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00112 - Doctor's Choice ™ Male Teens
For anyone with concerns about gluten, rest assured that this supplement is free of the protein.Safe and effective for kids.As a pioneer in science-based supplements, we have a pharmaceutical-minded commitment to quality from the moment ingredients arrive, to the day finished supplements ship from our drug GMP audited facility.
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Doctor's Choice Male Teens

teens multivitamin
Multivitamin for strong nutritional foundation that's great for active teen lifestyles.
$30.95 $24.76
120 Tablets
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Why take multivitamins?

Our diets may not be enough.

Teens are notoriously lax when it comes to healthy food, but many Americans have nutritional gaps in their diets - even when they try to eat a healthy diet. Multivitamins can help fill those gaps.

Why choose Doctor's Choice Male Teens?

Because adolescent boys have unique nutritional needs.

For example, Doctor's Choice Male Teens includes: Extra vitamin A and zinc, as well as sarsaparilla. Vitamin A fights free radicals, contributes to the immune system, and supports clear skin.* Generally, adolescent boys suffer more from occasional acne because of the changing levels of male hormones. And, researchers are exploring the link between sarsaparilla and skin health.*


Sexual maturation increases male teens' need for zinc, which is involved in the immune system and the male sex glands.* Doctor's Choice Male Teens is an iron-free formula, because male teens generally don't require supplemental iron.

 
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