I am relatively new to NT/WAPF we've joined a co-op that gets us raw milk, buttermilk, grass fed meat and the most wonderful orange-yolk eggs. I have been soaking our oatmeal and pancakes and even tried liver (uh...not so great
I have been giving my 19 month old CLO (Nordic Naturals, about 1750 IU's Vitamin A per tsp) and found that her skin is softer, eczema patches healed, and she's gained weight. Great! I really like this whole approach to eating and children.
Here's my question: When giving kids cod liver oil, especially if we switch to the high-vitamin kind, what do you do about the other vitamin and minerals? I like to give my kids a multi because it seems to boost their immunity and energy. But I don't feel safe giving them such an enormous daily dose of Vitamin A. (CLO + multi) Rainbow Light for kids has both Vitamin A palminate and beta carotene, but it doesn't tell how much of one vs. the other.
Am I making any sense? How do you guys supplement other vit/minerals for young children, if at all?