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Fussy Eaters & Vitamins For Kids


Both Amelia and Harry have grown up being extremely fussy eaters, no matter how much I tried to get them to try new foods they weren't having any of it Amelia has slowly grown out of it more recently since she's been having school dinners and will now try new foods however Harry is a nightmare and will only eat a handful of foods and doesn't eat any vegetables whatsoever! 

I have recently started giving Amelia vitamins in hope that it will help support her natural growth and development  seeing as she's not getting all of the nutrients she should be getting from food and also when Harry turns three in January he can start taking them too which will reassure me that he is too. We have been trying out the Haliborange vitamins which look very appealing to kids from the packaging to the texture of the vitamins which are similar to sweets and she has been having one of these "softies" a day.  It's great as I can trick her into believing that they are sweets and she's none the wiser! 


To my amazement Amelia actually took to them really well, so much so she started asking for them every day after breakfast before I even had the chance to get them out of the cupboard. I have tried giving Amelia vitamins in the past but she has always been hesitant when taking them as they didn't taste nice or were hard and difficult to swallow. It's always been a struggle to get her to take anything ever since she was little whether it be from a spoon, syringe or in form of a tablet so when I found out these were soft and chewable I was thrilled! 


Haliborange are the UK’s number one children’s supplement brand! Loved and trusted for generations, they are specifically tailored to support a healthy diet and lifestyle according to your child’s individual nutritional needs. Haliborange are so confident that your children will eat them no fuss (and even request them!) that if they don’t, they offer you a money back guarantee. Which definitely puts your mind at ease!


The supplements in the range we were sent offer a selection of great tasting flavours, including; orange, blackcurrant and strawberry. So there is bound to be something to suit each individual child's taste and that your child will love. Amelia's favourite are the strawberry flavour and I must admit I thought they tasted really good too! They come in a variety of styles, from multivitamins to vitamin D which is perfect over the winter months to calcium for strengthening bones.



Vitamins are essential for every childs development – take Omega 3 for example: it helps support brain function, vision and heart yet my kids don't really eat many foods which contain Omega 3 and I'm pretty sure they wouldn't get much from eating fish fingers once a week.


It can be a challenge for parents to get children to eat a healthy and balanced diet which is why giving your child a supplement like these from Haliborange is a great solution. Plenty of foods naturally contain vitamins and minerals which benefit a childs development but it is not always easy to get your little ones to eat all those nutritious foods, so it's great to get more nutrients in your little ones immune system.

Keep an eye out for another post soon with tips on how to encourage your child to explore new foods in a fun way which may be useful if you suffer with fussy eaters like myself.

Visit the Haliborange website to find out more.

* This is a collaborative post with Haliborange. Food supplements do not replace a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Vitamin A: helps support normal vision, Vitamin C: helps support the immune system, Vitamin D: essential for the normal growth and development of bones in children, Vitamin B12: contributes to normal energy release.

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