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Nature’s Way Kids provide DHA & EPA Help Brain Development

December 30th, 2010

There’s nothing fishy about this

When it comes to your kid’s wellbeing, no doubt you only want the best.For growing children, especially from the age of three onwards, brain development is top priority. What is the best way to boost your children’s brain development?

The answer is fish oil, which contains Omega-3 fatty acids DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid).

Nature’s Way Kids A+ Omega-3 Fish OilNature’s Way Kids A+ Omega-3 Fish Oil provides kids with Omega-3 fish oil nutrients DHA and EPA in a delicious, fruity flavoured softgel.

The brain needs important fats such as Omega-3 fatty acids to perform properly. What makes Omega-3 fatty acids so crucial is its high DHA content. In fact, DHA makes up to 35% of the essential fatty acid in the brain.

Referred to as the building block of the human brain tissue or food for the brain, DHA is essential for your children’s development and growth. Like calsium is essential for building strong bones, DHA ensures that the cells develop and function properly.

To ensure your child gets the most out of DHA, pick a fish oil witha higher ratio of DHA versus EPA.

Goodness of fish oil

Getting your child to eat fish can be tricky. Let’s face it – fish oil is not the most appealing to children. Kids A+ Omega-3 Fish Oil makes this easy.

Specially formulated with vital Omega-3 Fish Oil nutrients, Kids A+ Omega-3 Fish Oil is sugar-free and contains a high level of DHA in a fun, fruit-flavoured chewable softgel. Minus the fishy flavour, your child can either chew on the fish0shaped softgel or twist the tail and squirt the liquid into their mouth, or drink or eat it with his favourite food.

Give your kid a head start with Nature’s Way Kids A+ Omega-3 Fish Oil today. Each Nature’s Way Kids A+ Omega-3 Fish Oil softgel contains 500mg fish oil. Take one or two per day.

Nature’s Way Kids A+ Omega-3 Fish Oil is available in all leading pharmacies. It is suitable for children between the ages of three and 13.

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