- 3 month supply
- Developed specially for babies
- Simple, convenient, easy-to-use drops
- No nasties – safe even for young babies: sugar-free with no artificial colours, flavourings or additives
- One drop provides a daily dose of 400iu (10?g)
Supports development of your baby’s bones, teeth, muscles and healthy immune function
Baba West Infant Vitamin D drops are suitable for:
• Breastfed babies
• Formula/mixed-fed babies having less than 500ml (about a pint) of infant formula a day
• Babies from 1 month up to 3 years old
• Vegetarian diet
• Gluten-free diet
Why give baby Baba West Infant Vitamin D Drops?
Helps the body absorb calcium to build strong bones and teeth
Important for muscle development
Support healthy, balanced immune function
Lower risk of eczema and severe asthma for children with sufficient vitamin D
Fewer respiratory and other infections in infants with sufficient vitamin D
Department of Health
The Department of Health and NHS recommend that breastfed babies from birth to 1 year of age should be given a daily supplement containing 8.5 to 10 micrograms (400iu) of Vitamin D to make sure they get enough, whether or not their mother is taking a Vitamin D supplement. Formula-fed babies should not be given a Vitamin D supplement until they’re having less than 500ml (about a pint) of infant formula a day, as infant formula is fortified with vitamin D. Children aged 1 to 4 years old should be given a daily supplement containing 10µg of vitamin D.
Use 1 drop a day, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. 1 drop provides 400iu of vitamin D.
Shake well. Put a drop on the end of a clean finger and allow your baby to suck your finger, or alternatively, position the dropper over your baby’s mouth and squeeze very gently to release a single drop into their mouth. The drops don’t need to be taken with food or water and can be taken at any time of day.
How to store
Store in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight. Keep out of the reach of children. Use before expiry date (see pack).
Formula-fed or combi-fed babies should not be given a vitamin D supplement until they’re having less than 500ml (about a pint) of infant formula a day, as infant formula is fortified with vitamin D. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a healthy diet lifestyle. Always tell your doctor in advance if you plan to give your child any supplements.
- Cholecalciferol (vitamin D3), medium chain triglycerides, DL-Alpha tocopherol, extra virgin olive oil, natural mixed tocopherols (vitamin E, contains sunflower oil)
- Free from sugar, gluten, artificial colours, artificial flavours, additives, fillers, GMO, alcohol.
- Not tested on animals. Suitable for vegetarians but may not be suitable for strict vegans. This is because the vitamin D in Baba West infant vitamin D drops is extracted from lanolin which comes from sheep’s wool.