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Rainbow Light’s Power Sours® Multivitamin Gummies deliver essential nutrition and provide potent-immune support for children ages 4+. Specially formulated with clinically research key nutrients, plus an extraboost of vitamin C, these gummies support optimal growth & development.
Power Sours Multivitamin Gummies promote healthy bones, brain, and eyes, plus balanced energy. These naturally fruit-flavored gummies are additive and preservative free and available in four delicious flavors: strawberry, pineapple, raspberry, and lemon. Rainbow Light’s Power Sours retail for $17.99.
My kiddos prefer gummy vitamins over tablets and they were over-the-moon excited to try out Rainbow Light Power Sours and Bear Essentials. They have enjoyed both varieties, though they seem to request the Power Sours more often than the Bear Essentials. They like that these vitamins come in small packs with several gummies in each and they like most of the fruity flavors.
The price tag seems a bit high to me, but if you're looking for a great supplement that is naturally flavored and covers a lot of ground in the full-of-good-stuff arena, Rainbow Light gummies are a great option. Each box contains 30 packs, which depending on how many kiddos you have, can be up to a month's supply. With 2 kiddos, each carton will last just over 2 weeks. Not sure I'd want to pay over $35 in gummy vitamins every month, but if we just use them on days that we know the kiddos diet isn't well-balanced, these gummies will last a lot longer:)
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