Thank you so much to Rhino Multivitamin Gummies for sponsoring this post and providing free product to try. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.
There’s something about the change of weather that gets me excited for a fresh start!
Now that the hectic summer months have passed I feel like we can just slow down and settle into new routines. I have a few extra minutes to just breathe, and I’m working with my littles on developing healthy habits.
Of course, for us the first step to being healthy is getting a well-balanced diet full of in-season fresh fruits and vegetables. That’s an obvious one, right? Did you know to meet the recommended daily intake of fruits & vegetables, moderately active girls and boys would need to eat 1.5 cups of fruit and 2-3 cups of vegetables a day?ⱡ
Between rushing to get on the school bus in the morning and after-school activities, there have certainly been days when I’m getting the kids ready for bed and realize that we fell very short of our 3 cup vegetable quota!
Let’s be totally honest. Most days my picky kids aren’t eating 3 cups of anything, especially vegetables! For me the solution to building healthy habits–WITHOUT fighting the food battle every day–is about 2 centimeters tall and comes in gummy form.
Rhino™ Gummy Multivitamin is a complete multivitamin and mineral formula that is gluten free, does not contain high fructose corn syrup, and only contains colors derived from plants, fruits and vegetables. Kids will love the natural cherry, berry and citrus flavors. Moms will love that they are able to give their kids additional nutritional support with essential nutrients.
They’re so squishy and delicious, my kids like them so much that they ask for them every day, making it literally the easiest thing I can do to make sure that they’re getting the nutrition they need!
Would you like to try Rhino™ Gummy Multivitamins for yourself?
They are available nationwide, in store and online, including: Sprouts, Whole Foods, amazon, Puritan’s Pride, and Vitacost. Today, we’re giving away 6 bottles! To qualify to enter, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post letting me know one way that you are keeping your kids healthy this year!
ⱡSOURCE: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Agriculture. Fruits and Veggies More Matters® April 2016. Available at http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org/myplate-and-what-is-a-serving-of-fruits-and-vegetables