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Brain Child Fruity Fish Oil Burstlets 60 Burstlets
Brain Child™ fruity fish oil burstlets... Omega-3 fatty acids are a major component of cell membranes throughout the body, especially in the brain and eyes. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) are two omega-3 fatty acids essential for normal eye and brain development and for cognitive functioning. Growing evidence also suggests that especially DHA supplementation may benefit language, behavior and performance in children. Children with ADHD and learning difficulties may find supplementation especially beneficial. Good sources of DHA and EPA are cold water fish like tuna, salmon, mackerel, herring, cod and sardines or cod liver, flaxseed and canola oils, soybeans, tofu and walnuts. It may be beneficial for children who consume diets deficient or lacking in these foods to supplement with omega-3 fatty acids. Brain Child™ fish oil burstlets contain a measured dose of tuna oil providing DHA and EPA in a great tasting fruity flavoured chewable burstlet. The pleasant taste and convenient dosage form can be easily administered to children of any age. Tel: (012) 813 9400. www.comedhealth.co.za.
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Brain Child™. Fruity fish oil burstlets. Supplement your child's growing mind & body. Great tasting source of omega-3 fatty acids: DHA & EPA. 60 burstlets.
Dosage and directions for use: Children 2 to 4 years: Take 1 burstlet daily. Children 4 years and older: Take 1 to 2 burstlets daily. Or as prescribed by your healthcare practitioner. Brain Child™ fish oil chew burstlets can be taken in one of 3 ways: 1. Chew and burst: Place the burstlet directly in the mouth and chew. Experience the exhilarating fruity squirt in your mouth. The entire burstlet is safe to eat and swallow. 2. Twist and squirt: Twist or cut off the tail of the burstlet. Squeeze the fish body, delivering a precise dose of fruity fish oil into your child's mouth or onto your child's favourite food. 3. Dissolve in the mouth: The burstlet can be sucked until the contents have been released into the mouth. The burstlet can then be chewed or swallowed or expelled from the child's mouth.