxylent is definitely a good fit for our family.

What are your biggest concerns when it comes to your children’s nutrition?

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One lucky reader has the chance to win a box of Children’s Oxylent! The giveaway will run from 9/14 through 9/28 at 11:00pm Central and is open to US residents ages 18+. Please refer to the full terms and conditions in the Giveaway Tools.


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  1. aqualityhost says

    I like that it is a pretty thorough multi-vitamin/mineral supplement that most children would be willing to ingest. Some kids won’t take pills, but nearly all will drink juice.

  2. I like that it is sweetened with Stevia.

  3. I learned that it was sweetened by stevia.

  4. I leanred that they make a prenatal formula too!

  5. Cheryla Lister says

    I like that these are sweetened with the safe alternative to sugar, Stevia. Great way for children to get their vitamins.

  6. Cheryla Lister says

    I like that these are sweetened with the safe alternative to sugar, Stevia. Great way for children to get their vitamins.

  7. Tara Carlson says

    I learned that there’s a prenatal Oxylent and it’s the official prenatal vitamin of the American Pregnancy Association.

  8. Akyshia Pearsall says

    Recent research shows that even kids in sunny climates don’t get enough vitamin D. I did not know that. Thank You

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