Creche Guard BABY IMMUNE Syrup

What is Creche Guard BABY IMMUNE Multivitamin Syrup ?

It is a yummy cherry flavoured syrup formulated with a combination of vitamins and minerals that may assist your baby’s body in maintaining a healthy immune system. Créche Guard BABY IMMUNE is formulated to help fight infections, promote healing, build strong teeth and healthy bones and help prevent bruising. Furthermore, Créche Guard BABY IMMUNE provides a combination of vitamins essential for growing bodies and developing minds.

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Our advantages

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Vitamins

Creche Guard BABY IMMUNE Syrup contains all the essential vitamins for keeping your baby's immune systems in top notch shape

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Antioxidants

Antioxidants are, without a doubt, an essential part of your baby's health. They fight off infection and disease.

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Folic Acid

Folic Acid is needed to make red blood cells. This helps babies have the energy to do things like grow, learn, play, and eat.

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Vitamin D

Children need vitamin D for bone growth and development. So do babies developing in the womb. This is because vitamin D helps us absorb calcium. Serious vitamin D deficiency can cause rickets, delayed motor development, muscle weakness, aches and pains, and fractures.

Interesting Reads

What is the IMMUNE System?

Every body has an inbuilt immune system which protects it from diseases and germs. This system works to keep out harmful germs, and attack and destroy any which manage to get inside your body to keep us healthy.

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Why use probiotics?

Probiotics help manage GI issues and lower the odds of catching a bugs. Probiotics have such far-reaching effects because the gut does, it houses more nerve endings than any place in the body (besides the brain), and it's ground zero for the immune system's function.

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What is a cold?

Is your child sneezing, coughing, and complaining about a sore throat? There's not a parent on the planet who hasn't been there. More than 200 different viruses can cause this infection, but the rhinovirus is the most common culprit.

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