Support your child’s focus in the classroom with Kids Smart Focus supplements. Specially created to aid normal brain function, these tasty flavoured jellies are packed-full of healthy omegas that encourage concentration, for a more productive school day. Balancing omega 3 EPA, DHA and omega 6 GLA, our fruity chews come in yummy lemon and orange flavours - with no fishy aftertaste. Plus, easily absorbed into the system thanks to a mix of emulsified essential fatty acids.
PLEASE NOTE: Smart Focus boxes now contain 27 jellies rather than 30 but the price per jelly has been reduced by 14% so they are now even better value
155mg EPA, 100mg DHA, 15mg GLA. Total Omega 3 content 305mg.
Take 1 jelly a day for children over 3 years. Adults take 2 jellies a day. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Do not feed xylitol to dogs; if consumed seek veterinary advice. Large quantities may have a laxative effect. Store in a cool, dry, steam free environment out of reach of children.
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