(Health-NewsWire.Net, February 23, 2015 ) Littleton, CO -- Children's multivitamins have been around for a long time, but parents are becoming more aware of unneccesary ingredients and what they are putting in their children's mouths. Wellness Nutraceuticals has introduced their WellKids Multi + Vitamin D to fit the need for natural high quality ingredients that parents trust. The children's multivitamin has quickly claimed high ratings from happy customers across the board. Amazon.com is the exclusive seller of WellKids Multi + Vitamin D, an advanced formula vitamin and mineral supplement for children ages 2+. The multivitamin is known for containing natural ingredients, and that there is no gluten, gelatin or GMO's used in its formulation. The dietary supplement aids in boosting the immune system and overall health of children.
New reviews from satisfied customers have been flooding in almost every day to applaud the success of their children taking the multivitamins with ease, and that they are loving the taste. Parents are loving the fact that the multivitamins contain high quality essential nutrients, and that there are no fillers in the product.
One customer states in her Amazon review that "My girls love these multivitamins! I love them because they are naturally colored and flavored and because they are a multivitamin plus vitamin D, and they help boost their immune system which is really important especially this time of year." Later in the review, she goes on to compliment on how easy to dissolve the gummies are, stating "They don't have that fake gummy texture . . . my 6 year old daughter said, ‘Mom, these are delicious' ".
Wellness Nutraceuticals has a promotion on right now until February 23rd, available on Amazon.com
About Wellness Nutraceuticals
Wellness Nutraceuticals is a vitamin and supplement company that focuses on high quality, premium ingredients to keep families happy and healthy. All products are produced in an FDA and GMP certified state of the art facility in the USA, and are certified non-GMO.
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