Dietary Fiber




Explore Research at the University of Florida: Wendy Dahl, an assistant professor of food science and human nutrition, explains UF’s research into various di…

SmartyPants Kids Fiber Complete with No Sugar Added, Multi plus Omega 3 plus Vitamin D, 120 Count

SmartyPants Kids Fiber Gummies

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SmartyPants Kids Fiber Complete: Four Vitamins in One

SmartyPants Kids Fiber Complete contains no added sugar and combines 4 vitamins into one delicious serving of gummies: a full multivitamin, EPA and DHA Omega 3s sourced from sustainable small fish populations, 150% Recommended Daily Allowance (RDI) of Vitamin D3 — the form of Vitamin D a child’s body uses — plus 4 grams of Soluble Fiber. SmartyPants was created by parents and entrepreneurs who wanted their kids to get all the nutrients they needed without any of the bad stuff. We use only the highest quality and most effective natural form of key nutrients. We are sticklers about making sure our gummy vitamins are the right mix for kids’ bodies. We don’t use any fake or artificial flavors, sweeteners, preservatives, dyes, or added sugar.

What’s In Kids Fiber Complete

SmartyPants Kids Fiber Complete contains only high-quality nutrients and fish oil from leading nutritional manufacturer who are USP and GMP certified, as well as natural flavors and colors. SmartyPants Vitamins are made in California according to GMP safety standards, and every batch is tested for quality, purity, and nutrient levels using a third-party lab, so you know what’s on the label is really in the bottle. In addition, all SmartyPants products meet or exceed California Prop 65 and U.S. FDA standards.

What’s Not in Kids Fiber Complete

SmartyPants contains no High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) or artificial sweeteners because studies suggest that neither live up to the high health standards we have set for our gummies. While debate continues to surround HFCS, the results already documented are cause enough for us to exclude it. So too with artificial sweeteners like aspartame. Instead, we added no sugar to our fiber gummies, avoiding the potential health consequences of HFCS or artificial sweeteners.

Kids Fiber gummies

With no sugar added and made with natural orange, lemon, and strawberry-banana flavors.

The Benefits of Fiber for Kids

Fiber has been shown to promote digestive health, promote the development of beneficial gut bacteria, and promote regularity.

Soluble Fiber

4 grams of Soluble Fiber

Who Says Kids Need Fiber?

Harvard University, The Institute of Medicine, and the American Academy of Pediatrics all recommend fiber for optimum health.

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Courtney Nichols Gould, SmartyPants’ Founder and Co-CEO, with Edie

The Benefits of Omega 3s for Kids

Studies suggest that Omega 3s may help build cell membranes in the brain, which can help young brains develop and the potential to improve cognitive function. They may also aid in optimal eye development and health.

Omega 3s

Omega 3 DHA and EPA

Who Says Kids Need Omega 3s?

The National Institutes of Health, Harvard University, and the University of Maryland Medical Center all recommend Omega 3s for kids because they may help promote bone strength and aid brain development.

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The Benefits of Vitamin D for Kids

Vitamin D plays a key role in the body’s absorption of calcium. Together, they help bones grow strong. Without Vitamin D, your child’s body may struggle to absorb the calcium received from their diet. Vitamin D may also strengthen and improve the immune system.

Vitamin D

150% RDI of Vitamin D3

Who Says Kids Need Vitamin D?

Harvard University, The Vitamin D Council and the Mayo Clinic all recommend Vitamin D for kids to aid calcium absorption, promote bone strength and help muscles function.

Dietary Fiber

Explore Research at the University of Florida: Wendy Dahl, an assistant professor of food science and human nutrition, explains UF's research into various dietary fibers. One might think of fiber as something to buy separately at a grocery store, but UF is discovering new ways to incorporate fiber into food products like yogurts, cereal bars and baking goods.

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