Garden Of Life Dr. Formulated Attention & Focus For Kids 60 Chews
Garden of Life partnered with Dr. Perlmutter to create this unique formula with clinically studied probiotics, pine bark, and whole food vitamin to support your child's attention, focus, and energy. This formula is made with clinically studied ingredients which support brain health. Best of all, it's organic and vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Garden of Life Attention & Focus For Kids Highlights
- Made with Simple Clinically Studied Whole Food Ingredients
- Contains Ingredients that Support Attention & Focus
- 10 Billion CFU L rhamnosus GG Which Supports Brain Health
- Supports Improved Memory
- 600mg Organic Wild Blueberry
- 60mg Organic Fenoprolic Pine Bark
- USDA Organic
- Vegan & Vegetarian Friendly
Children 4 years and older should chew 2 tablets daily with food. Take with adult supervision.
Garden of Life Attention & Focus For Kids 60 Chews Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Chewables
Servings Per Container: 30
Vitamin C 45mg
Vitamin D (as D3) 20mcg
Organic Wild Blueberry (fruit) 600mg
Organic Emblic 100mg
(Amla, Phyllanthus emblica (fruit) Extract
Organic Fenoprolic Pine Bark Extract 60mg
Standardized to 50% OPCs (Pinus sylvestris)
Probiotic Brain Blend (11 Billion CFU) 60mg
Lactobacillus plantarum Lp-115, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (10 Billion CFU)
*Daily Value Not Established
Other Ingredients: Clean Tablet Technology Blend: (Organic Dextrose, Organic Gum Acacia, Organic Tapioca Maltodextrin, Organic Sunflower Lecithin, Organic Palm Oil, Organic Guar Gum), Organic Berry Flavor, Organic Coconut Oil Powder, Organic Watermelon Flavor, non-GMO Citric Acid, Organic Stevia Extract (leaf).
Keep out of reach of children. Should only be taken under adult supervision. For children 4 and older.
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