Forming a Healthy Habit with Vitamins

This post was sponsored by Nature Made® as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.


It's hard to find a multivitamin for kids. So many out on the market these days are filled with harmful ingredients and even toxic ingredients. A few months ago I found out about Nature Made® KIDS FIRST® Multivitamins I decided to give it a go.

It's convenient too because they are sold at Target! They have many options to choose from and we grabbed the Multivitamin with Omega-3. Nature Made® KIDS FIRST® vitamins with Omega-3 provide 11 essential nutrients, all natural fruit flavors and colors that are derived from natural sources. There are no synthetic dyes, preservatives or yeast and they are gluten-free.


Nature Made® KIDS FIRST® line is developed for children from 4-18 and to help encourage a lifetime of healthy habits. It's so important to teach our little ones healthy habits about taking care of their bodies and it all starts with giving it the proper nutrients!! 

At Target you can find them in the multivitamins section, mine were located on the top, eye level shelf- you can also check out the many other gummies they have- a few of them are Fish Oil, Fiber & Vitamin C. 

With the Omega-3 ones we tried, they were a bit sugary so I would suggest grabbing their multivitamins without the Omega-3! I will definitely be wanting to try the Fiber or Vitamin C next with our boys and am excited that it can easily be picked up while taking a Target run! 

It helps that they come in gummy form, especially since the boys can't swallow a pill yet. They are soft enough to that it makes it easy to go down! Plus no worries about yucky tasting vitamins or any with toxic ingredients! 

I'd love to hear if you try them and what your kiddos think! These seem kid approved and the perfect addition to your back to school list!

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.








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