SWISSE KIDS FISH OIL

SWISSE KIDS FISH OIL

We get it, fish oil probably isn’t the first choice for your little explorer. Thanks to Swisse Kids Fish Oil, you can give them the benefits of fish oil in a convenient and great-tasting capsule. It's specially formulated with sustainably sourced omega-3, to support healthy growth and development. It's also packed with DHA, to support healthy brain and central nervous system development, and to help maintain healthy vision and support eye health.

 

60 Chewable Capsules

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$24.99
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Swisse Kids Fish Oil is a premium quality formula containing omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA to support cognitive function, brain health and healthy eye development. Specifically formulated with:

  • A sustainable source of Omega-3 - Which the body cannot produce so it should be obtained by the diet
  • Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) - To support healthy brain development and cognitive function - To help maintain healthy vision and support eye health - To support central nervous system development and help maintain a healthy nervous system
  • Great tasting natural orange flavour - That is 99.9% sugar free
  • Convenient chewable capsule
  • No added artificial colours or flavours
  • Sustainably sourced and mercury tested fish oil

EACH CHEWABLE CAPSULE CONTAINS:

  • Concentrated omega-3 triglycerides - fish fish 351 mg
  • Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) 35.11 mg
  • Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) (DHA) 165 mg
  • Contains fish, phenylalanine, soya bean, sucralose and sulfites.
No added lactose, yeast, egg, artificial flavours or artificial colours.

CHILD DOSAGE:

2-5 years: One capsule daily. Pierce and squeeze into water, juice or cereal.

6-12 years: One capsule daily. Chew the entire capsule or alternatively, pierce and squeeze into water, juice or cereal.

Or as directed by a health care professional. Do not swallow whole.

Store below 25°C. Do not use if cap seal is broken.
  • Always read the label.
  • Derived from Seafood.
  • Follow the directions for use.

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