YesNutri  Kids Chewable Vitamin C + Zinc Chewable Tablets


Benefits of vitamin C + zinc: 

  • Help to relieve any symptoms caused by cold and flu  [7-9,11,13]
  • Involve in collagen synthesis which promotes wound healing process [7-10,13]
  • Strong anti-oxidizing power [10]
  • Help formation and restoration of visual pigment [12]
  • Maintain normal functioning of vision [12]
  • Enhance immunity [7-9,11,13]
  • Improve appetite[14] 
  • Maintain health of gastrointestinal and digestive system [13]
  • Improve cognitive ability[15]
  • Promote effective learning ability[16]
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Product Name:

YesNutri  Kids Chewable Vitamin C + Zinc Chewable Tablets

Pack Size:

100 Tablets

Place of Origin:

Vitamins For Life: 248 Wagner Street, Middlesex, NJ 08846, U.S.A.

Recommended Daily Dose/ Direction:

1-3 years: take 1 tablet daily; 4-11 years: take 2 tablets daily; 12 years or above: take 3-4 tablets daily; or as directed by physicians.

Nutrition Information:

YesNutri  Kids Chewable Vitamin C + Zinc Chewable Tablets gives your children a major advantage in providing a strong healthy body and makes your children become more brilliant and clever than others for a bright future. The tablets are of fruity orange favor, provide children with enjoyable experience!

Vitamin C is Essential for Children Immunity

Human body relies on white blood cells for combating bacteria. Performance of white blood cells could determine the power of immunity. When the immune system is weak and white blood cells cannot function properly, pathogens can easily attack and make us sick. Vitamin C is vital for the immune system. While viruses and bacteria are evolving and numerous new diseases are emerging nowadays, further protection for children is required. Studies also show that vitamin C is necessary in reducing duration of cold and flu symptoms.[1]

Apart from strengthening the immune system, vitamin C is an antioxidant with high reducing power. It is necessary for the biosynthesis of collagen and neurotransmitters.[2] Collagen is essential in wound healing, which in other words, supplementation of vitamin C can promote wound healing process. Children like playing around and may get hurt easily. As parents, children grow healthily is always in first priority and supplementation in vitamin C can align with this purpose.

Multifunctional zinc can provide all-round support

Maintain growth and development[3,4]: Children need all-round development in different aspects, including intelligence, language and communication skills. Children’s cognitive development is highly correlated with their learning ability and academic performance. Zinc can help in synthesizing growth hormones, thus proven to be essential in brain and bone growth and development, as well as improving appetite and the health of digestive system.

Support vision[4]: Zinc is a strong antioxidant. It can act as free radical scavengers and to protect eyes, organs that are easily attacked by free radicals. As a result, visual pigments can be restored and formed properly. Moreover, synergistic effect of zinc and vitamin A, the vitamin that support night vision, is another factor of maintaining good vision. Better visual health allows kids to acquire information more effectively and learn better and faster.

Speed up wound healing[5]: Repair damaged skin and maintain skin health. Skin is the frontline of body defense. Zinc can help to secure the skin as physical barrier against bacterial infections. Children can thus enjoy playing without threat of getting hurt or wound.

Enhance body defense[6]: Different from vitamin C, zinc can involve in function of cells contributing to non-specific immunity. Zinc is required to produce functional T-cells and other immune cells. Facilitate the formation of interferon which suppresses proliferation of pathogens. It could reduce the risk of getting sick, including common colds. Therefore, children, who are usually recognised as weak immunity group, can be protected by zinc.

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