SAMPLE Nordic Naturals Ultimate Omega Junior, 2 Chewable Softgels
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Sample Ultimate Omega Junior
Ultimate Omega® Junior is one of our most popular concentrates and provides double-strength fish oil in an easy-to-swallow soft gel that's half the size of standard soft gels. And it's great-tasting, all-natural strawberry flavor even makes it chewable. Just one serving (two soft gels) of Ultimate Omega Junior delivers 640 mg omega-3s, making it an excellent way to give children more omega-3s in fewer soft gels.
As with all Nordic Naturals products, Ultimate Omega Junior is in the natural triglyceride form for optimal absorption. Our patented "nitrogen processing" ensures that Ultimate Omega Junior is absolutely pure and fresh. Fresh fish oils are better for the body, and do not create negative side effects such as repeat or burp-back.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
General Nutrient Support
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is a polyunsaturated fatty acid found in deep-sea cold water fish. DHA is an essential nutrient for proper brain, nervous system, and visual function and must be obtained through the diet. A healthy balance of DHA is essential to properly care for the brain throughout life, particularly during the early stages of development.
A high concentration of DHA can be found in motherís breast milk. However, the level is directly related to the amount of omega-3 fatty acids that are consumed in the motherís diet. Due to refined foods and trendy diets, many individuals have reduced their intake of the dietary sources of omega-3 fatty acids, contributing to lower levels of DHA in breast milk. The impact of low DHA intake on neurological function of adults and children is the subject of ongoing clinical investigations.