Review | Natures Aid Vitamin D3 Drops

Vitamin D3 Drops

According to my GP, one of the vitamins that kids in the UK lack the most is vitamin D. No surprise there seeing as vitamin D is obtained through exposure to sunlight and here in the UK we hardly get any. Though you can also obtain the needed level of vitamin D through other things like oily fish, eggs and and fortified fat spread this isn’t always easy. Earlier in the year, my daughter was diagnosed with a vitamin D deficiently and was prescribed supplements which she had to take for six months. Since it ran out, I have been worried about her level of vitamin D and was happy to hear about Natures Aid vitamin D3 drops.Vitamin D3 Drops (Carton) 131910-1

With no added sugar, artificial colours or flavouring, Natures Aid Vitamin D3 drop was designed for babies and children.

How To Use: 

For Infants and children aged 1 month to 5 years old: Take 0.5ml daily 1-2 times daily. Place drops onto mothers nipple or a pacifier and allow baby to suck for 30 seconds or mix with formula, juice or food.

Not suitable for infants consuming 500ml or more of formula milk a day and infants under 1 month of age unless under medical supervision.

Vitamin D supplementThe Vitamin D3 drops is really easy to use. It comes with a tube dropper which make measuring the right amount easy. My daughter is not keen on the taste so I mix with with juice or put it in her cereal.

For more information on the supplement, please visit Natures Aid

I was sent this 50ml bottle of Natures Aid Vitamin D3 drops for the purpose of the review. Read my disclaimer here.

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    Bio-Kult Infantis
    January 23, 2015 at 5:22 pm

    […] people are having to be prescribed more Vitamin D. Aside from the vitamin d3 drops we reviewed here and the odd yoghurt that contains vitamin D, I couldn’t actually find a multivitamin product […]

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