A simple and convenient way to serve vitamin and mineral to children who dislike syrups. Now you can fortify your children’s food at home by adding Nutrigen Vitamixin Sprinkles onto the foods they love. You no longer need to be anxious that they will lack the vitamin and mineral they need when eating their favorite foods. Just pour, mix and serve.
Tear open top of the sachet. Pour the entire contents of the sachet into any semi-solid food after it has been cooked and is at a temperature acceptable to eat. Mix Nutrigen Vitamixin Sprinkles sachet with an amount of food that the child can consume at a single meal. Mix the food well after you have added sachet. Give no more than one sachet per day. Do not share or divide the food to which Nutrigen Vitamixin Sprinkles sachet were added since the amount of vitamins and minerals in a single sachet is just the right amount for one child. The food mixed with Nutrigen Vitamixin Sprinkles sachet should be eaten within 30 minutes, because the vitamins and minerals in the sprinkles will cause the food to noticeably darken.
Now, you can fortify your children’s food at home by adding Nutrigen Vitamixin Sprinkles onto the foods they love. You no longer need to be anxious that they will lack the vitamins and mineral they need when eating their favorite foods. Multi micronutrient deficiencies may affect and cause problems with many of the body systems; including skeletal, skin, eye, neurological, blood and intestinal. Nutrigen Vitamixin Sprinkles sachet which enables to fortify many different home made semi-solid foods, is a multi micronutrients formulation that will help you to serve vitamin and mineral rich to your children every day. Once sachet per day. All vitamins and minerals in a sachet of Nutrigen Vitamixin Sprinkles are the daily dosage recommended by World Health Organization for children 6-24 months of age.
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