Kids Organic Multivitamin – What Kids Organic Multivitamins Are Available?

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Organic Kids Multivitamins – What Organic Multivitamins Are Available For Kids?

My daughter is a very picky eater and she is very reluctant to try a variety of foods.  She only likes certain foods and I often worry that she may not get a variety of nutrients she needs.  Luckily, she doesn’t really like junk foods or eats snacks.   However, her eating a rotation of the same kinds of foods each day made me worry a bit.  Although I try to include some fruits, veggies, proteins, carbs and fats in every meal, I wondered if her diet is well-balanced enough.  Getting my daughter to eat vegetables or trying new foods is not easy at all.  I was thinking maybe vitamin supplements may fill the gaps where she is lacking in her diet.  Therefore, I decided to research kids multivitamins.  In this post, I share with you what to look for when you get a kids multivitamin and what kids organic multivitamins are available. 

 

 

Do Kids Need Multivitamins?

So do kids need multivitamins?  According to Rachel Dawkins, M.D., director of the Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Clinic at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, children get all of the nutrients they need from food so typically kids don’t need vitamins.  However, she also mentioned that every kid is different and has different needs, so consult your pediatrician if you are worried.  Mayo Clinic and other experts also say that foods are the best source of nutrients and multivitamins aren’t necessary for most healthy children who are growing normally.  The American Academy of Pediatrics also believes that healthy children receiving a normal, well-balanced diet do not need vitamin supplementation over and above the recommended dietary allowances.  It seems that most experts say most healthy children with a balanced diet don’t need a multivitamin.  The best way for children to get nutrients is from the whole foods they eat.  Children should be encouraged to eat a healthy diet and multivitamins should never be a substitute for real food.  According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, most children, even picky eaters, are getting enough vitamins from the foods they eat.  It seems that most children manage to get nutrients they need for them to grow from foods they eat.  However, there are some exceptions.  Some kids may be extremely picky eaters and are deficient in certain vitamins and minerals.  For example, the child could be very strict and refuse to eat any meats or vegetables.  I knew a mom who says her kid only eats plain rice, plain pasta and plain bread.  Then the child’s diet is high in carbohydrates but very low in protein, fruits and vegetables.  Some kids may need vitamin supplements due to illness or condition with nutritional deficiencies.  If you have concerns about your child’s diet and nutrition, talk to your pediatrician.  Before giving your child multivitamins, discuss with your pediatrician if your child could be deficient in nutrients and how to improve your child’s nutrition.  Then the pediatrician may or may not recommend multivitamins for your child. 

 

 

Can Multivitamins Be Harmful To Children?

Although multivitamins are supposed to improve and maintain our kids’ health, they can be harmful in several ways.  Let’s take a look.

  • Multivitamins for kids are often made in a chewable gummy form to appeal to children.  They look yummy and taste great.  However, because of this reason, some kids can think that a multivitamin gummy is candy.  They could eat it when you’re not watching and can overdose on certain ingredients such as calcium and iron.  Therefore, most children’s chewable vitamins do not contain calcium and iron.  However, there are kid’s multivitamins that contain calcium and iron if you want calcium and iron included in the nutrients offered in the multivitamin.  
  • If your child is taking medication, some vitamin ingredients can interact with medication your child is taking and cause negative side effects. 
  • By taking multivitamins, your child may get vitamins and minerals more than what their body requires daily.  A child gets vitamins and minerals from food she/he eats.  A normal, well-balanced diet should provide enough vitamins and minerals.  You have to also consider many processed or packaged foods have fortified vitamins.  For example, cereals have multiple fortified vitamins and minerals in them.  You don’t want your child to end up with megadoses of vitamins and minerals.  Too much of certain vitamins can be harmful.  For example, large doses of vitamin A, C or D can cause headaches, nausea, rashes or even more serious toxic symptoms according to Dr. Pamela A. Ponce, pediatrician from the Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
  • With multivitamins, it may be easy to think that your child has all the nutrients she/he needs.  However, no supplement can replace a child’s well balanced diet.  Getting vitamins and minerals from real whole foods is always better than getting through supplements.  A child should continue to be encouraged to eat a well-balanced meal with healthy foods and also try a variety of different foods.  Although Multivitamins may help get children nutrients when they are deficient, it is not the solution to a poor diet. 

 

 

What Should We Watch Out In Kids Multivitamins?

Excessive amounts of some vitamins may be harmful for your child.  You have to consider if your child also gets multivitamins from her/his food they eat.  According to the Healthline, when vitamins are consumed naturally through whole foods, they are unlikely to cause harm even when consumed in large amounts.  However, when vitamins are consumed through supplements and consumed in large amounts, that can lead to negative health effects.  I have read through other posts about consuming excessive amount of vitamins, the consensus seems to be that excessive intakes of vitamins are primarily the result of misusing dietary supplements rather than occurring from getting vitamins from eating whole foods.  It may still not be good eating too much of one kind of whole food in excess amounts.  However, it maybe difficult to get too much vitamins purely through eating whole foods.  Many packaged foods these days such as cereals, breakfast waffles, juice, etc. have synthetically-derived vitamins and minerals added to them.  Therefore, even though the amount of vitamins your child gets from multivitamins may be the recommended daily intake, the total daily intake amount may exceed after adding vitamin supplements your child gets from packaged foods with fortified vitamins and minerals.  Let’s take a look how consuming too much vitamins can be harmful.  While overconsumption of some vitamins can be harmful, there are no known negative health outcomes from overconsumption of some vitamins. 

 

Fat Soluble Vitamins

Vitamin A, D, E, K are fat soluble vitamins which means they are stored in body fat.   Fat-soluble vitamins can accumulate in the body and excess amounts can lead to negative health outcomes.  

Vitamin A: When you have too much vitamin A in your body (usually from supplements), that can cause short-term and long-term effects such as changes to vision, bone pain, skin changes, liver damage and increased pressure on your brain. The recommended dietary allowances for vitamin A for children between 4-8 years old is 400 mcg.

Vitamin E: An excessive amount of vitamin E builds up in your body and can cause vitamin E overdose, or vitamin E toxicity.  Children between 4-8 years old should not get more than 300 mg (450 IU) daily. 

Vitamin K: Vitamin K has a low potential for toxicity.  There is no UL (tolerable upper intake levels which is a maximum daily intake level that is unlikely to cause adverse health effects) has been determined for vitamin K.  According to Medical News Today, toxicity is rare and unlikely to result from eating foods containing vitamin K.  However, taking any type of supplement can lead to toxicity.  Also, vitamin K still can interfere with some medications.  Recommended daily intake of vitamin K for children between 4-8 years old is 55 mcg.

Vitamin D: Too much vitamin D can cause vitamin D toxicity but it is rare.  Large doses of vitamin D supplements can cause vitamin D toxicity.  For example for adults, taking 60,000 international units (IU) a day of vitamin D for several months has been shown to cause toxicity. (Recommended daily dietary allowance for vitamin D for an adult is 600IU.)  For children older than 1 year old, recommended daily intake is also 600 IU daily.

 

 

Water Soluble Vitamins

Water soluble vitamins include vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B7 (biotin), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B12 (cobalamin) and vitamin C (ascorbic acid).  They are not stored in the body and excess of water-soluble vitamins is excreted in urine.  There are no problems with overconsumption of many water soluble vitamins.  However, excessive amounts of some water soluble vitamins can also be harmful.  Let’s take a look.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) is generally considered safe, even at high doses.

The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of vitamin B1 for 4-8 year old children is 0.6 mg.

 

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) is generally considered safe, even at high doses. 

The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of vitamin B2 for 4-8 year old children is 0.6 mg.

 

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) is generally considered safe, even at high doses.

The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of vitamin B12 for 4-8 year old children is 1.2 mcg.

 

Biotin

Biotin is generally considered safe, even at high doses.

The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of Biotin for 4-8 year old children is 12 mcg.

 

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)

Too much vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) supplement is generally considered safe, even at high doses. Rarely, overconsumption may cause diarrhea and gastrointestinal distress.

The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of vitamin B5 for 4-8 year old children is 3mg.

 

Vitamin B3 (Niacin, Vitamin B3, Nicotinamide, Nicotinic Acid)

Although our body needs vitamin B3, too much vitamin B3 (Niacin) supplement has risks.  Large doses of vitamin B3 (Niacin) supplements can cause some side effects such as flushed skin, headaches, rashes, diarrhea, and dizziness.  Excessive dosage of vitamin B3 (Niacin) may also cause liver damage.  It can also interact with other medication.  

The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of vitamin B3 for 4-8 year old children is 8 mg.

 

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine, Pyridoxal, Pyridoxamine)

Excess doses of vitamin B6 from supplements have been known to result in nerve damage.  

The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of vitamin B6 for 4-8 year old children is 0.6 mg.

 

Folic Acid (Folate,  Folacin)

Too much folic acid supplement may mask B12 deficiency and interfere with some medications.  Excess doses of folic acid may increase insulin resistance and slow brain development in children.

The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of folic acid for 4-8 year old children is 200 mg.

 

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid, Ascorbate)

Overdose of vitamin C supplement can cause increase the risk of adverse health effects, like kidney stones, diarrhea, nausea.  However, overdose occurs when a child takes a vitamin supplement that greatly exceeds the tolerable upper intake level for their age.  The daily recommended dietary allowances (RDAs) of vitamin C for 4-8 year old children is 650 mg.

 

Iron

Iron deficiency in children can affect a child’s development but too much iron can also be toxic.  Iron supplements can cause constipation, an upset stomach and stool changes.  Large doses of iron can reduce zinc absorption.  Extremely mega doses of iron can lead to iron poisoning which can cause coma, organ failure and death. 

The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) of iron for children between 4–8 years old is 10 milligrams per day.

 

Calcium

Too much calcium can cause constipation and too much calcium supplements may cause kidney stones.  Calcium supplements may interact with other medication.

The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) of calcium for children between 4–8 years old is 1,000 mg per day.

 

 

Synthetic Vitamins VS Natural Vitamins From Whole Foods

Synthetic vitamins are made artificially.  Most multivitamins have nutrients manufactured from laboratories.  The synthetic vitamins are almost chemically identical to those found in food.  However, that doesn’t mean they are recognized and absorbed in your body the same way as vitamins from whole foods are.  Synthetic vitamins are made from chemicals to mimic the natural vitamins from food.  However, synthetic vitamins are not bioavailable as whole food vitamins.  When your body gets vitamins from fruits and vegetables, the benefit of the nutrition comes from combinations of phytochemicals present in whole foods.  When you eat whole foods such as an apple, you don’t just get vitamin C but you also get other vitamins, minerals, co-factors and enzymes from the apple.  According to a study, most of the antioxidant activity of fruits and vegetables may come from the complex mixture of phytochemicals present in whole foods.  Therefore, synthetic vitamins may not be recognizable and absorbable to your body the same way as the natural vitamins do.  Another study indicated that after testing natural and synthetic vitamins in humans, natural vitamin E has roughly twice the availability of synthetic vitamin E.  Synthetic vitamins are not recognizable to your body and get absorbed in the body identically to vitamins you get from whole foods.  Synthetic vitamins can also be derived from GMO sources.  For example, vitamin C is usually extracted from corn.  Corn is one of the leading GMO crops in the US. (80-95% of the entire corn crop in the US is GMO corn.)

 

 

What Are Plant-Based Vitamins/ Whole Food-Based Vitamins?

Synthetic vitamins are made from industrial chemicals.  Plant-based, whole food-based vitamins are sourced from plants such as fruits, vegetables, seeds, flowers, etc.  Whole Food-Based vitamins are natural vitamins extracted from plants or animal-based.  Whole food is dried, concentrated and the nutrients are extracted for plant-based or whole food-based vitamins.  Since these nutrients are sourced from plants rather than synthetic chemicals for plant-based vitamins, they contain a mixture of phytonutrients that are in fruits or vegetables.  Although the phytonutrients can be available in supplement form, the best way to get phytonutrients from eating fruits and vegetables.  According to a study done in Russia, dietary phytonutrient supplementation improved the nutrient status and reduced biomarkers of heart health risk (Hcy and GGT) in a Russian population.  Another study in 2019 concluded that phytonutrient supplementation reduced reactive oxygen species and prevented DNA damage in healthy adults who were habitually low in the consumption of fruits and vegetables.  However, the study suggested additional research is still needed.  Further studies may be needed in plant-based or whole food-based vitamins.

 

 

How Could We Ensure Vitamin Supplement Quality?

According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), they do not have the authority to review dietary supplement products for safety and effectiveness before they are marketed.  Therefore, it is up to manufacturers to ensure the quality, purity and accurate labeling and regulations are followed according to current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMPs). Current Good Manufacturing Practice for dietary supplements (CGMPs) is established by The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for dietary supplement companies to follow.  The regulation applies to manufacturing, packing, labeling, or holding operations for dietary supplements.  By manufacturers complying with regulation, they can reduce contamination and minimize errors such as wrong ingredients, dosage or labeling, etc.  You will see some multivitamin products that list their vitamins as being made in GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) compliant or a certified facility.  However, the FDA does not review the effectiveness of the supplements.  On top of vitamins being made in GMP compliant or certified facility, you can also look for multivitamins that are USDA organic certified (for organic ingredients), GMO-free verified (GMO free ingredients), Vegan verified (vegan ingredients).  That may help you ensure that vitamins do not contain pesticides, GMO sourced ingredients, contaminants,  impurities, animal byproducts or animal sourced ingredients.  Those certifications or verification will also help you ensure that vitamins are accurately labeled.  Some multivitamins may have third party testing done for labeling accurately, checking for harmful levels of contaminants, etc.

 

 

Kids Organic Multivitamins

I would consider the following when choosing organic multivitamins for kids.

  1. Get multivitamins made for children.
  2. I would choose multivitamins that have lower doses than the recommended daily intake amount.  (If you don’t find the multivitamins that have lower doses than recommended daily intake amounts, you can check to see if you can give half of the gummy or vitamin.)
  3. Choose certified organic multivitamins. (USDA certified organic is preferred.)
  4. Choose Non -GMO project verified multivitamins.
  5. Choose natural, plant-based, whole food-based multivitamins.
  6. Choose multivitamins that do not contain artificial flavors, artificial preservatives, artificial colors, artificial sweeteners such as sucrose, high amount of sugar or corn syrup, gelatin, common allergens such as soy, gluten, yeast, dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, milk, eggs, fish, shellfish.
  7. Choose multivitamins that are made in CGMPs-compliant or certified facility.

 

*These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

 

Garden of Life mykind Organics Kids Gummy Vitamins – Kids Organic Multivitamin

Organic: USDA certified organic

9 organic whole fruits in every bottle

GMO Free: Yes, Non-GMO verified

Vegan: Yes, certified vegan

Kosher: Yes

Natural Vitamins: Yes, there are 9 organic whole fruits in every bottle and there are no synthetic vitamins.

Free of: Nut Free, synthetic ingredients, gluten, artificial flavors or colors, no “candy” ingredients, no pig gelatin, and no corn starch for gummies (gummies made with pectin)

Vitamins Included: 9 organic whole fruits in every bottle, Vitamin A, C, D (as D3), E, K, Thiamin (Vitamin B1), Rivoflavin (Vitamin B2), Niacin (Vitamin B3), Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Folate, Biotin (Vitamin B7), Zinc, Selenium, Manganese, Chromium, Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)

Include Iron: No

Age: Children 4 years and older

Vitamin Form: Chewable gummies

Dosage: 4 gummies daily with food under adult supervision

Flavor: Berries

Made In: Germany

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Garden of Life Vegetarian Multivitamin Supplement For Kids – Kids Organic Multivitamin

Organic: USDA organic certified (made with 85% organic ingredients)

GMO Free: Yes, Non-GMO verified

Vegan: Yes, vegan certified

Kosher: Yes

Natural Vitamins: Yes, vitamins and minerals from 24 family-farmed whole food fruits and vegetables

Free of: Artificial flavors, artificial colors, artificial additives, sweeteners, gluten free, dairy free, binders, fillers

Vitamins Included: Vitamin A, C, D, E, K, Thiamin (Vitamin B1), Rivoflavin (Vitamin B2), Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Folate, Biotin, Zinc, Selenium, Manganese, Chromium, Pantothenic Acid, Iodine, Organic fruits and vegetable blend, Probiotic blend (Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (1 Billion CFU)²

Include Iron: No

Age: Children 4 years and older 

Vitamin Form: Not gummy, chewable tablets

Dosage: 2 bears daily under adult supervision

Flavor: Cherry Berry flavor

Made In: USA

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NATURELO Whole Food Vitamin Gummies for Kids – Kids Organic Multivitamin

Organic: This multivitamin includes extracts from 100% organic beets, carrots, blueberry, broccoli, kale, pomegranate, raspberry, and spinach.

GMO Free: Yes, Non-GMO

Vegan: Yes

Natural Vitamins: Yes, All 37 ingredients are sourced from organic vegetables and fruits – Vitamin C from Acerola Cherries, Vitamin D from Lichen, Vitamin E from Rice Bran, Calcium from Algae, etc. 

Free of: any contaminants (third party-tested), gluten, added sugar, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (they use use only natural, whole food sweeteners, such as Stevia Leaf extract and Monk Fruit.), common allergens such as soy, gluten, yeast, dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, milk, eggs, fish, shellfish

Vitamins Included: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, Folate, Biotin, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum, Potassium, Lutein, Lycopene, Zeaxanthin.

Include Iron: No

Age: 2 years old and older

Vitamin Form: Chewable gummies

Dosage: Ages 2-3, take one (1) gummy daily. Ages 4-8, take two (2) gummies daily. Age 9 and up, take three (3) gummies daily.

Flavor: Raspberry flavor

Made In: USA (following strict GMP protocols)

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NATURELO Chewable Multivitamin for Children – Kids Organic Multivitamin

Organic: This multivitamin includes real organic fruits and vegetables like beets, carrots, blueberry, kale, broccoli, raspberry, and spinach.

GMO Free: Yes, Non-GMO

Vegan: Yes

Natural Vitamins: Yes, This is made with natural, plant-based vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin D3 from Lichen, Vitamin E from Organic Rice Bran, Calcium from Marine Algae, Choline from Sunflower Lecithin, and Iodine from Kelp.

Free of: any contaminants (third party-tested), gluten, added sugar, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (they use use only natural, whole food sweeteners, such as Stevia Leaf extract and Monk Fruit.), common allergens such as soy, gluten, yeast, dairy, or peanuts, animal-derived ingredients, milk, eggs, corn, artificial flavors

Vitamins Included: 25 essential vitamins and minerals plus whole fruits and vegetables (Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Vitamin K2, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Choline, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum, Potassium; Organic Fruit & Vegetable Blend

Include Iron: No

Age: 4 years old and older

Vitamin Form: Chewable tablet

Dosage: Ages 4-8, take one (1) tablet daily with breakfast. Age 9 and up, take two (2) tablets daily; one with breakfast and one with dinner.

Flavor: Rasberry flavor

Made In: USA (following strict GMP protocols)

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Smarty Pants Daily Organic Gummy Kids Multivitamin – Kids Organic Multivitamin

Organic: Yes, USDA certified organic

GMO Free: Yes, Non-GMO verified

Vegan: No, but they are certified vegetarian through the American Vegetarian Association. (While no animal is used, vitamin D3 is sourced from wool shorn from sheep.)

Kosher: No

Natural Vitamins: While this multivitamin is certified organic, certified vegetarian and include many organic nutrients, not all ingredients are natural.

Free of: Soy, synthetic colors, artificial flavors, preservatives, yeast, wheat, milk, eggs, gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, allergens, fish, shellfish, gelatin and salicylates

Vitamins Included: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D-3, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxal 5-phosphate), Folate,  B12, Vitamin K-2,  folate, biotin USP, Pantothenic acid, Choline, Iodine, and Zinc, Riboflavin USP (Vitamin B-2), Thiamin (Vitamin B-1), Organic Flax Seed Oil, Omega-3 (a-Linolenic Acid), Omega-9 (Oleic Acid), Probiotics

Include Iron: No

Age: For 4 years old and older

Vitamin Form: Gummies

Dosage: 4 gummies daily

Flavor: Mixed Berry, orange creme, cherry

Made In: Manufactured in a GMP-Compliant facility in Canada and packaged in California, USA

Organic flaxseed oil is a vegetarian source of Omega-3 α-Linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid.

D3 is the premium form of Vitamin D and the body’s preferred form.

They use methylcobalamin, a premium form of B12 that’s easily used by the body.

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Final Thoughts

The best way to get vitamins are from eating whole foods.  Vitamin supplements are no replacement for a healthy, balanced diet.  On the other hand, some children who are extremely picky eaters, who have an illnesses or condition, children who are at risk of nutritional deficiencies, may benefit from vitamin supplements.  If you feel your child may benefit from a multivitamin, consult with your child’s pediatrician.  Overconsumption of some vitamins can be harmful.  Your child may also get vitamin supplements from other sources such as processed, packaged foods throughout the day.  Therefore, getting vitamin supplements that have less than 100% of the daily recommended intake amount may be an idea.  If the multivitamin of your choice has higher percentages that you are not okay with, you can also consider giving half of a gummy or tablet.  You can discuss with your pediatrician what may be best for your child.  Quality, purity and accurate labeling of vitamins are also an important thing to consider.  Choose USDA certified organic, GMO-Project Verified, CGMPs compliant to ensure the quality, purity and accurate labeling, also Vegan-verified if you want no animal-derived vitamins.  I would also choose whole food-based or plant-based vitamins over synthetic ones.  I have learned many things about multivitamin supplements through this research.  I hope this post is helpful to you if you are thinking about giving multivitamins to your child. 

 

 

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