Time to Get Strong Like Anna and Elsa With The Help of These Kids Supplements!
Frozen is one of the highest grossing films of all times and it comes as no surprise to know that it has found a huge fan following among kids over the years. Perhaps that’s why your kid’s favourite princesses and characters from the movie feature in Wellbeing Nutrition’s Disney Frozen Melts range of products, designed to effortlessly provide your children with all the essential nutrients. Now wouldn’t you want your kids to grow into powerful and strong characters such as Elsa and Anna? But what are Disney Frozen Melts all about? How effective are they? Do kids really need supplements for their overall health and wellbeing or is having a well-balanced diet enough? Let’s find out.
What Are Disney Frozen Melts?
Disney Frozen Melts are quick dissolving oral thin strips that instantly ‘melt’ when they come in contact with your tongue. These strips transform the vital plant-based extracts into nano particles that immediately hit the bloodstream, making it more potent, bioavailable, and absorbable than the traditional forms of supplements like capsules, tablets, and pills. Consuming these supplements is hassle-free with no pertinent dangers of getting the supplement stuck in the throat, making it safe for kids.
These have been thoughtfully formulated using patented German Technology to create the Unison Effect® - a sophisticated sublingual delivery system that makes these strips 95% more bioavailable than traditional capsules, pills, or gummies. Sublingual refers to the pharmacological route of supplements/drug administration by which substances get easily dissolved in the bloodstream through the tissues placed under the tongue rather than the traditional pills taken orally, which go first to the liver for metabolism and then to the bloodstream. This range is specially formulated for kids, keeping their nutritional requirements in mind and is certified USDA organic, making it 100% safe for their consumption.
Do Kids Need Supplements Or Is A Balanced Diet Sufficient To Meet Their Nutritional Requirements?
To supplement or not to supplement is always the question every parent has to ponder over when it comes to their children’s nutritional requirements. Vitamins and minerals are important for healthy growth and development in children. Ideally it’s always best to give children their daily dose of nutrition through a balanced diet. Children who eat a well-balanced diet, do not need a multivitamin or mineral supplement. However, no matter how hard one tries, it’s not always possible to give their children all the nutrients they need from their diet alone. This is also because kids love to binge on chocolates and junk food like burgers and pizzas over a healthy diet of vegetables and fruits. That is why, as parents you’ll need to keep organic supplements like melts® handy. It helps plug in deficiencies among kids without leaving behind any bitter or medicinal aftertaste like the traditional capsules and tablets.
So What Are The Different Variants In The Disney Frozen Melts Range For Kids?
Here are the different variants under Disney Frozen Melts, which you can choose from for your kids depending on their nutritional requirements.
Disney Frozen Multivitamins Melts
Disney Frozen Melts into Multivitamins features your favourite princesses, Elsa and Anna. This particular variant will work wonders on your kid’s immunity as it contains vitamins ABCD and other crucial nutrients like iron and zinc, among other essential vitamins and minerals. These strips will help boost metabolism, enhance immunity and cognitive functions, improve memory and your child’s overall growth and development. These strips come in a tropical berry flavour. It’s the best multivitamin for kids.
Disney Frozen Melts into Natural B12 + D3
Disney Frozen Melts into Natural B12 + D3 features Princess Elsa. This supplement comes with Vitamin D3 and B12 extracted from natural sources and consists of essential nutrients like organic vitamin B12, D3+K2 and folate. It comes in a delicious exotic mango flavour. Having these supplements regularly will ensure your kids have an improved heart health and muscle strength, enhanced cognitive abilities, bolstered energy, relief from tiredness and fatigue, better neural function and immune function.
Disney Frozen Melts Omega
Disney Frozen Melts Omega features Princess Anna. If you want your little princesses to garner and embody the strength to fight ice giants and outwit the troll like Princess Anna did in Frozen, then this supplement is the right one for you. These strips contain natural EPA & DHA (Omega 3) derived from wild strain micro-algae, natural alpha GPC, lutein and vitamin E to keep your kids strong and smart always. When your kids regularly consume this supplement, they will be able to improve their memory and retention potential, enhance their mood and cognitive abilities, reduce strain on their eyes owing to prolonged exposure to the screens, better bone and muscle strength, and the like. And what’s even more wonderful is that they come in delicious strawberry mint flavour.
Disney Frozen Melts Active Probiotics
Children can be introduced to probiotics at an early age, as they do not have any adverse effects on their health. This is particularly true when it comes to supplements made of 100% organic ingredients such as the Disney Frozen Melts Active Probiotics featuring Olaf . These strips contain 7 Billion (CFU) of good gut bacteria, prebiotic fibre, and some essential vitamins. These strips help build up one’s appetite, support immune function, boost metabolism, improve digestive health, reduce inflammation and oxidative stress and promote a healthy gut. These strips also come in a delicious and tart, sweet cherry flavour.
So now that you have had a run through of all the four variants of the Disney Frozen Melts range for kids, you can be rest assured that you now have the best range of supplements handy to enable your darling princesses to take care of their health and overall wellbeing. If you haven’t bought them, what are you waiting for? Get your kids the Disney Frozen Melts today!
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