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emoticon I purchased One-a-Day Teenage Vitamins for Her and One-A-Day Teenage Vitamins for Him for my two teenagers. I can't testify to whether these vitamins have an adequate balance of nutrients, but I will say that I will NOT purchase these again because of the amount of food coloring in them. The boy's vitamin is really saturated with dark blue food coloring, and the girls is hot pink. I am disappointed they chose to add so much dye to what are supposed to be healthy products.

- Submitted by DISCOVERLLH 4/20/2011 in Product Reviews | 3 Comments
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PAMROPER 6/13/2011 3:30:00 PM

    I asked the pharmacist what the difference was between that and regular daily vitamins. He said nothing so I bought the blue ones for my son thinking he would take them more often. We finally figured out they were giving him diarrhea - it must have been all that blue dye. I do not recommend these at all.
KIMCRISLER 6/3/2011 12:12:00 PM

    My son threw up every single time he took those vitamins...until we threw them away. If I remember correctly, the dosage is two of those big crazy blue pills. emoticon
MARGARITTM 4/21/2011 11:12:00 AM

    Thanks for the heads up - I will pass the word!

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