Alvityl® Vitality Syrup – from the age of 3 years

Alvityl Vitality Syrup

Fatigue, lack of energy or loss of vitality?

Alvityl ® Vitality Syrup is a formula with 11 vitamins to cover 100% of the intake of the whole family from 3 years old. To ensure optimum vitamins’ preservation, its liquid formula is protected in an exclusive pressurized bottle. To satisfy children each morning, Alvityl ® Vitality oral solution has a delicious fruity taste.

What are the benefits of Alvityl ® Vitality Syrup ?

Its formula combines 11 vitamins in doses specially chosen to cover 100% of the nutrient reference values to:

  • Bring the body energy and vitality thanks to vitamins B1, B3, B6, B8, B12 and C, which help reduce tiredness and fatigue
  • Contribute to bone growth thanks to vitamin D

Thanks to its liquid form and pleasant flavour, it is particularly suitable for young children and appeals to their taste buds, and is also ideal for adults with swallowing difficulties.

Its exclusive pressurised bottle provides optimal protection of the vitamins, even after opening.

Active ingredients:

Vitamins Per 5ml %NRVs* Per 10ml %NRVs*
A 400 µg 50% 800 µg 100%
B1 0,55 mg 50% 1,1 mg 100%
B2 0,7 mg 50% 1,4 mg 100%
B3 (PP) 8 mg 50% 16 mg 100%
B5 3 mg 50% 6 mg 100%
B6 0,7 mg 50% 1,4 mg 100%
B8 0,025 mg 50% 0,05 mg 100%
B12 1,25 µg 50% 2,5 µg 100%
 C  40 mg 50%  80 mg 100%
 D3  2,5 µg 50%  5 µg 100%
 E  6 mg 50%  12 mg 100%

**NRVs = Nutrient Reference Values

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How to use Alvityl ® Vitality Syrup?

  • Children aged from 3 to 6 years: 1 teaspoon (5 ml) per day.
  • Children over the age of 6 years, teenagers, adults: 2 teaspoons (10 ml) per day.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
To be used in addition to a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Shake the bottle before use. Do not bend over during use.

After each use, unclip the orange tip and rinse the top of the bottle and the orange tip thoroughly with warm water to prevent them clogging up.

Product availability varies from country to country.

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