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PolyViSol vs Chewable Vitamin



 
 
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Old October 16th 05, 03:48 AM
Carol Ann
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Default PolyViSol vs Chewable Vitamin

Hi!

Is there a difference in these two vitamins? Morgan would probably enjoy
eating a chewable vitamin rather than the liquid.

~Carol Ann

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Old October 16th 05, 02:42 PM
Sue
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"Carol Ann" wrote in message
Hi!
Is there a difference in these two vitamins? Morgan would probably enjoy
eating a chewable vitamin rather than the liquid.


On the bottle of the chewables, it will tell you at what age you can start
using them. I think it was around 2-3 yrs old, if I am not mistaken. Then, I
think you start out with a half of a chewable.
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Sue (mom to three girls)


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Old October 16th 05, 07:57 PM
sharonx9
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Default PolyViSol vs Chewable Vitamin

Is there a difference in these two vitamins? Morgan would probably
enjoy
eating a chewable vitamin rather than the liquid.



Poly Vi Sol is not a complete multivitamin supplement either. It only
contains a select few vitamins whereas a chewable will probably have more.
Also, the Poly Vi Sol is N A S T Y!!! My kids never would take them. They
are so gross tasting ( I tasted to see what the big deal was lol). A
chewable might be easier to get her to take.

Sharon
mom to 5



 




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