Vitafive sent me free samples when I joined the affiliate program. Post contains affiliate links, meaning if you click through and buy, I will receive a small commission. After I posted my Vitafive review last month, all of my kids said they wanted their own! So, when Vitafive offered to send me some, I asked if they could just print “kids” instead of a name, so they wouldn’t fight over them! The timing couldn’t have been better since they came the day before we left for a trip (hence the cell phone photos).
Vitafive sent me free samples when I joined the affiliate program. Post contains affiliate links, meaning if you click through and buy, I will receive a small commission. Vitafive offers custom gummy vitamins for children and adults, that are free of 8 major allergens, are vegetarian (5 are vegan) and delicious.
Note from Maria: After reading the referenced article, I asked Adina to write about things parents can do to solve this problem. After my experience taking the online feeding course, I knew she’d have great insight.
When every food penny counts, parents have more money at risk feeding kids. A recent NY Times article, A Hidden Cost to Giving Kids Their Vegetables (why poor children can’t be picky eaters) discussed some reasons for why poorer families don’t eat as many fruits and vegetables.
Post contains affiliate links. I expect to be compensated for this post as an Aloha affiliate. ALOHA offers high quality, tasty nutrition products made from natural and organically grown ingredients. The products were developed with the help of health experts and are sustainable and free of artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners and additives.
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