Nourish your brain with these tasty orange and lemon flavour jellies formulated to support your brain. With emulsified omega 3 fish oil packed with DHA. Also contains choline, CoQ10, zinc and B vitamins.
Easy to take and more readily absorbed by the body, these are the ideal choice if you are concerned about your brain as you age. Emulsified omega 3 fish oil and targeted nutrients with no fishy aftertaste! Contains zinc which contributes to normal cognitive function DHA contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function (The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of at least 250mg of DHA) Choline is a component of the neurotransmitter acetyl choline.
Niacin (B3) 16mg NE (100% NRV), Vitamin B6 0.6mg (43% NRV), Folic Acid 200µg (100% NRV), Vitamin B12 1.5µg (48% NRV), Biotin 30µg (60% NRV), Zinc 2.5mg (25% NRV), EPA 54mg, DHA 253mg, Total omega 3 339mg, Choline 41mg, CoQ10 50mg, (NRV= Nutrient Reference Value)
Adults take 1-2 jellies a day. Do not exceed recommended daily intake.
Contains Fish Oil. Store in a cool, dry, steam free environment out of reach of children. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Large quantities may have a laxative effect. Contains xylitol; do not feed to dogs, if consumed seek veterinary advice.
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