Liquid Calcium with Magnesium
As your child grows and develops, Calcium is the most abundant mineral found in their body, with 99% of the total calcium being found in the bones and teeth. For optimum absorption and utilization, studies suggest Calcium should be combined with Magnesium, Vitamin D3 and Zinc. These nutrients help support and establish the very foundation for your child’s structural growth and integrity.*
ChildLife® Liquid Calcium with Magnesium provides these two essential minerals, in citrate form, combined with Vitamin D3 and Zinc Citrate for a balanced, absorbable, bio-available, great tasting formula. These are the primary nutrients required for supporting your child’s healthy bone growth and development.*
ChildLife® uses only the highest quality ingredients.
This formula is gluten free, casein free, alcohol free. Contains no milk, eggs, wheat, yeast, or corn. No artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners.
For infants 6 months–1 yr: 1 teaspoon daily
For children 1–3 yrs: 2 teaspoons daily
For children 4 –8 yrs: 1 tablespoon daily
For children 9–12 yrs: 2 tablespoons daily
• Shake well before use.
• Keep in a cool dry place.
• Give directly or mix with your child’s favorite drink.
Filtered Water, Fructose, Citric Acid, Natural Orange Flavor, Potassium Sorbate, and Xanthan Gum.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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