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An extra vitamin boost for kids

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      21.11.2000 18:28
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      If like me, you’re a hideous, pale, wheezing, scrawny, sickly excuse for a human being then chances are you could well do with a vitamin boost. There are plenty of vitamin supplements on the market, I’ve even heard that some foods contain vitamins but I very much doubt that. Anyway, I’m far too rock ‘n’ roll to ever consider health issues, I get all the vitamins I need from cigarettes and toothpaste thankyou very much. My four year old son, Bass Jnr, is a different matter entirely however, and I would much prefer to see him grow into a strapping young lad who all the ladies admire for his fresh complexion, muscular frame, twinkling eyes and bouncy hair. I therefore take his vitamin requirements seriously. He’s just getting to the age where he can tell the difference between healthy and unhealthy food and plumps for the unhealthy every time. But Dynajets always manage to fool him! Tasty, chewy sweet like things, Dynajets take on the appearance of the tastiest treat imaginable to a four year old. They trick him into thinking they are unhealthy and goodness free when in actual fact they are packed with all eleven essential vitamins needed for healthy growth and development. They come in a colourful bottle containing 30 tablets. Kids only need one a day after a meal to reap the benefits so a month's supply is available for just a few pounds. Of course, Dynajets cannot be relied upon as the only source of vitamins for a growing lad like Bass Jnr but they certainly help give a boost when he won’t eat his veg! As for me, I’ve tried a Dynajet and, being somewhat older and wiser than Bass Jnr, I could immediately taste the vitamin goodness secretly stashed inside...Disgusting! I washed away the taste with a pint of watery ale and a cigar and quickly returned to my feeble, frail, pallid self...Aaah, that’s better!

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      An extra vitamin boost for kids