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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Solgar U-Cubes: It's Hip to Be Square...and Delicious!

Gummy vitamins...they're all the same, right? A slightly sneaky way to get vitamins and minerals into your children without complaint. A very good thing, but there's nothing new and exciting about them...right?

Thanks  to Moms Meet, I now know differently. Meet U-Cubes.

Yes, they're square, in shape, not as in lack of coolness. But that's not all that makes these a standout in the gummy vite world.

From the website:

Solgar has been crafting nutritional supplements for generations, in fact over 65 years. And, just like all our other supplements, U-Cubes™ benefit from all the science and knowledge behind our name. Each serving of these tapioca and pectin based gummies provides 100% DV (400 IU) of Vitamin D3 for children 4 years and older and 50% DV (200 IU) for children 2 and 3 years of age... and naturally, they are Non-GMO.

What's more, U-Cubes™ are manufactured in small batches that ensure the highest quality product.  They're also rigorously tested for safety and potency, but never animal tested. FREE OF: Gluten, Wheat, Dairy, Yeast, Artificial Flavor and Preservatives.

So it's got the stats. But the biggest stumbling block, of course, is getting your kids to eat them without the endless complaints.

That's where these vitamins truly excel. They are delicious, and I don't mean delicious for gummy vitamins, I mean delicious. They taste like tangy, fruity grape, cherry and orange gumdrops, with no minerally flavor that you get with most healthy vitamins.  And yes, to get that taste, they do contain organic cane sugar. It's still only 15 calories per two gummies, which is the dose for children ages 2-3. You double it for older kids.

I know I'm going on about it, but they are seriously for real yum to the ultimate. The kids were reminding ME that they needed their vitamins.

Go HERE to search for a store near you. You will not be sorry.

I received product from Moms Meet for testing and review purposes. My opinions and tendency to pontificate on yumminess is my own.

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