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MicrosFor Toddlers is a daily multivitamin solution tailored to meet the unique needs of toddlers aged 1-5. Packed with a comprehensive array of essential vitamins, minerals, and a specially formulated phytonutrient blend, this daily multivitamin is designed to be a tool in supporting the healthy growth and development of your child.

Key Features:

  1. Nutrient-Rich Formula: MicrosFor Toddlers contains a balanced combination of vital nutrients, ensuring that your child receives the building blocks necessary for their overall well-being. These nutrients are carefully selected to address common deficiencies often found in the diets of picky eaters, providing an extra layer of nutritional assurance.
  2. Powder-Based Convenience: Our product is presented in a convenient powder form, which can be easily integrated into your child’s daily routine. This powdered multivitamin dissolves seamlessly in water, creating a delightful and easily consumable beverage for your toddler.

How to Use:

  1. Open Packet
  2. Pour into 8-10 oz. of Water
  3. Shake Well with Ice to Blend OR Stir with Frothing Mixer
  4. Serve and Enjoy

With MicrosFor Toddlers, you’re giving your child the nutritional support they need in a manner that’s not only effective but also easy and enjoyable. It’s the ideal choice for parents looking to ensure that their little ones get the best start in life through proper nourishment.

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Vitamin B1

In toddlers, thiamine, or vitamin B1, contributes to a toddlers gross and fine motor development. A diet with a sufficient amount of Vitamin B1 will increase a toddlers ability to convert food into energy, enzymes are activated by thiamine to metabolize food and convert carbohydrates into energy. Thiamine also increases the flow of electrolytes into muscle and nerve cells.

Vitamin B5

Pantothenic Acid plays a major role in brain function. Pantothenic Acid synthesizes coenzyme-a (CoA) which produces cell replication within the body. Pantothenic acid increases the effectiveness of Vitamin B6. It also helps to regulate the autonomic nervous system. Vitamin B9: Folic Acid aids the production of DNA and RNA which are essential for child's growth and development. Folic acid helps to regulate the nervous system as well as promotes the growth of cells.

Vitamin C

Ascorbic Acid aids in the synthesizing of collagen. Vitamin C is noted for its immune system strengthening abilities. Vitamin C also plays a role in maintaining strong and healthy bones and teeth.


Calcium is known for its ability to promote strong bones and teeth, but it also aids in heart, muscle and nerve function.


Copper plays a role in energy metabolism, as well as aids in forming ATP for energy. Copper increases strength in collagen.

Vitamin B2

Riboflavin has antioxidant properties, meaning it can reduce symptoms caused by oxidative stress, thereby reducing inflammation of the nerves. These antioxidants act to reduce free radical damage to DNA, proteins and lipids. Flavin-adenine-dinucleotide (FAD) is derived from Riboflavin to convert oxidized glutathione to glutathione. Glutathione plays a role in a healthy immune system as well as building and repairing tissues in the body. along with other B Vitamins, converts carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy.

Vitamin A

Palmitate promotes collagen production in the body, which helps maintain a child's healthy skin, joints and muscles. It is widely known for its ability to promote healthy eyesight. Vitamin A is also aids in strengthening the immune system.

Vitamin E

Is known for its antioxidant qualities. It also promotes arterial health. Vitamin E works to protect cells and tissues from damage caused by free radicals due to its antioxidant effects.


Magnesium increases absorption of other essential nutrients such as iron, zinc, vitamin D and potassium. Magnesium promotes better sleep in children by boosting serotonin. Magnesium is also a natural muscle relaxant which can benefit children who are experiencing growing pains. It also has anti-inflammatory properties which aid in soothing these aches and pains. Magnesium has a calming effect on the nervous system and some studies show a decrease in symptoms associated with ADHD.

Vitamin B3

Niacin plays a role in managing cholesterol by increasing HDL cholesterol and lowering LDL cholesterol. Niacin also protects the skin from sun damage. Niacin is the precursor of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) which aids in metabolizing fats, proteins and carbohydrates, as well as signaling cells for cell repair. Niacin stimulates the production of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin, all involved in the processes of brain function such as memory recall, mood, learning and cognition through promoting neuroplasticity. Niacin also dilates blood vessels to reduce blood pressure.

Vitamin D3

Cholecalciferol increases the absorption of calcium, phosphate and magnesium which aid in promoting bone density- or healthy and strong bones. Vitamin D reduces inflammation as well as reduces the growth of cancer cells. Vitamin D deficiencies have been linked to those struggling with depression.

Vitamin K1

Aids in promoting healthy blood clotting, which can stop bleeding at a faster rate. Vitamin K aids in bone and kidney health.


Zinc plays a role in keeping the immune system strong and healthy, which is why many individuals supplement with zinc when they are ill. Zinc has been associated with healthy height and weight in children. Zinc also aids in tissue repair. Zinc helps to metabolize nutrients.


Iodine plays an important role in thyroid functioning through regulating the thyroids hormones.

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