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Disney Vitamins Work for Our Family!

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We have been buying the Disney line of Vitamins for quite a while.  We have pretty much stuck to the multi-vitamin variety, so when Walmart asked to send us some of the other kinds to try, I was intrigued.  We didn't even know that they offered a Sugar-Free variety, for example.  I was also unaware that they had a Fiber supplement (although this is something that I really never thought my kids needed.)


Growing up, we had one kind of children's multi-vitamin, a chalky, bitter chewable that I remember my parents telling me were pretty expensive.  Now, when you consider that we have 5 kids who take vitamins, these are much more affordable, and they go down easy.  (Note: These vitamins are almost too good.  The multi-vitamins -- shown above -- are like a sugar-coated gummy candy.  They aren't too hard like some vitamins, so even little kids can easily chew them well.  The fiber ones are more of a gummy consistency and will take a bit more chewing.)

One thing that we are sure to do with any medicine -- especially these delicious vitamins -- is to store them way out of the reach of the kids.  We also appreciate that the child-proof caps work better than some.


The Fiber Gummies contain 3 grams of fiber per serving to help supplement a child’s fiber intake.  The multi-vitamins have over 10 essential vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin A for eye health, B Vitamins for energy metabolism, and C&D for immune support. Since these are a gummy, they don't contain iron.  If you are concerned about your kids getting iron, you'll want to supplement with another product.  These contain no artificial colors or flavors and are recommended for kids ages 3-12 (although my doctor has let me take them as an adult with no issues since I love them, too!)

You can find them at Walmart in the vitamin/supplement aisle and at Walmart.com for about $4.74 for a bottle of 60.  (Note: a serving size is 2 vitamins per child per day, so one bottle will last about a month.)

As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I've received compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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