I know complete nutrition is the key for my kids to stay strong and away from sickness. That is why I make sure to serve them nutritious foods everyday. However, we still need a help of Vitamins we can get from food supplements to make sure they are getting the sufficient vitamins they need for their age and capacity.

For the past three months, my two kids have been changing food supplements. I used to always request our Pedia to change my kid's food supplements right after they got sick. Lately, they are very prone to cough and sinusitis. I can no longer count how many times it happened that my kiddos woke up with cough or runny nose.
After two days of medication, they are always back to track but after a week or so, the cough with runny nose revisits. I just grew tired of asking our Pedia for a new prescription of food supplements.

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I remember, I received a sample Vitamin C from Unilab. The Ascorbic Acid Ceelin. I stopped giving them the prescribed vitamin C and instead just gave them Ceelin Vitamin C everyday.

The kids have become less prone to cough and colds. I am glad at the positive effect of this food supplement that I immediately purchased a new bottle of Ascorbic Acid Ceelin. I bought the syrup for ages 2-12. My youngest is 2 while my eldest is 8, so I believe this one is just right for both of them. It only costs Php 53.50/60ml at our local drugstore.

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Each 5ml (1 teaspoonful) syrup contains Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) - 100 mg

Mommies, make it a habit to always check the package if it has a manufacturing and expiration date.
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For parents that are looking for a good and safe Vitamin C for their child, I highly reommend Ascorbic Acid Ceelin because my kids became healthier and have developed strong defense from free radicals.

Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. I bought one or more of the products mentioned above with my own money. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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