I have written a lot on here with my struggle to get Jackson to eat. Since he was diagnosed as failure to thrive, I have always had the challenge of getting him to eat. Not just a square meal or a healthy meal, but anything. Because of this, I always worry about his nutrition. Is he getting the vitamins and minerals he needs to grow? Are carrots enough? I know they’re not, so I’ve always supplemented his *very limited* diet with multi-vitamins. When the makers of Voots® Veggie-Fruit Tarts emailed me to let me know about their supplement and offer a free sample, I knew I needed our family to try them.
Voots are veggie-fruit tarts with the vitamin C antioxidant power* of 3 servings of fruits and vegetables in just 2 tasty, chewable tarts. Voots sent me a sample to try and we are hooked! They come conveniently packaged in little packets of 2 so it’s easy to throw in your purse and have on the go. Jackson is a big fan of Voots and asks for them by name every day. I feel good knowing he is getting a little extra nutrition and vitamin C, especially since it is the season for colds and flus.
You can buy Voots nationwide at Target and Sam’s Clubs. For more information on Voots, please visit their web site at Voots.com.
Voots has kindly offered to give one lucky Baby Gators Den reader a Voots prize pack! To enter, just leave a comment below and/or use the Rafflecopter widget.
The Voots Prize Pack (valued at more than $30) includes:
A cute t-shirt featuring the Voots brand fruit and veggie characters
reusable lunch bag
magnet & picture frame
- 45-day supply of Voots Veggie-Fruit Tarts
I was sent a sample of Voots with the hopes I would share my honest opinion.
I received no monetary compensation and as always, my opinions are my own.
*Voots supplements contain 60 mg Vitamin C per serving. The average Vitamin C content of the top 20 most commonly consumed fruits and top 20 most commonly consumed vegetables is 19 mg per serving, for a total of 58 mg per three servings. Voots supplements are not intended to replace your daily intake of fruits and vegetables, which are important sources of fiber and additional nutrients. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.