Kids health

Raising healthy kids doesn’t have to be hard! The kids health hub is full of great information on how to get your kids to eat more nutritional meals and snacks, as well as fun activities to get them up and moving.

Check out our children-friendly recipes and get expert advice on how to pack a vitamin-rich lunchbox.

Plus, find out more about the Superkids range of 99% sugar-free Gummies and Chewables. The range includes Superkids Multi Gummies, Immune Gummies and Growing Bones Gummies all of which also come in Chewables too. Plus Superkids Omega Brain Chewables with Omega-3 (DHA).

Action plan

Healthy eating for kids in 3 easy steps

More good food, less of the sweet stuff – help your child to feel great and thrive.

  1. Fill those tummies with fruit & veg
  2. Reduce sugar for a balanced diet
  3. Healthy habits that stick like glue
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Kids health
Kids health

Superkids® Growing Bones Gummies

Blackmores Superkids™ Growing Bones Gummies

From $14.99

Blackmores SuperKids® Growing Bones Gummies are a 99.9% sugar free formulation containing lactose-free calcium and a naturally derived form of vitamin D3 to help support the development of kids bones and teeth.
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Kids health

Superkids® Omega Brain Chewables

Blackmores Superkids™ Omega Brain Chewables

From $14.99

Blackmores Superkids® Omega Brain Chewables are a 99.5% sugar free formulation containing 250 mg of DHA, plus iodine, to help support kids’ healthy brain and eye development.
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12 January 2015

Your guide to children's health

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Children are more than just ‘little adults’. Read on for our advice on how to keep your kids healthy.

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01 April 2010

Croup

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Croup is a relatively common ailment of childhood, which is very contagious. It affects children between three months and six years old and normally lasts 5-6 days. The characteristic barking cough is due to the noise made by the air passing through the constricted airways and over the inflamed vocal cords.

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