FLINTSTONES™ WITH EXTRA C
FLINTSTONES™ WITH EXTRA C
Flintstones™ with Extra C chewable multivitamin supplements contain ingredients to help maintain immune function.
Flintstones™ with Extra C multivitamins are for children who sometimes don't eat fruits and vegetables!†
NUTRITIONAL SUPPORT KIDS MAY NEED
HOW TO TAKE
Directions: For children three years and older. Chew one tablet daily.
Keep safely out of reach of children. Do not use if seal under cap is broken or missing.
†"Multiple vitamins serve as a supplement to help fill vitamin and mineral gaps when diet is not enough. To be sure this product is suitable for you, always read and follow the label."
Vitamin D deficiency is common among Canadians due to limited sunlight exposure and diet intake. Making sure we get enough Vitamin D helps the body to get enough calcium to grow strong bones and teeth. It also has a role in supporting the immune system.
fortified milk, cheese, eggs, and some fish (sardines and salmon) and sunlight
Also known as pyridoxine. Vitamin B6 cannot be produced in our bodies so it comes from our diet. It has a role in making proteins, hormones and neurotransmitters, which are chemicals that relay signals between the nerves.
avocados, bananas, poultry, fish, pork, whole grains, nuts and legumes
"Essential for normal growth of body as well as maintaining blood formation. Plant foods have no Vitamin B12, so vegetarians need to ensure they get enough of this vitamin.
meat, shellfish, eggs, fish, dairy products, but not plant foods.
BIOTIN (VITAMIN B7)
Also known as Vitamin H. The word “biotin” comes from the ancient Greek word “biotos,” which means “life” or “sustenance.” Biotin is important in our lives as it is used to maintain healthy functions of our body including hair, skin and nails, as well as the body's ability to metabolize nutrients.
eggs, bananas, breads and cereals
PANTOTHENIC ACID (VITAMIN B5)
Also known as Vitamin B5. Pantothenic Acid plays a role in energy metabolism and in tissue formation.
Meat, poultry, fish, whole-grain cereals and legumes.
It is important to make sure our bodies have enough of Vitamin A as it helps with a wide range of functions including maintaining normal eyesight, healthy skin and immune function.
fish (salmon, tuna), yellow and orange fruits and vegetables (carrots, sweet potatoes, chili peppers, pumpkins), dark leafy vegetables (spinach, kale)
Unlike most animals, our bodies are unable to make Vitamin C, so it must be added to our diets. Vitamin C is an antioxidant for good health and helps to maintain the body’s immune function.
tropical and citrus fruits, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach, peas, cauliflower.
Vitamin E is an antioxidant and also has a role in immune function.
Antioxidants help neutralize the effects of free radicals.
green leafy vegetables (broccoli, spinach), nuts and seeds, olive oil, eggs, poultry, cereals
Zinc participates in diverse functions in the body including maintenance of healthy skin and immune function.
red meat, poultry and legumes