We all know getting the proper amounts of what our body functions on is an integral part of our health.
Did you know that special needs children who have ADHD and other mental health concerns need extra? Continuing from last week's topic of the dietician recommendations. Jessica received information on vitamins and minerals.
It was brought to her attention that kids with ADHD and other mental health concerns need extra vitamins and minerals to sustain daily tasks. This is due to how fast their bodies and minds function. It is on high-speed processing most of the time burning up what little they may consume via food.
Omega 3 and minerals are the most important of the two however combining them with vitamins as well can have such great health benefits. It is the ultimate rolled into one for their busy lives.
So which ones have been recommended to be of the highest quality? Well, you will find that below!
Choosing a broad-spectrum multivitamin like these that contain Omega 3 is a great way to ensure your child gets everything they need to keep going!
Progressive (2 tables/day chewable) https://www.progressivenutritional.com/products/multivitamin-for-kids (1 bottle lasts 1 month = $16.99)
Smarty Pants Multi (4 gummies/day = $ 27.49 lasts 1.5 months) https://www.costco.ca/smartypants-kids-complete-multivitamin—180-gummies.product.100528260.html
There are many other options of what is available but you should try to get all three in one as is easier to get one into them than three different ones.
Our workbook contains a profile page where you can list all information on your special needs child giving easy access to information for caregivers and family.
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