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The ranges given in the table below are for one tablet and dosages could vary from one to six tablets per day.
|Vitamin A||500-1200 IUs|
|Vitamin D3||20-100 IUs|
|Vitamin B1||2-10 mg|
|Vitamin B2||2-10 mg|
|Vitamin B6||2-15 mg|
|Vitamin B12||10-25 mcg|
|Vitamin E d-Alpha||10-50 IUs|
|Calcium Pantothenate (B5)||30-60mg|
|Iodine from kelp||10-25mcg|
NOTE: Nutritional supplements, such as the one described above, should not be given to children without first consulting your medical or health care practitioner.
Specialized supplements, in liquid form or as a chewable tablet are available.
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