Health conscious parents usually take great pains to provide their children with a large variety of foods, focusing on healthy, organic choices. The general idea is to make sure children get a good mix of organic proteins and vegetables so that all their nutritional meds are adequately met, while simultaneously doing as much as they can to avoid exposing children to potentially dangerous additives.
Additionally, many parents choose to go the extra mile and give their children a nutritional supplement, which in theory is a good idea. The problem is that younger children will often associate the experience of taking vitamins with previous exposure to bad tasting medicines, and consequently, they might resist and complain.
As a result, there is a class of products in the multi-vitamin market aimed specifically at children. These are usually made to look and taste as much like candy as possible. For example Nature’s Plus Animal Parade children’s vitamins, come in a wide range of animal shapes, and they even make them with a gummy texture to mimic many popular candies on the market.
Products like Nature’s Plus and others can sometimes help parents overcome resistance, and make the job of keeping children healthy somewhat easier. In fact, with the better tasting products, children often actually start to look forward to taking their daily vitamin dose.