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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 Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids article.

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  • disgusting product

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    Absolutely disgusting flavour and capsule weird too, the whole family didn't like it, straight in the rubbish

    Joelle

    10/05/18

  • great

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    giving to my kids as they very picky in food ,always get sick , seems working 11 year daughter 5’8 taking since 1 year

    Manjinder

    14/04/18

  • Taste is awful

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    I really wanted these to work but unfortunately they taste awful. My daughter isn't fussy and usually eats anything. I tried one myself and I have no idea how other parents get their kids to eat them. They are covered in oil and very greasy to handle. I tried to burst them and mix them into food but they are so small it ends up all over your fingers lol! If your kids can swallow pills you'll be fine.

    Rebecca

    9/04/18

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