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Haliborange Baby&Toddler Multivitamin Liquid 1 Month+ 250ml
  • Haliborange Baby&Toddler Multivitamin Liquid 1 Month+ 250ml
  • Haliborange Baby&Toddler Multivitamin Liquid 1 Month+ 250ml
  • Haliborange Baby&Toddler Multivitamin Liquid 1 Month+ 250ml

Haliborange Baby&Toddler Multivitamin Liquid 1 Month+ 250ml

From £4.95

Product features

  • Supports infants and children's immune system
  • Contains essential vitamins they need every day
  • Tasty Orange Liquid
  • Supports Health and Wellbeing
  • No artificial colours or flavours or added sugar
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • UK's No.1 Kids Vitamins Brand


Haliborange Baby&Toddler Multivitamin Liquid 1 Month+ is a tasty way for your child to get essential vitamins they need every day.

The Haliborange range

Haliborange is a leading children’s healthcare brand. It produces a range of supplements aimed specifically at children. Haliborange is the UK’s number one kids vitamin brand. Loved and trusted for generations, Haliborange is specifically tailored to support a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Haliborange recognises that for parents today it can be a challenge getting children to eat a healthy and balanced diet, which is why the range features a whole of host of different combinations of essential vitamins and minerals to help support a child’s growth and development at every stage – from age one month to their teenage years.

Haliborange Baby&Toddler Multivitamin Liquid

This Multivitamin Liquid from Haliborange range is here to support infants and children's immune system with a tasty orange flavour.

  • Tasty Orange Liquid
  • Supports Health and Wellbeing
  • No artificial colours or flavours or added sugar
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • UK's No.1 Kids Vitamins Brand
  • Contains essential vitamins they need every day

Vitamin A: Supports normal vision.

Vitamin C: Supports the immune system.

Vitamin D: Essential for the normal growth and development of bones in children

Vitamin B5: Supports normal mental performance.


Why Choose Haliborange

Haliborange is a trusted, family-oriented brand with a long heritage of providing innovative solutions for the family’s health protection. The Haliborange range contains supplements specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of children at every stage. Whether you are looking to support your child’s healthy brain function with omega-3 nutrients or you have concerns about helping to maintain their bone or immune health, there is a Haliborange supplement tailored to your child’s needs. The supplements in the range offer a selection of great tasting flavours including strawberry, orange and blackcurrant which children love. And because every child is different, Haliborange offers a range of formats including liquids, chewable tablets, capsules and softies so that you can find the supplement best suited to your child.

Food supplements are intended to supplement the diet and should not be regarded as a substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle.

Do not exceed the recommended dosage.

UK Department of Health recommends that all children aged 6 month to 5 years are given supplement that contains Vitamin A, C,& D*.  Unless they are receiving 500ml of infant formula or more per day. *(Source nhs.uk)

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How can I boost my child's immune system?

Everyone knows that as soon as your child goes to school, they seem to come into contact with every single bug there is! One of the most important ways to ward off those annoying colds and flu symptoms is to make sure your child’s immune system is working efficiently. While you can’t shield your child from every single bug around, there are some top tips you can follow to help them fight off as many as possible.

Top 5 tips for helping your child’s immune system

1. Make your child’s diet a bug fighting diet!
It all starts with a healthy diet. Make sure your child is getting a varied diet which includes plenty of fresh, whole foods including fresh fruit and vegetables, nuts, seeds, good fats and lean proteins. Many nutrients help our children’s health but we know that Vitamin D and Vitamin C are especially important for supporting the immune system. Try to include immune boosting foods which contain these nutrients such as eggs, oily fish, dark green leafy vegetables and berries – delicious and healthy! Also make sure your child is getting outside enough. This is to give them a chance of catching some of the sun’s rays to help manufacture Vitamin D. We are only able to make vitamin D from the action of sunlight during the months of April to September.

Sugar has been known to cause a problem with our immune system (1). To help keep your child’s immune system up and running, try to limit their intake of sugar and sugar containing foods such as ready meals and confectionery. If you are worried that your child might not be getting all their nutrients from their diet, you can offer them a tasty Vitamin C for kids supplement or a children’s immune support supplement.

2. Is your child getting enough sleep?
Depending on their age, children need between 10 – 14 hours sleep. Many children aren’t getting enough. Lack of sleep can lower a child’s immune system leaving them more open to being affected by germs and bacteria (2). When children are overtired and overstimulated, they find it difficult to get to sleep. Try to give them at least an hour before bedtime with no TV or computers etc. This can be a quiet time for reading which will help get them in the mood for sleep.

3. Is your child stressed?
We tend to think that stress is only something that adults suffer from. We now know that children can often be stressed too. Children’s bodies have the same response to stress that adult bodies do – this means that elevated stress hormones can lower the immune response (3). Yoga and meditation is very popular now and could be something to consider if you think your child is stressed.

4. Is your child getting enough exercise?
Exercise is helpful for a good immune system (4). Regular and moderate exercise is to be encouraged not only for the immune system for general overall good health as well. Aim for 30 minutes of exercise every day and make it fun for your child. Skipping, playing football, running around, playing tag and cycling are all types of exercise that can be fun for the child yet still be good quality exercise.

5. Is your child having fun?
Make sure your child (and you) laugh every day! It’s thought that laughter may actually increase certain cells which help our immune system (5)! Laughter also reduces stress and increases feel-good hormones called endorphins. Have fun!

Side Effects

Like all supplements, Haliborange Baby&Toddler Multivitamin Liquid can cause side effects, however, this may be less likely.

Read the instructions on the packaging carefully before use.

  • Do not use it if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
  • Use as directed.

If you experience any irritation while using this product, stop using it.

If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, our Rightdose pharmacists or nurse.

Info Leaflet

 Looking after your Baby or Toddler

For Babies

Breast or formula feeding

There is a lot of advice out there with regards to the best nutrition and wellbeing of your baby. The Department of Health recommends breastfeeding until your baby is six months old. During this time your baby is receiving important nutrients through breast milk and/or formula feeding. Did you know that Omega-3 DHA occurs naturally in a mother’s milk, which is why it’s often added to formula milks.

After six months, breast milk alone doesn’t provide your baby with enough minerals and nutrients, so other foods are needed. During this time vitamins A, C and D are particularly important.

Whilst they are still young, why not try and get them interested in new and exciting foods! Colours and textures can be explored. It’s a whole new world opening up for those little taste buds. When this happens, you’ll probably breathe a sigh of relief that you’ve actually found something they like. But make sure you don’t give them the same foods all the time - after all, a varied diet is a healthy one!


One of the advantages of waiting until 6 months to introduce solids is that it will reduce the likelihood of your baby developing reactions to certain foods. This is even more important if you have a family history of allergies.

However, no two babies are the same. If your instincts tell you that your baby needs to start solids before six months, discuss it with your health visitor first. This timing is particularly relevant if your baby was born prematurely. The Department of Health states that solid foods should not be introduced before the end of your baby’s fourth month (20 weeks). If you decide to wean your baby onto solids before six months, remember there are a number of foods that need to be avoided, such as those containing gluten, wheat, liver, eggs, soft and unpasteurized cheeses, fish and shellfish.

For Toddlers

Blink, and your baby will have become a toddler. Day by day they’ll become more active and aware of their surroundings. During this time they’ll continue to learn, become more inquisitive and begin to absorb what is happening around them.

Having been on solids for some time and because they are now much more active, the demands on their body and mind are increasing as well. Toddlers need about 1000 calories a day (just to give you an idea, the daily intake for adult women is 2000 and 2500 for men) from across all the major food groups.

Here is what toddlers will need each day:

  • three to four servings a day of fruit and vegetables
  • three to four servings a day of starchy food, such as potato, bread and rice
  • two servings a day of meat, fish, eggs, dhal or other pulses (beans and lentils)

Toddlers vary quite a lot in the amount they eat – anything from a quarter to half an adult portion size. As their stomachs are small, they may prefer to eat little and often rather than have three larger meals a day.

Getting your toddler to eat a balanced diet is advisable and more exotic foods can be introduced as they grow and develop. It’s all about giving your child access to a wide variety of foods that over a long period of time will give them all the nutrition their body needs. Foods that have high amounts of salt, sugar and saturated fat should be avoided, whilst fruit and vegetables are a definite must for your child’s growth and development.

During this time you may experience periods when your toddler is fussy about what they eat and however much you try, it is sometimes difficult to get your child to eat a balanced diet.

A comprehensive range of vitamin and mineral supplements can never replace a balanced diet. However, supplements can provide mums with peace of mind that they are giving their child additional nutritional support when their child is not managing to eat a balanced diet.

Which Nutrients should you be particularly aware of?

Plenty of foods naturally contain vitamins but it is not always easy to get all the nutrients we need from diet alone. Discover the relevant nutrient information for each vitamin or mineral and how it can benefit your child. For more information refer to the “Essential Vitamin” section.


Is essential for normal strong bones and teeth. Milk is the most important source, which should be full fat up to the age of two years old.


Play a vital role in providing energy, carrying vitamins around the body and helping build cell membranes. A low-fat diet is not appropriate for toddlers, it’s important to include good fats. Good fats are unsaturated fats or polyunsaturated fats which should make up the majority of fat intake and include oily fish; olive and vegetable oils and spreads.

Vitamin D

Helps the body to absorb calcium. The most well-known source is sunlight (from May to September); food sources include oily fish, eggs and spreads.

Vitamin C

Helps support the immune system. It’s found in citrus fruits, berries, blackcurrants, kiwi fruit, tomatoes, peppers, broccoli and green leafy vegetables.


Without iron, the body can’t make haemoglobin, which carries oxygen around the body. Red meats contain plentiful supplies of iron, but getting younger children to eat red meat may be difficult, so supplements may provide a good alternative for mums with fussy kids*.



Recommended daily intake:

  • Infants, 1 month to 4 months:  Half a 5ml teaspoon daily.
  • Infants, 4 months to 4 years: One 5ml teaspoon daily.
  • Children 4 years and over: Two 5ml teaspoons daily.

For children under 6 months: the liquid can be mixed with milk or water.


Food supplements are intended to supplement the diet and should not be regarded as a substitute for a varied diet and healthy lifestyle.

Do not exceed the recommended dosage.


Nutrition Information & Ingredients
Nutrition Per 5ml %NRV**

  • Vitamin A 200 µg RE 25
  • Vitamin D 3.5 µg 70
  • Vitamin E 2 mg α-TE 17
  • Vitamin C 25 mg 31
  • Thiamin (Vitamin B1) 0.3 mg 27
  • Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 0.4 mg 29
  • Niacin 5 mg NE 31
  • Vitamin B6 0.35 mg 25
  • Pantothenic Acid 1.33 mg 22.


Water, Glycerol, Ascorbic Acid, Acidity Regulators: Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Stabiliser: Xanthan Gum, Niacinamide, Flavour: Orange Oil, Sodium Chloride, Preservative: Sorbic Acid, Vitamin E, D-Panthenol, Vitamin B2, Vitamin A Prep. (Vitamin A Palmitate, DL Alpha Tocopherol), Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Vitamin D Prep. (Fractionated Vegetable Oil, Vitamin D, DL Alpha Tocopherol).


  • Store out of direct sunlight.
  • Once opened, store in a fridge and use it within 8 weeks.

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