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Children's Development Supplements

As most children's diets are relatively low in omega 3 oils, it is important to use supplements. Fish oils contain significant amounts of two omega 3 fatty acids, EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docasahexaenoic acid). Check out the .

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  • Great product

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    It's my second purchase. I love that it's the DHA derived from microalgae instead of fish and it doesn't smell.
    My son doesn't eat fish at all so I cut the capsule tail and squeeze it in my son's yogurt for breakfast everyday, which I believe DHA helps brain development.

    Helen

    22/12/18

  • Really nice citrus flavour

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    This is an easy product to take for the kids because of the yummy citrus flavour and no sugar added which is an added benefit.

    Rochelle

    6/12/18

  • Tasty!

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    These have a nice tasty, mild berry flavour with no yuck fish taste. They have a good level of DHA for brain development and I really like that they also contain Vitamin D and Iodine too!

    Rochelle

    6/12/18

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