Previtamin Plus

It is the complete multivitamin supplement in the form of high fructose corn syrup for children older than one year.

Previtamin Plus has been formulated according to the values ​​of the RDA (Recommended Daily Dose of Vitamins and Minerals published by the European Commission), which indicates the amount of vitamins to be taken to meet the minimum daily requirement.

Its pleasant taste favors the assumption by children.

The supplementation with Previtamin Plus provides the quantities recommended allowance (RDA) of B vitamins and vitamins A, 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 due to:

• debilitative states (influenza virus, respiratory treat inflammation, fevers and infectious diseases) that involve periods of poor appetite and further burden on an already weakened body.

• antibiotic therapies that alter the physiological balance of the intestinal flora, responsible for the synthesis of certain vitamins and the absorption of others.

Previtamin Plus contains:

Vitamin A to help:

  • the normal iron metabolism
  • the maintenance of normal vision
  • the normal function of the immune system

Group B vitamins to help:

  • the normal energetic metabolism
  • the normal functioning of the nervous system

Vitamin C to help:

  • the normal formation of collagen for the function of blood vessels, bones, cartilage, gums and teeth.
  • the normal functioning of the nervous and immune systems
  • the protection of cells from oxidative stress

Vitamin D to help:

  • the normal absorption/utilization of calcium and phosphorus
  • the maintenance of normal bone

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.

Supplementation with Previtamin Plus is a complete and balanced, because it provides a balanced daily intake of key vitamins.

Previtamin Plus has a pleasant taste that favors the recruitment especially by children. Previtamin Plus does not contain gluten.


– 5 ml (1 scoop) a day up to 3 years old

– 10 ml (2 scoops) a day for ages above

How to use: Take pure with meals (to facilitate the absorption of fat soluble vitamins).

Packaging: Bottle of 100 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: Fructose, purified water, vitamin C, nicotinamide, vitamin E, calcium pantothenate, vitamin B6, vitamin B2, vitamin B1, vitamin A, folic acid, flavorings, biotin, vitamin D, vitamin B12.




for 100 ml

for 10 ml

2 scoops


2 scoops


66,7 g

6,67 g

Vitamin C

800 mg

80 mg


Vitamin B

160 mg

16 mg


Vitamin E

120 mg

12 mg


 Pantothenic acid

60 mg

6 mg


Vitamin B6

14 mg

1,4 mg


Vitamin B2

14 mg

1,4 mg


Vitamin B1

11 mg

1,1 mg


Vitamin A

4000 µg

400 µg


Folic acid

2000 µg

200 µg


Vitamin B8

500 µg

50 µg


Vitamin D3

50 µg

5 µg


Vitamin B12 

25 µg

2,5 µg



266,8 kcal

26,68 kcal


1116,82 kJ

111,68 kJ

Vitamin A in immunity mediated by T cells

A review published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in November 2012, discussed the role of retinoic acid (the main metabolite of vitamin A) in promoting the differentiation of regulatory T cells, which help to suppress inflammatory reactions, and in modulating the immunity at the level of mucosa through the activation of T cells.

In a state of vitamin A deficiency, the inflammatory response of T cells may be inadequate.

SOURCE: Vitamin A and retinoic acid in T cell-related immunity. Ross AC. Am J Clin Nutr. 2012 Nov;96(5):1166S-72S.


Supplementation of vitamin D3 in patients with recurrent respiratory tract infections: a randomized, double-blind

A study published in the BMJ in January 2013 showed that supplementation with vitamin D3 may reduce the risk of developing respiratory tract infections. The study was double-blind study of 2 groups, both consisting of 70 patients with antibody deficiency or suffering from frequent respiratory tract infections:

• The first group took a supplement of vitamin D3 (4000 IU);

• The second group received placebo.

The result of the study was a reduction of infections in the group that took the supplement of vitamin D3.

In addition, the results indicate that supplementation with vitamin D3 has reduced the use of antibiotics by 60% in patients with frequent infections of the respiratory tract.

SOURCE: Vitamin D3 supplementation in patients with frequent respiratory tract infections: a randomised and double-blind intervention study.Peter Bergman, Anna-Carin Norlin, Susanne Hansen et al. BMJ 2012;2:e001663.