SOLGAR® U-CUBES™ childrens multi-vitamin & mineral gummies giveaway

In a world of children’s nutrition, health messages can be confusing. From 5-a-day, to sugar taxes and even vitamin deficiencies, it can be hard to ensure children are receiving all the key nutrients they need, and none of the artificial additives that they don’t need.

Confusion is clear across the country; recent research of 10,000 UK adults from the Health Food Manufacturers’ Association found that 59% are not giving vitamin supplements to their children, with 64% believing their children get enough nutrients from their normal diet alone.

In contrast, England’s chief medical officer, Prof Dame Sally Davies, claims that all babies and young children should be given free vitamins on the NHS to combat rising cases of bone disease. In her annual report last year, Davies said that up to 25% of children in the UK are vitamin D deficient, leading to a rise in rickets cases.

Vitamin D, nicknamed the sunshine vitamin, is obtained mostly from sunlight on the skin, so can be difficult to access in the darker months. There are also very few food sources of the micronutrient, so whilst oily fish and eggs can help towards a daily dose, it might be slightly harder to persuade fussy eaters into stocking up on these nutrient rich foods.  Both vitamins A and B are also tricky to obtain from foods, with an average cup of whole milk only containing 5% of vitamin A, and an average serving of cereal only 15%.

To help combat confusion, and provide parents with daily peace of mind on their children’s nutrient levels, Solgar® has created U-Cubes™ Children’s Multi-Vitamin & Mineral Gummies.

U-Cubes™ provide:

  • 100 IU (5 μg) of Vitamin D3 needed for growth and bone development
  • Vitamin A for eye health
  • B Vitamins to support energy boosting metabolism
  • Vitamin C for immune function
  • Folic Acid for new cell growth
  • Plus, other essential nutrientsE52550_U-Cubes_Gummies_60 2

Coming in natural grape, cherry and orange flavours, U-Cubes™ give parents a great tasting way to ensure their children’s daily vitamin needs are boosted, without artificial colours, sweeteners or flavourings. The tasty fun gums are suitable from ages 3+, to ensure even the youngest bodies are getting all the important levels of vitamins and minerals, in safe levels designed by Solgar’s scientific experts.

My girls have been enjoying them all week they think they’re sweets and have never been so excited to take their vitamins – I think the fun packaging really helps as well, makes it interesting to look at. They only tricky part is telling them they can only have 1 per day. I also impressed at the size they come in each tub content 120 gummies so will last on average 4 months per child they RRP at £21.95 so it works out at a great price.

Solgar® has very kindly given me 3 tubs of U-Cubes  to give away to my readers so you can try them for yourself all you need to do is enter the rafflecopter giveaway below to be in with the chance.

UK ONLY, Competition will end midnight on the 10th July 2015 3 winners will then be selected at random and contacted via email.

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  1. Yvonne Bradley
    July 4, 2015 / 9:51 am

    These look yummy

  2. aaron broad
    July 4, 2015 / 2:20 pm

    Use a pipette while they sleep

  3. Lynsey Buchanan
    July 4, 2015 / 8:59 pm

    make healthy soups and fruit smoothies

  4. Iris W
    July 4, 2015 / 9:01 pm

    I cook and blend vegetables into pasta sauces even the fussy ones like it

    July 5, 2015 / 6:03 am

    making ice-pops out of nutritional smoothies/milkshaes/youghurts

  6. caroline walliss
    July 5, 2015 / 9:03 am

    Lots of nutritious smoothies.x

  7. leanne weir
    July 5, 2015 / 9:04 am

    make healthy soups

  8. Rena plumridge
    July 5, 2015 / 9:40 am

    Cut food into fun shapes

  9. Michelle Banks
    July 5, 2015 / 12:14 pm

    fruits as snacks x

  10. Martina Pichova
    July 5, 2015 / 1:12 pm

    fruit smoothies

  11. Ashleigh Allan
    July 5, 2015 / 7:47 pm


  12. claire woods
    July 5, 2015 / 8:15 pm

    Choosing flavours and pack designs that they get excited by.

  13. Sara JaneG
    July 6, 2015 / 12:12 pm

    Lots of fresh fruit and veg, I’m lucky as my son isn’t a fussy eater at all

  14. Emma Fox
    July 6, 2015 / 2:20 pm

    My son has fruit as a snack in the morning or afternoon

  15. Samantha loughlin
    July 6, 2015 / 2:50 pm

    Such a yummy idea

  16. clair downham
    July 6, 2015 / 4:55 pm

    lots of smooothies and homemade icepops

  17. Katarzyna Wrzyszcz
    July 6, 2015 / 7:05 pm

    Promise them some ice-creams, after 😉

  18. Rhian Cox
    July 7, 2015 / 3:10 pm

    Milkshakes and smoothies.

  19. Rachel Butterworth
    July 7, 2015 / 9:09 pm

    I cut fruit into different shapes, using cookie cutters.

  20. kim neville
    July 8, 2015 / 7:53 am

    Smoothies go down well with my kids

  21. sharlene speakman
    July 8, 2015 / 8:34 am

    vitamin drops in there drink

  22. Cheryl Kean
    July 8, 2015 / 1:00 pm

    i actually have no yip as my kids love to take them, they actually remind me to give them there *strong pills*

  23. jamie banks
    July 8, 2015 / 4:24 pm

    smothies is the best way x

  24. liz ferguson
    July 8, 2015 / 7:56 pm

    start them as young as poss .. they get used to it as the norm xx

  25. Kat Allinson
    July 8, 2015 / 8:47 pm

    I give a variety of fruit and veg for snacks and meals

  26. Crystal Williams
    July 9, 2015 / 8:42 am

    Put lots of colourful fruits and veg onto their plates 🙂

  27. Richard Green
    July 9, 2015 / 1:46 pm

    Make a soup with there favorite things in, but put loads of veg in there as well, they will never know that they eating so many vegetables

  28. jo liddement
    July 9, 2015 / 1:57 pm

    I disguise vegetables in pasta sauces and pizza toppings and find its a good way to get vitamins from vegetables into my son.

  29. claire griffiths
    July 9, 2015 / 2:06 pm

    I have had no problems with my children but i do make a lot of soups with fresh veg in

  30. Pauline Wilson
    July 9, 2015 / 4:10 pm

    Make homemade pizzas with lots of colourful veg on in nice shapes, and make a fruit salad with a little pot of melted chocolate to dip

  31. Minnie15
    July 9, 2015 / 4:27 pm

    My daughter is 3 and very keen to be a big girl so is quite happy to eat anything I say is healthy that will help her grow! 🙂 x

  32. katie robertson
    July 9, 2015 / 5:11 pm

    make healthy soups

  33. Diana
    July 9, 2015 / 6:13 pm

    Fruit salad for desert : )

  34. Karen R
    July 9, 2015 / 7:16 pm

    Instead of snack time, we have fruit break, so eating some fruit is a given. I also regularly buy exotic fruit for us all to try

  35. Katie
    July 9, 2015 / 7:16 pm

    Blend veg in to pasta sauce so they don’t know it’s there!

  36. sarah mills
    July 9, 2015 / 8:21 pm

    lots of soups and stews

  37. July 9, 2015 / 10:21 pm

    Smoothies are a great way of hidden goodness!

  38. July 9, 2015 / 10:40 pm

    Fruit smoothies with added veggies (carrot, kale, spinach all are great to add to smoothies and they dont make it taste like veggies either)
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  39. Kirsty Woods
    July 10, 2015 / 6:07 am

    Let your children grow their own fruit and veg.My daughter loves picking her own at our allotment, i often find her munching on a raw runner bean that she has just picked 🙂

  40. July 10, 2015 / 7:51 am

    Cross your fingers and hope for the best when you put vegetables in front of them.

  41. Nicole
    July 10, 2015 / 9:22 am

    making kale/strawberry jam 🙂

  42. Nicole
    July 10, 2015 / 9:23 am

    kale and strawvery jam 🙂

  43. Louise Whittaker
    July 10, 2015 / 1:54 pm

    My daughters help grow the veggies in the garden and it doesnt work everytime but they are much more likely to eat it as they have helped grow them

  44. Caroline Signey
    July 10, 2015 / 7:07 pm

    Vitamin drops in their drink

  45. Natalie Crossan
    July 10, 2015 / 9:26 pm

    I bought some vitamin drinks and my daughter can’t taste them 🙂

  46. Karis
    July 10, 2015 / 10:29 pm

    Lots of fruit

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