Trace: Children's multi vitamin chewable tablets, children's nutrition medicine keep up, these elements are indispensable!

When our lives are not only busy every day, but also become mothers and fathers, the growth and development of children is undoubtedly a very important part. Therefore, various nutrients and soups are put on the table, and we watch children eat them happily. We think they can be tall and have a great body, but the result is that they are much shorter than their peers. So, what specific nutrients should be supplemented for children to grow up healthy, Let's take a look together.

1 Protein

It is the material foundation of all life, an important component of cells, the main raw material for human tissue renewal and repair, and is crucial for the growth and development of children. It is necessary to ensure that children have sufficient intake of high-quality protein in their daily lives, such as meat, eggs, milk, and beans.

2 Lipids

It is an essential component that makes up human cells and tissues, can store and provide energy, and can provide essential fatty acids (linoleic acid) for baby growth α- Linoleic acid is also a carrier of fat soluble vitamins. Foods rich in fats include vegetable oil, animal fats, and meat.

3 Carbohydrates

Its function in the body is to provide energy, which is the main source of energy for children's growth and development. It is rich in grains and potatoes.

4 vitamins


It neither participates in cellular composition nor provides energy in the human body. The content in the body is small, but indispensable, and they play an important role in growth, metabolism, and development. Vitamins are included in various foods.

5 minerals

The general term for inorganic substances in the human body, whose main function is to form human tissues and maintain normal physiological functions. Calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium are the main raw materials that make up bones and teeth. Minerals are also included in various foods.

6 water

The most abundant and essential nutrients in the human body. Insufficient water intake in children can directly affect their cognitive function, mental state, intellectual development, and behavioral activities, manifested as decreased alertness, lack of concentration, fatigue, headaches, etc

7 Dietary fiber

Mainly manifested in promoting bowel movements, children's lack of dietary fiber in food can lead to functional constipation. Vegetables, fruits, coarse grains, legumes, and algae are rich in dietary fiber.

However, the survey results on the nutrition and health status of children aged 0-5 in China show that there are sufficient daily dietary sources of protein, lipids, and carbohydrates, and there is an excessive problem, which leads to an increase in children's obesity rate. The intake of vitamins and minerals is not optimistic, especially vitamin A, vitamin D, calcium, iron, zinc, etc., which are all lacking in different proportions of dietary sources, and a higher proportion of the population cannot reach the appropriate intake [2]. These nutrients need to be given special attention and scientifically supplemented

8 Vitamin AD

Vitamin A is an important raw material for the synthesis of photosensitive substances in the retina, as well as a key factor in maintaining tear gland secretion and reducing visual fatigue. It helps with visual development and prevents myopia. Vitamin A also has functions such as improving the baby's immune system, promoting bone growth and brain development, participating in hematopoietic function, and enamel development.

The main function of vitamin D is to maintain calcium metabolism balance and bone formation in the human body. In addition, it is closely related to human immune function, cardiovascular diseases, metabolic diseases, autoimmune diseases, tumors, etc.

Due to the high overlap of vitamin A and D deficiency in the pediatric population, and the fact that vitamin A can also help vitamin D better exert its biological activity, AD supplementation can play a synergistic role in immune function, bone development, anemia prevention, and other aspects. Therefore, the "Expert Consensus on Clinical Application of Vitamin A and Vitamin D in Chinese Children" clearly recommends that infants supplement vitamin AD preparations as early as possible after birth, and should supplement vitamin A1500-2000IU and vitamin D400-800IU daily. From the perspective of improving immunity and promoting growth and development, continuous supplementation up to the age of 6 can bring greater benefits to children.

9 Calcium

The most abundant mineral element in the human body is mainly found in bones and teeth, which is of great significance for maintaining normal calcium and phosphorus metabolism and maintaining excitability of nerves and muscles. Calcium deficiency in children can lead to poor bone development, delayed tooth development, and disrupted secretion of parathyroid hormones.

The survey results show that only 27.9% of 12-23 month old children in China achieve the average daily dietary intake, while 94.8% of 2-5 year old children have lower calcium intake than the average requirement. The risk of insufficient calcium intake is high, and it is necessary to supplement calcium appropriately. Calcium carbonate is most widely used due to its high calcium content, but it also has poor solubility and is prone to abdominal distension and constipation. Compared with traditional calcium carbonate, the improved compound calcium carbonate effervescent particles form a more easily soluble calcium citrate malate after effervescence. It is not only delicious and easy to absorb, but also avoids abdominal distension and constipation, making it more suitable for children to take.

10 iron

Essential micronutrients for the human body, involved in important physiological processes such as hemoglobin and DHA synthesis, as well as energy metabolism. Iron deficiency is currently the most common nutrient deficiency disorder worldwide. Iron deficiency can affect various functions such as growth and development, exercise, and immunity in children, and even affect cognitive, learning, and behavioral development, and cannot be reversed by iron supplementation. Therefore, early prevention is crucial!

Breastfed full-term babies only have enough iron stored in their bodies for 4 months. It is recommended to start supplementing with iron supplements at 4 months, supplementing with elemental iron at 1-2 mg/kg per day until the child can consume sufficient iron rich complementary foods. If a baby has been diagnosed with anemia, they should follow the doctor's advice to supplement iron supplements. It is recommended to supplement the elemental iron with 4-6 mg/kg daily, 2-3 times a day. After the hemoglobin returns to normal, iron supplementation should continue for 2 months to supplement stored iron. Whether it is preventive or therapeutic iron supplementation, iron supplementation takes a long time. However, the problem that troubles parents is that most iron supplements have a bad taste, a strong fishy smell, obvious gastrointestinal irritation, children are unwilling to drink them, parents cannot feed them, and the treatment course is difficult to persist, which will inevitably affect the effectiveness of supplementation. The chocolate flavored dextran iron particles, which have undergone breakthroughs in flavor correction technology, make children no longer resistant to iron supplementation. The third-generation organic iron also greatly reduces gastrointestinal adverse reactions, resulting in better iron supplementation effects.

11 Zinc

The essential trace elements in the human body are almost involved in all metabolic processes within the body. Zinc deficiency or insufficiency can lead to growth retardation, decreased immune function, and abnormal neuropsychological development in children.

Babies born within 6 months, if the mother has a balanced diet, generally do not lack zinc in breast milk. If children are picky or picky eaters after adding complementary foods, resulting in lower zinc intake, the risk of zinc deficiency will increase. Especially when children have diarrhea, the loss of zinc elements will intensify, and zinc deficiency will become more severe. Therefore, appropriate zinc supplements should be supplemented.


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