Disclaimer: Through my affiliation with Fit Approach, I received SmartyPants Vitamins in exchange for this review. As always, all opinions are my own.
Living a healthy lifestyle isn’t just about eating healthy and exercising. No matter how closely those who eat healthy watch the food that they eat, its often difficult to focus on getting all of the essential nutrients and vitamins solely through food. That’s where vitamins and other supplements come into play.
One of the things I hate most about taking vitamins is the poor taste of most of them, and the difficulty I face in swallowing most pills. Since vitamins also tend to upset my stomach, I find that I have to take them with dinner instead of breakfast when my stomach isn’t empty. Despite how necessary I know it is to take my vitamins, especially now that I’m pregnant, it doesn’t change the fact that I usually hate taking them because of how I feel while I’m swallowing them or how I feel once I start to digest them.
Enter SmartyPants Vitamins. These vitamins are unlike traditional vitamins. Think kid friendly, but made for adults. These vitamin gummies look and taste like gummy bears, but are packed full of essential vitamins that we all need to take everyday. Not only do they taste great, but in the almost two weeks that I’ve been using them my stomach hasn’t been upset by them once. Because they taste great, I actually find myself wanting to eat more of them than you’re supposed to on a daily basis.
I was sent and tried out the SmartyPants Adult Complete Vitamins. Some of the highlights of these vitamins include:
- They are only gummy multivitamin on the market that contains omega 3s and vitamin D3
- They don’t contain any high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors, or preservatives
- They are gluten free and casein free
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QOTD: How do you ensure that you get your daily recommended vitamins?