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Kiddie Calcium

90 Chewables

Quick Overview

SISU Kiddie’s Cal is a calcium supplement designed with your children in mind. The high potency formula of Calcium Citrate, Calcium Carbonate, and Vitamin D3 provide your young son or daughter what their body needs to grow healthy bones and teeth.
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Why is Calcium Important for Children?

Children have unique nutritional needs due to their rapidly growing bodies. The proper amounts of calcium is crucial during growing years as it contributes to peak bone mass. Research has proved that maintaining peak bone mass is essential to combating diseases later in life, such as osteoporosis. A daily calcium supplement will help your child reach their full health potential.

Why Do Children Like SISU Kiddie Cal?

Kiddie Cal comes in fun, chewable star-shaped happy-face tablets. Flavoured with natural cherry fizz flavour. Kiddie Cal tastes great, your kids will eat it like candy.
Each chewable tablet contains:

Calcium|250 mg
(calcium carbonate & calcium citrate)

Vitamin D (cholecalciferol)|5 mcg
equivalent to 200 IU of vitamin D3 activity

Non-medicinal ingredients: citric acid, fructose, dextrose, cherry juice concentrate, natural cherry flavour, natural prosweet, stevia extract, stearic acid (vegetable), magnesium stearate (vegetable).

Contains no dairy, wheat, gluten,peanuts, artificial flavours, artificial sweeteners, artificial colours or preservatives.
Dosage: Children 4 years and over:

2 – 3 tablets daily or as directed by a health care practitioner.
Johnston Jr, C. Conrad, et al. "Calcium supplementation and increases in bone mineral density in children." New England journal of medicine 327.2 (1992): 82-87.

Chan, Gary M. "Dietary calcium and bone mineral status of children and adolescents." Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 145.6 (1991): 631.

Chan, Gary M. "Dietary Calcium and Bone Mineral Status of Children and Adolescents." American Journal of Diseases of Children 145.6 (1991): 631-634.

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