Did you know it almost the first official day of summer? Where I live we are already having summer-like weather. With the return of sun and heat, most parents have a big concern about keeping their kids hydrated. I know I fret about it a lot because our kids LIVE outside if it is above freezing. LOL! They will spend hours outside in 95 degree weather with 100% humidity. And yes, I do give them water to drink but they are kids and sometimes they want something besides water. I have found an awesome solution that also offers a side benefit. Children’s Oxylent.
“Children’s Oxylent nurtures, strengthens, and protects growing minds and bodies, and is specially formulated for ages 4 years and over. Children’s Oxylent uses the revolutionary effervescent delivery system, which offers exceptional absorption of vital nutrients. Children’s Oxylent powder can be added to 4–6 ounces of water, with or without ice, for a great-tasting, nutritious, hydrating drink in delicious Bubbly Berry Punch flavor. Best taken with meals or snack, the product is guaranteed to be free of gluten, dairy, caffeine, and artificial flavors and colors. Each box of Children’s Oxylent contains 30 stick packets that are the perfect size for lunch boxes and little hands.”
Children’s Oxylent provides a multivitamin for your kids ages 4 and up. We received the Bubble Berry Flavor and it was hit! The girls love it when added to a glass a water. But we found another fun way for them to use it….homemade popsicles!
They like it and that makes me happy! I also love knowing when I mix some Children’s Oxylent into some water they will guzzle it right up and it hydrates them and gives them some much needed vitamins too.
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