I recently signed up to try Nutri10 Plus sports active formula for my kids. I wanted to see if it would be better than the popular vitamin brand we’ve been giving our kids.
If you know our family well, you would have an idea of the level of activeness our kids have. We’ve got three of them and they’re all boys, so you can just imagine how much energy there is in our house.
We appreciate their energy, really. I’m glad I read Wild Things, the art of nurturing boys by Stephen James and David Thomas because it helped us see and appreciate our children for the boys that they are and not be so panicky about their activeness.
Well, except when we’re at public swimming pools and beaches. I’m usually lenient with our kids, but it pays to be attentive to your children and to exact boundaries when it comes to deep waters. For me, matters of life and death are exceptions.
Anyway, what we do is take the kids to places where they are free to run around and physically explore. We try to support our kids in their physical needs and encourage them to be active. In fact, we happily take their pictures when they spider climb on our door frames and even play with them.
I’m a bit bruised when they jump on me but it’s fine, because that’s what they are. They’re boys and they’re active and they need their vitamins.
Nutri10 Plus has CGF which is a consideration for us since our pediatrician told us two years ago that our eldest son is suffering from malnutrition which causes his slow growth spurts. We’ve always thought it was only because Jay and I weren’t exactly tall. As it turns out, there was a huge need to change his diet and add more meat.
Although our pediatrician didn’t really recommend vitamins, we thought we might as well help our child along with his nutrition and included his brothers along.
So far, with Nutri10 Plus, we’ve been happy with the results and pleasantly surprised at some of the visible improvement in their performance. They’ve been eating better and are growing.
A few days ago I was shocked to find out that our youngest can now climb up the door frame which he wasn’t able to do with his brothers before because his legs were to short to reach both sides.
I’m not sure if it’s Nutri10 Plus that did that. All I’m saying is that it all happened while our kids were taking it.
Another thing is that I don’t need to buy Vitamin C because this one’s got it already. I’ve yet to road test how effective having Vitamin C in the cocktail mix is, but so far, we’re happy with the results.
Other active ingredients included in Nutri10 Plus are Taurine, Lysine, Palmitate, Chlecalciferol, Acetate, Thiamine HCI, Riboflavin, Niacinamide, Pyridoxine HCI, Cyanocobalamin, and Zinc Sulfate.
The flavor we got was Ponkan which was okay, I guess. The kids miss the taste of their Vitamin C but at least, with this one, they don’t have to take vitamins twice. That’s economical and I like that.
Nutri10Plus is manufactured by Novagen Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. for Wert Philippines.
Nutri10 Plus Sports Active Formula
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