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Minami Nutrition MorDHA Mini 60s

SKU : CHNMORDHAMINI|EAN : 5425018611577
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Minami Nutrition MorDHA Minis contain an optimal DHA formula for young children aged 3 and over, to support healthy vision and brain development.
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Minami Nutrition MorDHA Minis

Minami Nutrition MorDHA Minis contain an optimal DHA formula for young children aged 3 and over. Just one easy to swallow, strawberry flavoured softgel per day will help your child get the omega-3 fatty acids they need, as children's diets today are often lacking in these important nutrients, found in foods such as fish.

About half of the brain and eyes are made up of fat, much of which is DHA, which is why this nutrient is so important for young, growing children to support healthy vision and brain development .

Minami Nutrition supplements offer one of the highest concentrated Omega-3 fish oils on the market, which means fewer softgels to take - especially important for young, fussy kids! For more information on the benefits of Minami Nutrition supplements, please visit our Minami Nutrition page.
Take 1 softgel per day.
Deep-sea fish oil concentrate (from anchovy, sardine and mackerel), fish gelatin, humectant: glycerol, strawberry flavour, antioxidant: tocopherol-rich extract, rosemary extract.

Minami Nutrition MorDHA Minis are gluten free and lactose free.
Nutritional Values per Softgel
Total capsule weight640mg
Fill weight424mg
Energy5kcal/19kJ
Fats0.4g
 - Saturated fats0g
 - Mono unsaturated fatsmax. 21mg
 - Poly unsaturated fatsmin. 365mg
Omega-3 fatty acids332mg
 - DHA Docosahexaenoic acid249mg
 - EPA Eicosapentaenoic acid45mg
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