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The Sunshine Vitamin for Babies

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Product Code: AUCMPS 106
Australia Listing No: 240512

Infant-D is the Sunshine Vitamin for Babies! Infant-D is especially designed to deliver the correct dose of Vitamin D3 per capsule. Unlike many Vitamin D3 drops which utilise droppers, where the correct dose is hard to measure, Infant-D's twist-open capsule technology helps deliver a hygenic, safe and precise dose without any mess and is easy to carry.

Vitamin D deficiency should be considered in babies born to mothers at risk (women who are veiled, dark skinned, or have poor nutrition). Breastfed infants of dark skinned or veiled women (with unknown vitamin D status) should be supplemented with one capsule of Infant-D (400 IU Vitamin D3) per day for the first 12 months of life as there is inadequate vitamin D in breast milk.

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Each capsule contains:  
 Cholecalciferol  10 µg
     Equiv. to Vitamin D3  400 IU
Other ingredients:
Medium chain triglycerides,
Shell consists of Gelatin, Glycerol and Purified water


Effect on Bone
  • Supports healthy bone growth, helps calcium absorption.
Possible Role in Allergy
  • Improving Vitamin D levels in early infancy may reduce the development of allergies in high-risk infants by inhibiting cytokine profiles associated with allergy.

Directions for Use:
Twist and break-open the capsule and squirt the liquid directly into the infant's mouth (discard the capsule shell). Up to 2 capsules daily, or as advised by your healthcare practitioner.

Caution:: Capsule is not to be swallowed.

If symptoms persist, seek advice from your healthcare practitioner.
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Store below 300C, away from direct sunlight.

Keep away from children. Always read the label carefully before use.

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