CHAMPS Chewable Vitamins for my Li’l Champions

“Mama, where’s my Champs?”
“Mama, can I have my Champs now?”
“Mama, after I finish this will you give me my Champs?”

I am telling you, my kids have never looked forward to taking their vitamins more than they do with Champs.   Other than really awful tasting antibiotics, vitamins and other medicines are easy to give to my little ones.  Just hand them the medicine cup and they’d dutifully take their medicine or vitamins.  What makes Champs different from their previous vitamins is that they themselves are the ones who ask for it.

CHAMPS Chewable Vitamins

One of the flagship brands of the largest generic company in Malaysia, Chemical Company of Malaysia (CCM), CHAMPS is a variety of multivitamin preparations formulated to address specific needs of various segments of the pediatric age group.  Through Champs, CCM is able to advocate health and wellness by providing medicines that are effective but affordable.

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Kids Love CHAMPS

With their fun shapes and tasty flavors, CHAMPS Chewable Vitamins makes taking vitamins really fun for children.  As I’ve mentioned, my kids look forward to taking their Champs during dinner.  Of course, before I gave the vitamins to my little ones my husband and I tasted the vitamins first.  The Champs C + Lysine tastes real sweet which makes it my fave.  The Champs Omega-3 Plus tastes similar but leaves a slight fishy aftertaste.

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Dads can have CHAMPS, too!

Jade is the sickly one whose weight is always at the bottom of the weight curve so we’ve been giving her the Champs C + Lysine.  She has only been taking it for a couple of weeks but we’ve already noticed a boost in appetite.  Her cheeks are starting to get fuller which means she’s gaining a bit of weight already.

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The Champs Omega-3 Plus is what we’re giving Jakei.  Brain development is difficult to measure so we won’t really know how effective the vitamins are but anything that would boost mind power is fine for us.  This variant has a fishy aftertaste but my little Jakei doesn’t seem to mind it as he still loves taking his “heart Champs”.

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There’s a CHAMPS Just for You

CHAMPS Chewable vitamins come in five variants which are:

Champs C (Fun Vitamins for Protection) – heart-shaped orange-flavored chewtabs that contain Vitamin C (Calcium Ascorbate and Sodium Ascorbate) for protection against common illnesses. ½ tab provides 140% of RDA of Vitamin C for children.

Champs C + Lysine (Fun Recovery Vitamin Combination) – donut-shaped tutti-frutti flavoured chewtabs that enhance appetite during sickness for fast recovery.  Contains Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) and Lysine Hydrochloride.

Champs M (Fun Vitamins to Maintain General Health) – triangle-shaped pineapple-flavored multivitamins that promote general health.  One chewtab a day gives you more than 100% RDA of Vitamins A, E, C, and B12.  It also provides other essential dietary nutrients including Vitamins D, B1, B2, B6, and B3.

Champs M + Lysine (Fun on Taste, Big on Appetite) – donut-shaped, orange-flavored chew tabs that contain 9 essential dietary nutrients (vitamins A, D, C, E, B1, B2, B6, B12, B3), lysine, and folic acid.  This is the Champs for picky eaters in need for a great boost in appetite.

Champs Omega 3-Plus (Brain Vitamins for Kids) – heart-shaped tutti-frutti flavores chewtabs that contain 9 essential dietary nutrients (vitamins A, D, C, E, B1, B2, B6, B12, B3) and Omega-3 from natural fish oil.  This variant boosts brain development and performance helping your kids be academic champs.

Some variants contain Aspartame and use food additives like Ponceau 4R and FD&C Yellow No 6 so you may want to check the label first if you’re sensitive to any of these ingredients.

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CHAMPS is Budget-Friendly

I did the Math and found out that at as low as P 1.80 per day, your child can have a vitamin boost already.  A 30-tab bottle of Champs C costs only P108. A child needs only ½ a tablet a day to meet his RDA of Vitamin C.   Even the priciest among all the variants, Champs M + Lysine, costs only P252 per bottle of 30 tabs.  That’s just still P 8.40 / day.

Champs C – P 108
Champs C + Lysine – P 135
Champs M – P 180
Champs M + Lysine – P252
Champs Omega-3 Plus – P252

Instead of buying your child a small bag of chips, give him some Champs!  It’s not only healthful, it’s also cheaper than junk food.


CHAMPS Giveaway

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Since CCM was gracious enough to have sent me packages of CHAMPS Chewable Vitamins, I’m sharing some of them with you.  Two of the Tottering Mama’s readers will each get a gift pack with 3 Champs Chewable vitamins, a CHAMPS Tumbler, and a Toys R’ Us P100 GC for your little one.  Submit your entries through the Rafflecopter below:

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  1. Josephine Soliman Gregorio says

    Josephine Soliman-Gregorio
    by pursuing his dream and tolerate his interest right now, with proper guidance and care from a supportive family, i am confident that he will be a champ a someday!

  2. Gwen is currently taking the green one, multivitamins + lysine. When she was sick, I gave her the C + Lysine naman.

  3. Lorna Puno says

    Lorna Puno
    i can make my kids a champion by giving them my full support in everything they do that will improve their well being and filled them with love and care to make them more happy in life to be positive and be more active in life.

  4. Mary Ann Laquian says

    Mary Ann Laquian
    Aside from giving my child my 100% love and support, I always make sure I give him proper nutrition. Proper nutrition will keep him physically and mentally well – ready to face any challenge!

  5. sherry ann gole cruz says

    Full Name:sherry ann gole cruz
    FB Profile Name:sherry ann
    I make MY child a champion by guiding them to fulfill their dreams,i do make sure they eat properly and they have all what every kid need,love,support,home and guidance

  6. May Ongsioco says

    Name:May Ongsioco
    Fb name: Yam Ongsioco
    By teaching them responsibility & always praise effort and hard work.

  7. karren alon says

    karren alon
    fb name: karren alon
    By teaching them responsibility & always praise effort and hard work.

  8. Maricel Fajardo
    By leading them to the right path and share them about God and Eat proper nutritious food..

  9. Full Name: Cherleen Manette Aquino
    FB Profile Name: Manette Flores-Aquino
    Email Address: manette.aquino(at)gmail(dot)com

    How do I make my child a champion? I support him in his every activity and interest. I encourage him to do his best in everything he does.

  10. Vlelyn Ang says

    Vlelyn Ang
    fb name: Vlelyn Ang
    I make my son a champion by supporting his dreams and ambitions. I see to it that I am here for him 24/7
    if he has some questions or doubts. I help him attain good grades by teaching him , and preparing him for exams
    I boost his self – confidence by being his number 1 fan. =)

  11. Name: Liza Maganis
    Fb name: Aliz Maganis
    I make my son champion by encouraging him to his best and enjoy the one he likes to do in any field of sports he like.

  12. Cheryl Matias says

    Fb name: Cheryl Pineda Matias
    Making my son a Champion I thought for a moment and then responded with three words: “Genes, motivation, and support.” 🙂

  13. Bernadette Conanan says

    Bernadette Conanan
    by teaching them by doing good and respect others. that’s the first thing how to become a champion and things will follow.

  14. Catherine Kjell Buama says

    Catherine Kjell Buama
    Catherine Kjell Buama
    by making it sure that they get enough of sleep at night.

  15. Elinor Semira says

    Full Name: Ma. Elinor Semira
    FB Profile Name: Elinor Semira
    Email Address: elinorsemira0124 at gmail dot com
    I make my child a champion by giving her healthy foods and we also make sure that she takes her vitamins regularly and most of all giving her our unconditional love and care. ^^

  16. maricris abarabar says

    Full name: Maricris T. Abarabar
    FB Profile name: Maricris Tandoc Abarabar
    I make my children champion by giving them LOVE unconditionally, giving them vitamins to make them healthy esp this rainy season

  17. arra odeza says

    Arra C. Odeza
    fb: ARra Odeza

    i make my daughter a champion by giving her the food and the love she needs. and also by protecting her against illness I am giving her vitamins while I also make sure she properly takes rest so she could have enough energy

  18. Maria Cecilia Azucena
    fb name: Cecille Azucena

    I encourage him to be active with his playmate and not to cry if ever he lose be sports and aim for the #1

  19. Lovely Joy Merced says

    Lovely Joy Merced
    FB: Joy Merced

    Teaching my kids how to get along with other kids, letting them know that failure is a part of life but they shouldnt stop there, do what they love doing and chase there dreams.

  20. Aileen Barcarse says

    Aileen D. Barcarse
    fb: Aileen Barcarse

    i don’t have kids but i’m a doting aunt to my nephews and nieces. preparing my toddler nephew (who visits everyday) to be a champion, we point out things and their names to him, we give him nutritious foods (bananas, apples, fresh fruit juice….) we bring out toys that help with his eye and hand coordination, we let him safely explore our house 🙂

  21. Ruth P. Calsada says

    Ruth P. Calsada

    Di pa ako pinalad na magkababy pero may mga pamangkin ako na halos ako na ang nagpalaki. Habang lumalaki sila tinuturuan ko sila ng magagandang values na dadalhin nila kahit saan man sila makapunta. Mga values na magdadala sa kanila sa mabuting landas upang maging matagumpay sa buhay. Sana manalo ako para sa tatlong makukulit kong pamangkin 🙂

  22. Heart Calimlim says

    Full Name: Ma. Yvette Heart Calimlim
    FB Profile Name:

    I make my children champion through giving them the opportunity to explore whatever things will help them grow smart and wise. Be mentally and physically active and always be thankful to God above.

  23. Jea Dequiña Blancaflor says

    Full Name: Jea Blancaflor
    FB Profile Name: Jea Blancaflor

    I make my child a champion by providing everything she needs both for physical, mental, emotional & even spiritual growth. I let her explore things & learn from them.

  24. helen gatbonton
    fb profile name:helen gatbonton
    I make my child a champion by providing their needs

  25. Liberty Floro says

    Full Name ; Liberty Floro
    FB Profile Name ; Liberty Floro
    Email Address ;
    How you make your child a champion.; I make my child champion by encouraged them to be active in all they want to do. i support by giving loved ang cared and giving vitamin.

  26. Pearl Paguio says

    I make my son a champion by letting him do the things he love. I allow him to play in order him to explore and learn new things but of course I make sure that I guide him in every way. I also assure him him that i love him by saying i love him everyday and taking care of him

    Pearliza Paguio

  27. Sheena Mae Solmayor says

    Name: Sheena Mae Buhia Solmayor
    FB: Sheena Mae Buhia Solmayor
    because ang lakas nang memory nya ! kahit na matagal na matagal na natatandaan pa rin nya 😀 madali rin xa maka momorize nang poem.

  28. Leave your Full Name, FB Profile Name, and Email Address in the comment section below. Then tell me how you make your child a champion.

    Arjayssa Reyes
    FB: Arjayssa Reyes

    I make my child a champion by pushing him to the top. 🙂 I

  29. rhodora dacanay
    fb: rhodora dacanay

    i make my son a champion by letting his dreams fulfill!

  30. Istin Dizon Paigna says

    Full Name: Maria Christina Gumatay
    FB Profile Name: Istin Dizon Paigna
    Email Address:

    I make my children champions by supporting what they want. I let them do whatever they like or enjoys the most. Like, my son.. he is not afraid to swim and although we haven’t enrolled him in a swimming clinic. Letting him swim on his own with the help of a kiddie vest and our guidance, I am sure he will be able to learn it on his own. Who knows he might be a true champion as a swimmer. 🙂

  31. Maria May Ochea says

    Full Name: Maria May Ochea
    FB Profile Name: Maria May Amolo Ochea
    Email Address:

    By giving enough time for my son, teaching him in a very interesting way, supporting whatever he likes to do is what makes him a champion.

  32. Clarinda Santiago says

    Clarinda Santiago
    FB – Claire Pajarillo Santiago

    To make my kids champion, i give them the best love and care a mother could…

  33. Abigail Sy says

    Full Name: Abigail Sy
    FB Profile Name: gayle sy
    Email Address:
    I make my child a champion by engaging him into sports like swimming, and letting him eat the right food.

  34. Marinela Diaz says

    Marinela Diaz
    FB Name: Marinela Salamatin Diaz

    I make my son a champion by giving all the best that I can give…love, care and attention. Aside from that I make sure that his body can withstand anything, so I give him proper nutrition.

  35. mARIDEL TERRADO says

    FB Profile Name: MARIDEL TERRADO
    Email Address:
    I make my child a champion by teaching her how to be a good person and makes others happy


  36. Flor Ann B. Guarino says

    Full Name: Flor Ann B. Guarino
    FB Profile Name: Flor Ann Basa Guarino
    Email Address:
    I always tell her to be good, to do good, to have faith in God, and to respect others.

  37. Full Name:Vicenta C. Rada
    FB Profile Name:Vicenta Castillo Rada
    I make my child a champion by raising up and teaching them the words of God.God has always been a champion builder. He looks at our kids and sees the same champion Spirit that was in them.

  38. Hegel Ignacio-Gayola says

    Full Name: Hegel Ignacio, Gayola
    FB Profile Name: Hegel Ignacio-Gayola
    Email: hegel
    I give them freedom to chose and do what they want as long as it is in a good purpose.

  39. ANA Darato says

    Ana Darato
    FB profile name: Ana Darato
    By guiding and teaching them to be a good and be responsible children..let them explore and do things that can make them a good person w/ proper guidance and love sure that my children will go far and be the champion

  40. clint odeza (@wudstock08) says

    Clint C. Odeza
    fb: Clint Odeza
    We make our child a champion by providing her the things she needed and also the support and care. also by guiding her on every steps she makes.

  41. Rachel Anne Del Rosario says

    Name: Rachel Anne Del Rosario
    FB Name: Chel Legaspi Del Rosario
    I make my son a CHAMPION , by guiding him in a right way and teaching him how to be good and not to hurt other people.

  42. Raima Maclid says

    We make our daughter champion by giving the best that we can and allowing her to socialize to other kids to explore new things, and by guiding her and support her.

  43. Raima Maclid says

    Full Name : Raima Maclid
    FB Profile Name: Raima Talampas Maclid
    Email Address:

    We make our daughter champion by giving the best that we can and allowing her to socialize to other kids to explore new things, and by guiding her and support her.

  44. jaycellmae almendra says

    fullname: Jaycellmae Penados Almendra
    fb name: Jaycellmae Penados ALmendra
    email a:

    we make our kids champion by teaching them to help other people.. and doing good to others.

  45. Vix Parungao

    I make my little man a champion by encouraging him to explore the things around him + by supporting him the best way i know how…

  46. Michelle Talaboc (@chelxlife) says

    Full Name: Michelle Talaboc
    FB Profile Name: chelxlife
    Email Address:

    I make my child a champion by treating him like a champion.

  47. Full Name: Michelle Cortez Carvalho
    FB Name: Mitch Cortez Carvalho

    I let them do what they want to achieve, of course, with my guidance.

  48. Rica Rodriguez says

    Then tell me how you make your child a champion.
    FULL NAME: Rica Rodriguez

    We make our child a CHAMPION by providing him the things that he needs, but not to a point that we spoil him. We should also set limits. Also, We always support him in everything, and we don’t insist him to do something he doesn’t like. 😀

  49. Vanessa Rose Palacio says

    I make my child a champion by:
    Eat more fruits and veggies everyday!
    Encourage to learn new things by discovering.

  50. Jeanne Ugay says

    Complete Name: Julieanne Francis U. Abayan
    FB Name: Jeanne Ugay

    How can I make my son a champion? To be a number one supporter and be an avid fan in all his interests and activities (sports, arts, music and other recreational activities). I want him to learn from his failures and misadventures. I’ll tell him to live life to the fullest =) and be God-fearing.

  51. Aida Villanueva says

    Aida Villanueva

    FB Name: Aidz Villanueva

    Every little thing she does is awesome that make her champion in our life!

  52. Full Name: Aminah Pajota
    FB Profile Name: Aminah Pajota
    Email Address:
    tell me how you make your child a champion ? i completely confident that he can be a real champion someday

  53. Full Name: Ruby Ricafrente
    FB Profile Name: Ruby Ricafrente
    Email Address: ruby.ricafrente(at)gmail(dot)com
    Tell me how you make your child a champion? I can make my children become champions one day by providing them good nutrition and by supporting them in their studies, hobbies and interests.

  54. cristina fortu says

    Full Name: Cristina Fortu
    FB Profile Name: Cristina Fortu
    email address:

    *Supporting my kids physically, emotionally and spiritually is our way to make them champions. Giving them the best of what we know they should have. 🙂

  55. caryn morales says

    caryn morales
    fb: nyrac selarom

    by teaching her good moral standards, encouraging her interest and activities.


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