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My boys are really good about taking their vitamins, especially when they taste as good as these Rainbow Light Power Sours and Bear Essentials do. I know they taste good because I have tried them too. And in addition to tasting so delicious, they are super good for you.
Rainbow Light® is the #1 most trusted natural vitamin brand*, delivering research-based formulations that include a blend of superfoods, organic, non-GMO spirulina, plant enzymes, probiotics, and botanicals for enhanced digestion, absorption, and a difference you can feel.
• Rainbow Light’s Power Sours® Multivitamin Gummies deliver essential nutrition and provide potent-immune support for children ages 4+.
We love Rainbow Light Power Sours Vitamins. They actually taste sweetly sour. They are so convenient in the individual serving packets. My boys think they are as much fun as fruit snacks, but they are getting super healthy vitamins instead.
We also got to try Rainbow Light Bear Essentials which are not only healthy and delicious, but pretty adorable too.
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Hi, I'm Faith, a former Family and Consumer Science teacher turned work at home Mom blogger. I love God, my family, and food. You can usually find me in the kitchen preparing family friendly, homemade recipes and taking lots of pictures.
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