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    My kids both have the same multivitamin. DD2 only has one every second day as the reccomended age for them is 2. i found it pointless buying liquid multivitamin (pentavite) as they would just vomit the whole lot up its so disgusting i don't blame them.

    she eats the tablet with no worries and actually likes it. we've used swisse and blackmores i think

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    DS has the natures own multi plus veggies as he is so fussy.

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    I use pentavite but DS loves it. I stopped when he was 12 months but started again when he couldn't shake a cold and wasn't eating much.

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    I gave Incremen to mine at about 2 or 3. It increases appetite as well as giving them iron.

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    Have you tried pureeing vegies and putting them in spag bol etc, or making fresh juices? Read miltivitamin labels really well, they are loaded with sugar and remember they are artificial. Spinach & ricotta pasta works well with my dd. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Have you tried pureeing vegies and putting them in spag bol etc, or making fresh juices? Read miltivitamin labels really well, they are loaded with sugar and remember they are artificial. Spinach & ricotta pasta works well with my dd. Good luck.

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    yep she wont eat it. She used to eat my ricotta and pumpkin lasagna. Not anymore.....

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    I get all our vitamins from my naturopath, would she try raw veggies like capsicum strips or carrot or cucumber dipped in tzatiki or corn on the cob ?

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    Nope lol

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    What about a fruit smoothie with spinach thrown it?

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    Ill give it a whirl.....such a fussy britches lol. Thanks.

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