Previtamin Gocce

It is the multivitamin supplement for term infants.

The supplementation with Previtamin Gocce is recommended for the first year of life in the phases of rapid growth or during periods of convalescence due to debilitatives states.

The production process of Previtamin Gocce takes place in a protective atmosphere and exploits the filling in a nitrogen flow thus ensuring the quality of the product and protecting vitamins from degradation by air.

The particular packaging in glass vial provided with a dropper burnished gravimetric prevents tampering of the product upon exposure to light and reduces contamination.

The supplementation with Previtamin Gocce provides the child with the right amount of vitamins A, B9, B12, C, D and E to make up for any deficiency states which may arise for reduced or no intake of these nutrients from the diet (phases of rapid growth, convalescence, loss of appetite).

Previtamin Gocce contains:

Vitamin A to help:

  • the normal iron metabolism
  • the maintenance of visual acuity and mucous membranes
  • the function of the immune system

Vitamin B9 (folic acid) to help:

  • the normal function of the immune system and psychological function
  • the reduction of tiredness and fatigue

Vitamin C to help:

  • the normal formation of collagen to the function of blood vessels, bones, cartilage, gums and teeth.
  • the energy metabolism and the functioning of the nervous and immune systems
  • the protection of cells from oxidative stress, reduction of tiredness and fatigue

Vitamin D to help:

  • the normal levels of calcium in the blood
  • the normal absorption/utilization of calcium and phosphorus
  • the maintenance of normal bone, muscle function and immunity

Vitamin E to help protect cells from oxidative stress

Dietary supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied diet, balanced and healthy lifestyle.

Previtamin Gocce has a neutral taste that favors the intake by children and does not alter the taste of the milk.

Previtamin Gocce does not contain gluten or dyes.

Dosage: 10 drops per day for children from 0 to 12 months.

How to use: Take pure or diluted in water or milk.

Packaging: Brown glass bottle of 15 ml.

Storage: Store at room temperature in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposure to sources of localized heat, direct sunlight and contact with water. The expiration date refers to the product properly stored. Any slight variation in color is not an indication of quality deterioration of the product. Do not throw out in the environment after use.

Warnings: Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of the reach of children under three years old. Dietary supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied diet, balanced and healthy lifestyle.

Ingredients: Purified water, vitamin C, potassium hydrogen phosphate, emulsifier: E433, vitamin E, vitamin A, preservative: E202, folic acid, vitamin D3, vitamin B12, stabilizer: glucomannan, xanthan gum.



for 100 ml

for 10 drops

% RDA 

10 drops

Vitamin C

6 g

30 mg


Vitamin E

600 mg

3 mg


Vitamin A

75 mg

375 µg


Folic acid

10 mg

50 µg


Vitamin D3

2 mg

10 µg


Vitamin B12

60 µg

0,3 µg


Vitamin C degrades due to the effect of sterilization, packaging and storage

The degradation of vitamin C is particularly affected by packaging: the use of opaque bottles in three layers is associated with a complete degradation (oxidation) of vitamin C after 1 month of storage, while in an opaque bottle to 6 layers, without oxygen, the vitamin C content is reduced by 25% after 4 months of storage.

Then, to preserve the content of vitamin C is indispensable a packaging protected from light and oxygen; reducing the storage time and temperature the degradation of vitamin C slows down.

SOURCE: Effects of sterilization, packaging, and storage on vitamin C degradation, protein denaturation, and glycation in fortified milks. Gliguem H, Birlouez-Aragon I. J Dairy Sci. 2005 Mar; 88(3):891-9.


The bottle storage reduces the concentration of vitamins A and E in human milk and infant formula

An analysis of the levels of vitamin A and vitamin E in the mother’s milk (and artificial) into the bottle, it was found that the concentrations decrease after the first 20 minutes.

The results of the study indicate a reduction of 12% for vitamin A (retinol) and 35% for vitamin E (α-tocopherol).

SOURCE: Decreasing retinol and α-tocopherol concentrations in human milk and infant formula using varied bottle systems.Francis J, Rogers K, Dickton D, Twedt R, Pardini R. Matern Child Nutr. 2012 Apr;8(2):215-24.