This has very similar (if not identical) ingredients and amounts to the more easily found Rainbow Light Prenatal One. Its big advantage is its coating. It smells and tastes faintly of vanilla, not sour like Rainbow Light. It doesn't make me gag when I'm pregnant. Unfortunately it is significantly more expensive than the Rainbow Light, so I only take this one when I'm pregnant, and I switch back to the Rainbow Light when I'm breastfeeding.
Pros: -Nice soft pectin gummy bears. Easy to chew up. -My daughter likes them. They taste good. -1000 IUs vitamin D per gummy, which is the dosage I was looking for. Cons: -Not the cheapest vitamin D gummies on the market (nor the most expensive, but 5x more expensive than the cheapest I have found). -Not available locally. Thank goodness for iherb.
Pros: -Rainbow Light is a brand I trust. -The gummies are shelf-stable. -My daughter likes them. They taste good. -It is easier for me to give her a gummy than to mix a powder into food or drink and coax her to finish it. Cons: -The gummies are EXTREMELY chewy and so the label's "age 4 and up" guideline is no joke.
We've tried three other xylitol toothpastes but this is the clear favorite. It is cheap, it doesn't taste like soap, and it doesn't have anything weird in it. I'm sorry I can't get it locally but I'm glad I can get it from iherb.
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