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Hi Sam, This disclaimer I mentioned in the article appears on the company's website at the bottom of this page: http://www.alternavites.com/adult, under the heading, "Important Safety Information."
In response to the headline on the homepage: YOU DON'T SAY
Where is disclaimer about overuse and intake vitiamins? Children and adults need to understand vitamins and other supplements are NOT snacks.
I have always used coupons, but if I thought the generic was cheaper I would just buy that instead of the smaller name brand size or even samples from "Get Official Samples" can help
For some reason, my other comment didn't post, but the photo is of actual Pixy Stix. Use the link in the article to see the alternaVites, which look quite different from Pixy Stix. It's important, however, to keep all vitamins, supplements, and medications out of reach of kids, as stated in the article.
The photo is the actual Pixy Stix. The vitamins look different. You can see a photo here:http://www.alternavites.com/kids However, as stated in my article, parents should keep all vitamins, supplements, and medications out of reach of kids.
Gummibear vitamins, zinc lollipops to help combat sore throats and colds, and now this? What the heck happened to the "Medicine Is Not Candy" campaign?!?!?!? I can empathise with a desire for a more easily ingested vitamin form, but a Pixie-Stix copy? Really?
how many does it take to kill a kid?