Junior Revive FAQs
Junior Revive is formulated for children aged 4-12 years.
Both products contain the same ingredients. However, as a child grows their level of nutrient requirements vary which is why we have developed a product targeted at the needs of young children as well as a different one for teenagers.
It is recommended that your child takes Junior Revive in the morning, Monday-Friday, fitting into their daily routine. Junior Revive is best taken in the morning with or after food.
Junior Revive can be added to water or juice, but it also works well in foods such as yogurt and is barely noticeable.
Yes Junior Revive is vegan & vegetarian friendly.
Junior Revive is Gluten Free.
No, Junior Revive is unique in its comprehensive formulation. It contains 18 vitamins & minerals for healthy growth & development, along with brain health & immune system support. Junior Revive also contains 4 fruit & vegetable powders. Junior Revive also contains prebiotics & probiotics for digestive & gut health. Junior Revive contains Wellmune®, a 1,3/1,6 beta glucans.
There is no sugar or added sweeteners in Junior Revive so it is suitable for diabetics.
Children can be fussy and change their mind from one week to the next, so we felt the best flavour was no flavour! Also, in an effort to make this product as natural as possible it is free from artificial flavourings.
We are governed by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) and have to follow both Irish and European legislation and guidelines in relation to safe levels of vitamins and minerals. We abide by the European Union (EU) food law (Directive2002/46/EC) which sets out the legal requirements that must be complied with when a food supplement is placed on the EU market. We also follow the recently published guidance document by the FSAI – The safety of vitamins and minerals in food supplements – establishing tolerable upper levels and a risk assessment approach for products manufactured in Ireland, in addition to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) tolerable upper levels for vitamins and minerals.
Before we place any product on the market, we have to register the product with the FSAI and have to ensure all levels of vitamins and minerals are within legislation.