Rude Health

Ensure vitamin vitality

7th November, 2009

Parents of young children often find themselves in a dilemma over whether to supplement their child’s diet with multivitamins and minerals.

In an ideal world, children would eat six servings of cereals, breads and potatoes, five servings of fruit and vegetables, three servings of dairy products and two servings of meat and fish or pulses every day. (In an ideal world, so would parents!) They wouldn’t want chocolate, sweets, fizzy drinks or other...

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