100% Of 11 Essential Vitamins For Baby … And Peace Of Mind For Mom
As your baby transitions to solid food, it’s a whole new ballgame. There’s a big wide world of taste and texture out there. Some foods will have him banging the high chair tray for more, and some of it (probably the mashed peas) will end up thrown against the wall. Cover your baby’s nutritional bases (and give yourself peace of mind) with UpSpring’s Wellbaby Multi Complete Multivitamin Drops, containing 11 essential vitamins.
Why UpSpring’s Wellbaby Multi Complete Multivitamin drops?
- For infants 4 months and older
- 100% of the daily value of 11 essential vitamins
- Includes 400 IU of vitamin D3 as recommended by The American Academy of Pediatricians
- Easy-to-use dropper (even while holding your baby)
- Natural, pleasant tasting citrus flavor
- No artificial colors, flavors, sugar, or lactose
Note: this comes in a Frustration Free packaging bag without a box.
You’ll Love What’s On Our Label
When you compare our label to other baby multivitamins, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. That’s because, unlike many other vitamin formulas, UpSpring’s Wellbaby Multi contains 100% of the daily value of 11 essential vitamins.
How To Use Wellbaby Multi
Measure 1 mL in the easy-to-use dropper. Once per day, give it to your baby orally, or mix with food or liquid. Wash, dry dropper after use.
Sizing info: 2 fl oz (60 mL) for a 60-day supply
Vitamins Are Your Baby’s Support Team
Given how essential vitamins are to good health, it’s hard to believe they were only discovered about 100 years ago. We could easily fill an encyclopedia (remember those?) with vitamin research; we’ve only hit the highlights below. If you’d like to know all the details about what each vitamin does for your baby, keep reading. But if you’re like most of us, with no attention to spare, here’s the short version: all vitamins have multiple benefits, and they all work together.
Vitamin A is needed for vision, healthy skin and mucous membranes, and even contributes to the formation of teeth and bones.
The B vitamins go by two names, a letter designation and a name. (We think this was designed to confuse new mothers who are short on sleep.) The B vitamins work best as a group, even though each one has something distinct to contribute as well.
- B1, or thiamine, helps turn carbs into energy (yeah!) and supports healthy nerve function.
- B2, or riboflavin, also is involved in energy metabolism and in the production of red blood cells.
- B3, or niacin, works with B1 for healthy nerve function and is important for healthy skin.
- B5, or pantothenic acid, is also involved in energy metabolism.
- B6, or pyroxidine, works with B2 to produce healthy red blood cells. It also helps in protein metabolism and brain function.
- B7, or biotin, like its B siblings, is involved in the metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates.
- B12, also called cyanacobalamin, is another B involved in healthy metabolism, red blood cell formation, and nervous system support.
Vitamin C performs hundreds of functions in the body. It is an antioxidant, supports immune health, helps the body absorb iron, supports oral health, promotes wound healing, and is involved in the formation of collagen for healthy skin, bone, tendons, and ligaments.
Vitamin D has been getting all the press lately – and for good reason. Your body makes it when exposed to the sun, but direct sun exposure is not recommended for younger babies. It’s long been known that D is important for the building of healthy bones and teeth, but now we know it does far more than that. Approximately 2000 genes, give or take, are influenced directly or indirectly by vitamin D.* There are vitamin D receptors in almost every tissue and organ in your body. People who have higher levels of vitamin D have better overall health compared to people with lower levels.* Vitamin D is also important for a strong, healthy immune system* .
Vitamin E, like other vitamins, helps make red blood cells. It, too, is an antioxidant.
Only All-Natural, Proven Ingredients
At UpSpring, we’re as particular as you are. That’s why we use only all-natural ingredients in Wellbaby Multi drops, providing 100% of 11 essential vitamins.
Nothing Artificial Allowed
You care enough to give your child the vitamins she needs. So why would you give her artificial additives? Wellbaby Multi contains no artificial colors, preservatives, or flavors. It also contains no sugars or lactose. You can have peace of mind that your baby is getting only the most wholesome supplement possible.
What is the serving size, or dose, for Wellbaby Multi?
How often should I give my baby a dose?
Just once a day.
What vitamins are included?
You get (almost) the whole alphabet. Each serving of Wellbaby Multi contains 100% of the daily value of 11 essential vitamins, including A, the B family, C, and E, plus 400 IU of vitamin D as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics for all breastfed and formula fed infants.
What is the best way to give my baby the Multi drops?
You can place the vitamin drops directly into baby’s mouth (but we suggest you wash and dry the dropper after use). You can also mix the drops with food or liquid.
Do these drops contain any artificial ingredients?
No, ma’am! Wellbaby Multi is made with only natural ingredients, and contains no artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, sugars, or lactose.
What does Wellbaby Multi taste like?
If your baby could talk, he’d tell you it has a natural, pleasant citrus flavor.
Does this need to be refrigerated after opening?
No, because we know that remembering to put things back in the fridge is not always one of a new mom’s strong points. But do your best to close the bottle properly after each use and store it in a cool, dry, place (as in, not in that cabinet above the stove).
Do I need to wash the dropper after use?
To avoid cross contamination, we recommend washing and drying the dropper after use.
Where is this product made?
You’re thinking about every headline you’ve ever read about tainted products from overseas, aren’t you? Fear not, Wellbaby Multi is made in the good ole’ USA.
Does UpSpring make a multivitamin with iron?
Yes, and it’s called UpSpring Baby IRON.