Nature's Aid DHA Mini Drops for infants & children 50ml
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Natures Aid DHA Mini Drop supplements have been specifically designed for breastfed babies, infants and children. DHA drops provide high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids DHA & EPA, which contribute to the maintenance of normal brain function and vision in children.
DHA (omega-3) cannot be produced by the body, so it must be obtained through the diet or supplementation.
DHA is required for normal brain function, and many studies have indicated an improvement in learning skills in those supplementing DHA. EPA and DHA also contributes to the normal functioning of the heart.
The beneficial effects of DHA are achieved with doses of 250mg per day.
- Great taste! Natural lemon flavour
- 100% Sugar Free
- High levels of DHA for maintenance of normal brain function and vision
- 500mg of Omega-3 per 1ml serving
- No artificial flavours, colours or preservatives
2017 - Highly Commended - Best Childrens Product (The Healthy Awards)
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