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Champs M


CHAMPS M is especially useful as a multivitamin supplement.

 

CHAMPS M is a pleasant tasting, chewable tablet which contains 9 essential vitamins as a diet supplement.

 

EACH TABLET CONTAINS :

Vitamin A

1500 iu

Vitamin D

150 iu

Vitamin E

10 iu

Vitamin C

50 mg

Vitamin B12

2 mcg

Vitamin B1

0.5 mg

Riboflavin (B2)

0.6 mg

Pyridoxine HCI (B6)

0.5 mg

Nicotinamide

6.5 mg

DOSAGE
Above 1 year of age, 1 to 2 tablets daily or as directed by physician.

ADVERSE EFFECTS

Black stool, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting and stomach cramps or pain. Usually when the correct dosage is taken, adverse effects are rare.

 

WARNING
Do not take more than the recommended daily dosage. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if any one of the mentioned adverse effects continues or is bothersome.


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