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Celiac.com 04/24/2019 - We now live in a society where much of our population, including our children, are overfed but undernourished. Dietary supplements can play an important role in closing the nutritional gap. For a child’s body to develop normally, essential nutrients need to be consumed each and every day. Children need vitamins and minerals for their normal growth and for the nourishment of their organs and bones. This can be quite a task, especially since many young children are picky about the foods they eat. A good way to be sure children get the nutrients required to produce a healthy body and brain is to give them a daily multivitamin and mineral. Multivitamin supplements in the form of liquids or drops, are often the best option for children who are sometimes unable to swallow a tablet. And there are other advantages: Liquid supplements allow a multivitamin/mineral to be mixed with food or a child’s favorite beverage and make it easier to take, regardless of the child’s age Often liquids contain higher doses of active ingredients and lower levels of sugar Liquid formulas allow for greater bioavailability and absorption of the nutrients Unfortunately, most multi liquid formulas include only the vitamins, not the minerals, needed for healthy development at a young age. But you can count on ChildLife Liquid Multi Vitamin and Mineral to supply all the primary minerals as well. In addition, ChildlLife Multivitamin & Mineral contains Calcium, Iodine, Magnesium, Selenium, Manganese, Potassium, Chromium & Potassium as well as Choline and Inositol for healthy brain neurotransmitter support. And like all our products, ChildLife Multivitamin & Mineral is gluten free, casein free, alcohol free with no artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners. It is a complete multi formula you can be comfortable and confident giving your child. For more info visit: Visit Our Site.
I'm about to start my two day prep for a colonoscopy and enoscopy. I read that red food dye should be avoided because it looks like inflation when in your intestines, but green and yellow (lime or lemon jello) is okay? Does anyone have suggestions on food? I currently have power-aid, jello, broth, apple juice, and Popsicles. It looks very sad for two whole days worth of food. Also, can I take my medications during this 2 day prep? adderall - ADD medication dicyclomine - For stomach pain, anti-spasm i think Narco - from ER for severe pain Xanax - sleep/anxiety It's really hard to get a hold of anyone at my GI office, so any information on the procedures would be welcomed. I was originally scheduled for 3 weeks from now, but got moved up thanks to my ER visit. I don't want to do anything to mess up my prep and have to do it again.
Wellesse’s Digestive 3-In-1 Health liquid dietary supplement provides prebiotics and soluble fiber, (which are both key to maintaining healthy gut microbiotia) as well as aloe vera to balance stomach acidity. These are all important supplements for maintaining a healthy digestive system and Wellesse brings them all together in a form that the body can easily absorb. Taken with juice, the supplement is very easy to fit into your morning routine (perhaps easier than pills, for those who have trouble swallowing them). After a week or two, I was noticing more digestive regularity, I was feeling full from meals quicker and I had dramatically reduced acid reflux. Overall, my digestive system feels… well, healthier. Wellesse’s Digestive 3-in-1 Health Liquid Dietary Supplement makes a great digestive health ‘cocktail’. Just be sure to take some kind of probiotic supplement as well. Visit their site for more info: www.wellesse.com. Note: Articles that appear in the "Gluten-Free Food Reviews" section of this site are paid advertisements. For more information about this see our Advertising Page.