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on October 17, 2012
I don't doubt the sense of giving Vitamin D to breastfed babies.
Tri Vi Sol was recommended by the pediatritian. Why they put in artificial flavour and colouring in a product targeted at breastfed babies (not to mention the other additives) is beyond me. On top of the fact that those things are just not good for baby, my son hated the taste.
So I did my own research and we switched to Baby Ddrops. Only ingredient other than Vitamin D is coconut oil, odor- and tasteless, one drop onto Mommys nipple and baby's happy.
Why would a pediatrician recommend a product like this when there are much better alternatives?
Also, why is there Vitamin A and C in there?
Incidentally my son developed baby acne after we gave him the Tri Vi Sol (which we did only once, because the smell prompted me to check the label). Doesn't proof that there is a connection, but a week later it had cleared again.