Protect your brain as you age with Keep Sharp, tasty jelly supplements formulated to support the normal function of your brain. Bursting with healthy omega fish oils, a source of brain-nourishing DHA, as well as zinc, B vitamins and CoQ10, these delicious jellies support cognitive function and encourage a sharper mind. A great alternative to tablets, take just one to two orange and lemon flavoured jellies a day. Plus, unlike other omega supplements, these have no fishy aftertaste.
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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