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SmartyPants Teen Girl Multi & Omegas Gummies -- 120 Gummies

SmartyPants Teen Girl Multi & Omegas Gummies
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SmartyPants Teen Girl Multi & Omegas Gummies -- 120 Gummies

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SmartyPants Teen Girl Multi & Omegas Gummies Description

  • Whole Body Health
  • Premium All-in-One Multi for Teen's Developmental Years
  • IGEN-Non-GMO Tested
  • Orange, Mixed Berry, and Lemon Lime Flavors

SmartyPants Teen Girl Multi & Omegas gummies are made with over 15 premium nutrients including omega-3 EPA and DHA essential fatty acids, lutein & zeaxanthin for eye health, vitamin K as MK7 for bones, vitamin D3 for immune health and vitamin B12 as methylcobalamin to support energy metabolism, all in one delicious gummy serving. SmartyPants are third-party lab tested for purity and potency, so you know what you read on the label is what you get in the bottle. And we're proud to say our partnership with Vitamin Angels provides life-changing nutrients to women and children in the U.S. and globally.

  • Premium, Science-Backed Gummy Teen Girl Formula: SmartyPants Teen Girl Multi & Omegas is specifically formulated to help fill nutritional gaps teen girls may have 
  • With Over 15 Nutrients to Support Growing Bodies: Our science-backed formula includes vitamins K2, D3, B12, lutein & zeaxanthin, and methylated folate, as well as Omega-3 EPA and DHA essential fatty acids all in a delicious serving 
  • Better Nutrient Sources: We include bioavailable forms of high-quality nutrients that are easy for their bodies to absorb like vitamin K as MK7, vitamin D as D3, B12 as methylcobalamin, and zinc citrate 
  • Certified Clean, Third Party Tested Formula: Our teen vitamins are a Clean Label Project® Purity Award Winner! Subjected to strict testing for 200+ contaminants and chemicals, so you can be sure you're giving your family high quality vitamins you can trust 
  • Delicious Taste & Teen-Approved: Orange, Mixed Berry, and Lemon Lime Flavors with Other Natural Flavors. Teenage girls take 4 gummies daily. May be taken with or without food


Teenage girls, take 4 gummies daily. May be taken with or without food.
Free Of
GMOs, synthetic colors, gluten, wheat, milk, eggs, peanuts, sesame, soy, tree nut allergens, fish allergens, and shellfish.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 4 Gummies
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Cholesterol Less than5 mg<1%
Total Carbohydrate7 g3%
   Total Sugars5 g
     Includes 5 g Added Sugars10%
Vitamin A (as 50% beta-carotene, retinyl palmitate)350 IU39%
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)65 mg72%
Vitamin D (vitamin D3 as cholecalciferol)20 mcg (800 IU)100%
Vitamin E (as d-alpha-tocopherol from sunflower oil)15 mg100%
Vitamin K (vitamin K1 as phylloquinone)15 mcg13%
Thiamin (vitamin B1 as thiamine mononitrate)0.12 mg10%
Riboflavin (vitamin B2)0.13 mg10%
Niacin (vitamin B-3 as inositol niacinate)16 mg100%
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine 5-phosphate)2.4 mg141%
Folate (as L-methylfolate, calcium salt)400 mcg DFE100%
Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin)3.2 mcg133%
Biotin37.5 mcg125%
Choline (as choline bitartrate)55 mg10%
Iodine (as potassium iodide)150 mcg100%
Zinc (as zinc citrate)9 mg82%
Selenium (as sodium selenite)27.5 mcg50%
Manganese (as manganese amino acid chelate)0.8 mg35%
Chromium (as chromium picolinate)12 mcg34%
Molybdenum (as molybdenum amino acid complex)22.5 mcg50%
Sodium20 mg1%
Fish Oil300 mg*
   Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids111 mg*
    EPA and DHA55 mg
Lutemax® 2020 Marigold Flower Extract24 mg*
   Lutein6 mg*
   Zeaxanthin1.2 mg*
Inositol (from inositol niacinate)4 mg*
Vitamin K2 (as menaquinone-7)12 mcg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Organic cane sugar, organic tapioca syrup, pectin, gelatin, citric acid, natural flavors, colors added (organic black carrot juice concentrate, organic turmeric, organic maqui berry juice concentrate).

Consult your child's healthcare provider before use, particularly if they have a medical condition, are on any medications, or if they have a medical procedure planned. Do not exceed recommended daily serving. Product may darken over time.

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Is it Safe for Kids to Follow a Keto Diet?

Many people turn to the keto diet as a way to lose weight and regulate blood sugar levels—and it can be effective short-term, letting you drop pounds fast as long as you’re in ketosis and stick with the guidelines. Adolescent Child in Striped Red Shirt Eating Meal at Table to Represent Question Is Keto Safe for Kids | The keto diet involves forcing the body to use fat to burn fat (as opposed to using glucose, which comes from carbohydrates). Keto dieters consume 80% of calories from fat, 20% or less from protein and just 10% or less from carbohydrates. With only 20 to 25 grams of carbs consumed a day, it’s important to meal plan wisely and eat cabs when you need them most. While the diet can be successful for adults, some wonder – is keto safe for kids? Many children today follow specialty diets, such as plant-based, vegan or gluten-free, especially if they have parents who are following these diets. But, unlike these diets, keto comes with some potential health consequences for kids. Here’s what you need to know.

What are the risks?

For starters, even adults face risks on the keto diet. “For anyone, potential risks include nutrient deficiencies from not eating a wide variety of plant foods, liver problems due to having so much fat to metabolize, constipation and gut health issues, brain fog, low energy and more,” says Kelly Jones, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN. “There may even be issues with blood glucose regulation, as studies are controversial when it comes to whether the diet helps or harms those with diabetes, and cholesterol may increase, especially LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol,” she continues. Plus if you’re looking to gain muscle and become fitter, it could also weaken your performance. “We also know it impairs performance in aerobic exercise, limited intensity and length of movement,” Jones adds.

What are the risks for kids, specifically?

To be fair, the keto diet was originally recommended for children with epilepsy, showing the ability to reduce frequency and severity of seizures. “If a child suffers from epilepsy, I advise speaking with their medical team about testing a well-planned ketogenic diet and ensure that there is a dietitian specializing in its therapeutic use in this population,” says Jones. Yet for the average child, being put on any restrictive diet can increase chances of body dissatisfaction and eating disorders, while also putting their physical health at risk. In addition, children put on a keto diet might not get enough nutrients based on the limited group of foods they can eat. “There’s a lack of fiber from carbohydrate foods, which can negatively impact gut health, which we know impacts the immune system, energy metabolism, mental health and more.” Children also need good gut bacteria to create a healthy gut microbiome as they grow. “While our gut bacteria can be damaged at any stage of life, the diversity we build and the bacteria that are most likely to thrive throughout adulthood for us are determined during childhood based on diet, illness, medication, and environment,” Jones explains. Lack of antioxidants from a variety of plant foods, such as fresh fruit and starchy veggies, may also have short and long term health consequences. And the other drawbacks mentioned for adults may also impact children, too. So it’s definitely important to consult with a physician or dietitian before putting your child on a keto diet.

The Takeaway

For epilepsy, the keto diet may be appropriate for a child. “While I would never recommend a child to be placed on a ketogenic diet without epilepsy, if a child does have epilepsy it is imperative that there is strict oversight from their medical providers including their doctor and dietitian,” Jones says. If they are put on the diet, it’s important to make sure they’re getting all the nutrients they need and enough calories altogether. A dietitian should be involved to recommend ways to obtain fiber and to otherwise support the gut microbiome, as disruptions in gut health during childhood are indicative of gut health and associated problems as adults. “The dietitian should also be recommending healthy fats from plants and fatty fish rather than saturated fats from animal products,” she says, as those are better for lowering inflammation and protecting against disease. So, nuts, seeds, olive oil and fish are better than fatty beef, pork or butter. Ultimately, it’s safest to not let kids follow a keto diet, but if you do want to give it a shot and see how it goes for them, do so very carefully.

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