Is there a recommended daily intake?

Jelly Drops are classified as confectionery so we're not able to recommend a certain usage, individuals are able to decide how many they wish to consume alongside other food and drink in their diet. Usually, people start with just a few with each meal, to slowly build Jelly Drops into the routine.

We have set the B Vitamin levels in our new Jelly Drops following extensive consultation with nutrition and healthcare experts. B vitamins are important for making sure the body's cells are working properly, by helping convert food into energy.

Each single pack contains 20% of the Nutritional Reference Value (NRV) of B6, 20% of B12 and 20% of B9. This allows for you to receive a significant boost in your vitamin intake, while still being able to comfortably eat multiple packs in a day without reaching upper recommended limits.

Each single pack contains 0.28 mg of Vitamin B6, 24 μg of Vitamin B9, and 0.50 μg of Vitamin B12.

The NHS recommends that you should have no more than 200mg of B6 each day and no more than 1mg of B9, both far above what you’d receive even if you had dozens of packs, or if you ate a regular amount alongside existing sources of vitamins. The NHS currently does not recommend an upper limit for B12.

As everyone is unique and has their own individual health requirements, if you have any questions or concerns, we recommend checking with your relevant medical professional.

Each individual pack of Jelly Drops houses 9 drops and has 50ml of water. This means that a 6x pack contains 54 drops and 300ml in total, which is the approximate equivalent to a glass of water. Please see here for the full ingredients and nutritional information. 

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