Davitamon Vitamin D Aquosum is a water-based dietary supplement for children aged between 0 and 4 years that helps promotes the healthy growth of both teeth and bones. Bones and teeth grow the fastest in babies and toddlers.
Davitamon Vitamin D Aquosum is a water-based dietary supplement for children aged between 0 and 4 years that helps promotes the healthy growth of both teeth and bones. Bones and teeth grow the fastest in babies and toddlers, which is why they in particular need additional vitamin D, for example in the form of Davitamon Vitamin D Aquosum, in order to encourage calcium absorption.
Product Details Davitamon D Aquosum
Babies and children grow at a rapid pace, so it’s wise to provide the development of their bones and teeth with a solid foundation. You can do this by giving your baby or toddler Davitamon D Aquosum, which contains vitamin D to encourage calcium absorption. Normally the human body produces vitamin D from sunlight, or it can be obtained from certain food products such as butter, oily fish, meat and whole milk. However, as many children under 4 years of age receive insufficient quantities of vitamin D via their diet or sunlight, the Nederlands Voedingscentrum (the Dutch Nutrition Centre) advises supplying additional vitamin D, for example by administering Davitamon D Aquosum. They also recommended continuing with Davitamon D Aquosum for children over the age of 4 if they are outside for less than 15 minutes each day or if they have a dark (Asian or African) complexion.
Give 10 drops of Davitamon Vitamin D Aquosum to your child daily, using either a teaspoon or by stirring the food supplement into a cold drink or dish. One drop of Davitamon Vitamin D Aquosum contains 1 microgram of vitamin D3 (40 IE) dissolved in water with a mild aniseed flavour. Always consult your doctor or clinic before giving Davitamon D Aquosum to your child. It is advised not to exceed the maximum recommended daily dose. Once open, store Davitamon D Aquosum in a cool, dry place. Do not refrigerate and keep out of the reach of children.