Kid's Chewable Zinc 5 mg (Carlson Labs)


Quantity: 1ct
Size: 84ct
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Kid's Chewable Zinc

Overview 

  • Supports healthy immune system function
  • Provides antioxidant power
  • 5 mg of zinc in single animal-shaped chewable
  • Delicious natural mixed berry flavor
  • Potency and quality guaranteed

Zinc plays an important role in immune cell production. When our children's bodies are actively fighting off intruding germs, it can deplete their zinc levels. It's important we help them get enough zinc to replenish what their body has used, so it can continue working toward optimal health.

Zinc is an essential trace element, meaning our body cannot make it, so we must obtain it through our diet or a supplement. Some of the best food options for zinc are oysters, veal, beef, lamb, shrimp, and lentils. Since our children don't eat enough of these types of foods regularly, a supplement may be a great option.

Kid's Chewable Zinc provides 5 mg of zinc in a single tablet, the recommended daily intake of the National Academy of Sciences for children ages 4 to 8. Kid's Chewable Zinc comes in fun animal-shaped chewables and has a delicious, natural mixed berry flavor that kids love. And like all Carlson products, it's tested by an FDA-registered laboratory for potency and quality.

Supplement Facts

Kid's Chewable Zinc 5 mg (Carlson Labs) Supplement Facts

Dietary Considerations

  • Gluten Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Preservative Free
  • Free of Artificial Colors/Flavors

Suggested Use
Children 4 years of age and older: chew one tablet daily at mealtime. Keep bottle tightly closed and store in a cool, dry place.

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84ct SKU / UPC Barcode: 088395533003

160ct SKU / UPC Barcode: 088395533402

*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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