I found my hot flushes arnt as bad as they used to be going threw menopause
Very happy since I started vitamins 7months ago I had been suffering with menopause for ages and since taking vitamins I cant complain so thank goodness for vitamin gummies I love em taste grate
Vitagummies Omega 3 - pleasant tasting
I'm now on my third bottle of these and don't really know how effective they are! only that they have fish oil in them as well as being easy to digest! I feel ok and haven't had any health problems since starting. What a way to take vitamins! : )
A formatted list of what's in them..
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 20mg
Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3) 6mg
dl-alpha Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E) 3.5mg
Pyridoxine Hydrochloride 608mcg (equiv. Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) 500mcg
Folic Acid 69mcg
Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3 100IU) 2.5mcg
Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) 0.75mcg
Thiamine Nitrate (Vitamin B1) 350mcg
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 125mcg
Calcium (as Calcium Phosphate) 5mg
Iodine (as Potassium Iodide) 22.5mcg
Magnesium (as Magnesium Phosphate) 5mg
Zinc (as Zinc Oxide) 1mg
Horrible taste low vitamin levels
Okay the taste is horrible and the levels of vitamins are low you need to take 4 to get the daily does needed.
I'll stick to my daily vitamin tablet.
Gritty, unpleasant lollies!
These are absolutely awful. I'm annoyed I spent $20 on them. They are very gritty and sandy in texture, accompanied by that odd, old-mans-urine taste that magnesium already has - and then made into a gummy lolly!!
Avoid, avoid. Yuck.
Helps with menopausal flushes for me anyway
Yes they are sweet and they taste like a normal lolly BUT I'm going through menopause and for whatever reason they have helped with my night sweats and hot flushes. When I stopped taking them the flushes came back and now I've restarted it they have stopped considerably again. Can't vouch for anything else but if it helps with my symptoms of menopause I'm all for them.
I love them. At first, it was hard to get used to the taste, but once you do they are really enjoyable. It is good as it has vitamins and minerals a woman needs. Yes, it has sugar but id prefer these over tablets. I love the gummies, it is like a snack but you're also taking what your body needs. Have a balanced meal, but also have a gummy during the day as a snack, I love it. Despite what everyone says, I have had these for about 2 years on and off, but I always go back to them! I am loving it.
So much better than normal vitamins
I found these so much easier to take than other vitamins. The taste is a odd but other than that they are great and I'm inclined to take the more regularly than other vitamins I've tried.
Gimmicky product that I got caught up in the hype and purchased. I thought they would help me take my vitamins regularly. But I find the taste and particularly the texture to be offensive and off putting.
I'll go back to taking regular vitamins
Adequate- Not really good though!
I bought these Vita-Gummies as I needed to increase my vitamin intake just prior to a major operation & they were on 'special' for half price at Coles.
They taste like lollies, which is good, but then because of this you tend to take more, which is probably, not so good!!
The actual vitamin content is really very low compared to other vitamins on the market & yet the sugar content is very high. So again that's not really good either!
They are probably really great to top up kids vitamin levels, because they taste like sweets so they will probably readily eat them. Or if u are an adult and really can't take pills of any sort or can't swallow, they would be a good option. However, if u are an adult with no such issues, then there are many other better quality vitamin tablets on the market, with less sugar & more actual vitamin content, in my opinion.
Even at half price, I feel as though I have been 'ripped off' a little & would never by them again for myself. However, I may purchase them for my daughter, if I really had too as she can't take regular tablets & would love the taste of these...So I guess, they do have a use and a place in the market, for people who either can't take tablets for one reason or another or hate tablets! But I really feel that they are a fairly low quality vitamin, sold at a very high price, particularly if you pay full Price.
Worked for me!
I decided a few years ago to start taking vitamins in hope of boosting my immune system and help with anaemia.
After numerous attempts on different brands (tablet form) and some bad side effects I decided to give the gummies ago. I was definitely skeptical.
Fast forward 1 year later and I have really noticed a difference! Better energy levels, haven't been sick (flu) and doc has confirmed my iron levels are normal (this is the first time in my adult life this has ever happened!).
Give them a go!
Causes stomach bloating
I'm a fit and slim size 8 and after taking 2 vita gummies for Adults, my abdomen swelled up within 2 hours. I was shocked. I will now stick to my usual vitamin tablets, no need for fancy bloating gummies.
Perfect for meat eaters! except for the sugar!
Well I recently became a vegetarian and thought supplements will help me keep up my nutrient levels that I will now miss from the meat content of my previous diet. Like many I am not a big fan of eating tablets everyday, so the idea of vitagummies was appealing. It was my fault however for not checking though that gummies is made from gelatin in this instance bovine. Must read fine print from now on! Found out there are very limited options for vegetarians and worse for vegans in terms of multivitamin supplements. Will keep researching.
beware if you have kids
My 3 year old opened the child proof lid no problem. They then had a feast with his younger sibling. These are a great idea but in hindsight something that looks and tastes like lollies doesn't belong in my household. Too much of a temptation for little people.
Has artificial colours and flavours!! Not natural at all!
If you are looking for a natural supplement this isnt it. It has many artifical colours and flavours and loads of sugar.
My son reacts to artificial ingredients and they aren't even listed on the container. Not sure why the full list of ingredients isn't listed for consumers.
Don't think because of the name "natures" way that you are buying a natural product. Far from it.
Couldn't stomach it.
I tried three times to take this suppliment and each time I had horrible GI distension and tightness the following day. I think it was from the Zinc. Not for those with sensitive GI.
Great Vitamin, whole family love it
We're family of 4 with 7 & 14 kids, so everyone enjoy eating this vitamin, as you know sometime it is really difficult to get them from food regularly. The whole point of gummies is to make it easier to eat without feeling you're eating medicine. So if you don't like sugar, choose something else, there are plenty choices out there.
Tastes good, does the job
I love these vita gummies!!! I could eat more than 3 but since they're not regular lollies I can't. To the people complaining about the amount of sugar in it, if you have a healthy diet already then it shouldn't be a problem to have a little bit of a sugar kick. You guys probably go off and eat sugar and unhealthy foods in another form. I, on the other hand, don't eat unhealthy so I love having my multivitamins and tiny bit of sugar. It also doesn't taste like vomit, it sort of does taste like multivitamins but the sweetness masks that taste. I just bought more of the women's multivitamins and the hair, skin and nails ones!
Vita Gummies and Kids Vita Gummies
Shock horror I thought they were healthy. 10 (53 grams) teaspoons of sugar per 100 grams They are 50% sugar.
Only 570 mg in 100 grams of gummies which is a 1/3 of a jar which equates to 36 gummies a day to get your average daily allowance. At around 20 dollars for 110 gummies which are 1/2 sugar and almost no Omega 3 in each gummie a waste of time consuming, and do we really need to eat all the sugar in them to be healthy the answer is NO. Another good reason to check the label closely. Kids Vita Gummies do not even disclose the sugar content, really bad nondisclosure item.
No ingredients list? Come on!
I was given some of these as I couldn't stomach my pregnancy vitamins, and figured any supplements were better than none! WRONG! I have food allergies, including an allergy to gelatine. Do you think I could find an ingredients list for this product anywhere? The only ingredients listed are the assorted vitamins each lolly contains, plus the extra information that it 'contains sugars, contains gluten'. Yes Nature's Way, but what about the rest of it? No way am I putting these in my body!
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