May 11, 2012

Children's Oxylent Review and Giveaway



Parents are always focused on making sure their kids have the best nutrition available to them. That’s why supplementing your children’s regular diet with a great multi-vitamin is essential to your growing kids bodies, minds, and general health.


Children’s Oxylent by Vitalah is a great fun way to make sure your kids are getting the maximum nutrition available to them from a children’s multi-vitamin.


I received a 30-day supply of Children’s Oxylent powdered multi-vitamin formula to review free of charge.


According the makers of Childrens Oxylent, the powdered effervescent formula has these three great benefits:
nurtures: Children’s Oxylent delivers a balance of vitamins and minerals, including all the B vitamins, to nurture growth and development of your child’s body, mind, and well-being.*

strengthens: Children’s Oxylent contains 800 I.U. vitamin D3, along with calcium and magnesium to support the development of resilient bones and healthy muscles. Zinc promotes healthy immunity.*

protects: Vitamins C and D support your child’s healthy immune system. Vitamin C, a water-soluble vitamin, is lost when foods are processed, and it is important to replenish daily.*
Children’s Oxylent is specially formulated for ages 4 years and over. Children’s Oxylent uses the revolutionary effervescent delivery system, which offers exceptional absorption of vital nutrients. Children’s Oxylent powder can be added to 4–6 ounces of water, with or without ice, for a great-tasting, nutritious, hydrating drink in delicious Bubbly Berry Punch flavor. Best taken with meals or snack, the product is guaranteed to be free of gluten, dairy, caffeine, and artificial flavors and colors. Each box of Children’s Oxylent contains 30 stick packets that are the perfect size for lunch boxes and little hands.



We’ve tried Children’s Oxylent over the last two weeks and have found that it is best made with 6 ounces of cold water. Logan really liked the flavor, but didn’t particularly care for the “fizzies” because it tickles his nose. We found that letting it go flat encouraged him to drink it with out any further issues. The packaging on the individual serving packets is easy enough for little ones open by themselves, just like the powdered drink mixes us parents use in our water bottles.

What I really like is that Children’s Oxylent is sugar free!


Oxylent even has varieties for adults, great for people who have problems with swallowing pills and don’t want to go the gummie route.

For more information on all of the different formulas of Oxylent, check out their website at www.oxylent.com, their Facebook page or follow them on Twitter!

BUY IT!

Want to buy some for your kids? Vitalah, the makers of Children's Oxylent, has issued a discount code for my readers! Use discount code BLOGOXYLENT for 15% off your entire order expiring May 31st.

WIN IT!

Yes, you can win some to try for yourself! (1) box of Children's Oxylent (1) Oxylent Growth Chart (1) Special Swag Gift!

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 **I was not compensated in any way for this review, except for the product the sponsor sent me or review. All opinions are my own and that of my family.**




5 comments:

  1. I make sure she eats lots of veggies and fruit.

    Les Johnson

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  2. Stock up with fresh fruits for snacks - a convenient nutritious treat!

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  3. I incorporate veggies into their meals and blend fruit into yogurts and smoothies so my kids don't even know they're inside.

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  4. a daily multivitamin healthy fruits and veggies and a lil exercise!!
    vanilla_candi(at)msn(dot)com

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  5. I always have lots of fruits and veggies ready to go in snack baggies or out on the table to easily grab for my children.

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