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Still experts disagree much on this subject of children’s vitamins. The AAP advises giving your child a vitamin supplement only if your pediatrician recommends it. That is because most of the daily foods are fortified. However, the AAP acknowledges that a daily dose of children’s vitamins won’t hurt your child unless it exceeds the recommended daily allowance for any vitamin or mineral. Also, such a daily dose of children’s vitamins help fill in any gaps in a child’s nutrition, and also helps children who are sensitive to certain foods. What is to be borne in mind here is that children’s vitamins cannot replace good food. They can only supplement your child’s food. If your child is not eating well, you should not only give him children’s vitamin supplements but also take steps to improve his eating habits and his diet.
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