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Kids Ddrops

Kids Ddrops® is a liquid vitamin D designed specifically for children 1 years and older. Only 1 drop is required to provide the full daily dose,
making it a convenient and easy way to give the Vitamin D that your child requires.

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A recent study has been an eye-opener for many parents. It demonstrated that 9% of children and adolescents were Vitamin D deficient and 61% were Vitamin D insufficient. This means that 70% of children and adolescents are not getting enough Vitamin D. This is disturbing for both parents and the medical profession. Various medical associations have made recommendations on how much Vitamin D children should be taking on a daily basis.

Kids Ddrops® 400IU is a simple, safe, and fun way for toddlers and children to receive the recommended amount (400IU) of vitamin D. Just one purified drop of Kids Ddrops® contains 400 IU of vitamin D₃, without any other chemicals, or additives. It is tasteless and can be licked off a clean surface (i.e. a spoon) or dropped onto food. Kids Ddrops® 400IU responds to the need to help children maintain vitamin D levels to support growth and good health. Learn more about Kids Ddrops® .


Kumar, J. et al. Prevalence and Associations of 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Deficiency in US Children: NHANES 2001-2004. Pediatrics. 2009 Aug 3.

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Have you been tested?

A simple blood test will do the
trick, and you will know your
vitamin D blood level.

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How much should I take?

There is no easy answer!
Talk to your healthcare
practitioner and take a look
at the recommendations
from the experts.

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Since you asked...

What is the source of Vitamin D in Ddrops®?
You will be interested to know
answers to these and
more questions!

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What about the sun?

We make vitamin D in our skin
when we are in direct exposure to
UVB rays (sunshine or tanning beds).
How much do we make?

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Did you know?

Dark-skinned people are at
risk of vitamin D deficiency, as
they require increased
exposure to sunlight to
produce the same amount
of vitamin D compared to
light-skinned people.

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How do I give Ddrops® to my Baby?

One drop is all you need!
Parents are telling us about
their experience. Using Baby
Ddrops® is so easy!

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