Aug 03, 2015


Learn How To Get Your Niños To Take Their Vitamins

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Daily multivitamin “pops” with flavor, offering fun way to build healthy supplement routines for children

How amazing would it be if we could feed our kids the 9-13 portions of fruits and vegetables that they need every day? While we work on that, it’s important to make sure that, some way, somehow, they get the daily dose of vitamins they need. One way to accomplish that is to find fun ways to stimulate the kids to make healthy choices.

Using veggies to create funny and colorful drawings on their plates. Rewarding them for eating their veggies. Feeding them multivitamin supplements daily. We recently learned that Nutrilite has come up with an ingenious product: a kids multivitamins that pops and fizzes in your mouth. Who remembers Pop Rocks? Right, the iconic candy of the 70’s is exactly what inspired Nutrilite to create MultiPops. The grape-flavored crystals that pop and fizz are making lots of niños giggle while getting 18 essential vitamins and minerals – you can watch their reaction at, they’re hilarious!

It’s also a relief to know that MultiPops* is sugar-free, naturally sweetened with Stevia and contains natural ingredients void of artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Those natural ingredients reminded me of a backyard at the Abuela’s: fruit concentrates from guava, papaya, passion fruit and pineapple.

* NUTRILITE Kids MULTIPOPS Multivitamins are available exclusively through Amway Independent Business Owners or at A box of 30 packets has a suggested retail price of $29.99.


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Tanisha Love Ramirez

Tanisha Love Ramirez

Tanisha is the Managing Editor at NEW LATINA, and a social commentary and pop-culture writer/blogger from New York City. She studied Sociology and Women's Studies at Bowdoin College, where she developed a strong interest women's issues and community advocacy. Tanisha has written for the Bowdoin Orient and has interned at BUST Magazine and

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