The Adora Chocolate Calcium Supplements are safe for kids as young as 4 years old. They are gluten free, contain no corn syrup and no trans fats. Each supplement has 500 mg of Calcium, Vitamin D3 and Magnesium.
I’ve tried other brands of chocolate calcium chews in the past and have found that they don’t exactly taste like chocolate. Fake chocolate flavor has never been my favorite thing, if I’m going for chocolate – I want the real thing. I always have this thought in the back of mind when I try a new “healthy candy” option. But it was quickly put to rest when I tried the Adora Calcium Chocolates – the flavor was simple: Chocolate! What’s the main difference? They use real chocolate, real ingredients and don’t use fake flavors to try to cover the vitamins.
On the back of the bags Adora has the recommended “dosage” of their calcium supplements. Remember each one is 50% of your daily recommended calcium. You may find it hard to only eat two of them!
My favorite has been the milk chocolate supplements. The dark chocolate is also good, but I love the flavor in the milk chocolate option. I really like that I can take them since they are gluten free and it’s like a little reward throughout the day (and my body gets the calcium it needs). But the best thing about them, in my opinion, is that you cannot taste any vitamin taste when you eat them. All you taste is chocolate. It’s a tricky way to get you to take your vitamins and I like it!
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