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    Anyone use the vitamin replacement liquid to help there fussy toddlers. There are a few on the market anyone found a great one?
    Bec


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    I use toddler milk, one reason because she still gets diarhoea if she has milk but also because of the added vitamens & minerals. I also use a Childvite Child care tablet for winter when all the colds & flus get passed around to help boost Matilda's immune system if she's not eating well.

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    I have been wondering about this for Kaitlyn as well ...she has been picking up everything at daycare ! Would like to see what everyone says.

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    I still use pentavite liquid for DD who's 8. Not sure what age it starts but I've been using it for years. It has vitamins, minerals and iron. She loves it and its' the best I've come across.
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    The paediatrician recommended pentavite for DS when he was a fussy eater (he was about 14months I think). As well as providing supplements, it can also stimulate appetitie. Apparently it worked for DS, within a week he was eating better and now eats really well.

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    Our paed recommended Incremin - it's got vitamins plus meant to stimulate appetite too. Lucie wasn't too keen on it though, although I was thinking of giving it another try (might try the Pentavite too)

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    Theresa - What age can they take the vitaminis?

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    Aidyn has one serve (200ml) of toddler formula per day, as well as 1/4 teaspoon of Inliven (mixed with diluted juice).

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    oh In-Liven for the whole family, what a great idea.

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    I use pentavite for my autistic daughter who has a very limited diet.

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