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Children's DHA 530mg Children's DHA 530mg 473 ml
Nordic Naturals
42.92 €

Children's DHA 530mg

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Min. expiration date: 2024-05

From 3 units only: 42.06 € / Units. -2%

Shipping weight: 650g
No gluten
No GMO
For children
42.92 € With VAT
0.23 € / serving

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  • Oil from the liver of wild Atlantic cod
  • Free of sugar, colourings and artifical additives
  • Suitable for children from one year
  • 100% purity and freshness
  • Meets the European Pharmacopoeia Reference Standards
  • Pleasant fruity flavour with no fishy aftertaste
  • Easy-to-use liquid formula
  • Promotes healthy emotional development
  • Aids social development
  • Strengthens memory and cognitive functions
  • Promotes the child’s intellectual development
  • Supports healthy vision
  • Helps boost immunity
  • Recommended to children with ADHD
  • Speeds up learning

Nordic Naturals Children’s DHA is a dietary supplement with top-quality oil from the liver of wild Atlantic cod, which are an excellent source of omega-3 acids.

The formulation has been designed specifically for children. It is suitable for children from one year of age. The supplement meets all European Pharmacopoeia Reference Standards. It contains fish oil which has been thoroughly purified and tested for toxins and heavy metals.

A liquid formula with a pleasant fruity flavour is easy to use. Importantly, the supplement is free of sugar, colourings and other artificial additives.

DHA and EPA, i.e. docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid, belong to a group of polysaturated omega-3 fatty acids. They are called essential unsaturated fatty acids (EUFAs) and, as the name implies, are important for the normal development and functioning of the body. DHA functions primarily as a building block – it is a consituent of cell membranes and its large quantities are found in the brain, heart and retina. EPA is used in turn mainly for the synthesis of eicosanoids, i.e. tissue hormones which are critical to many metabolic functions.

DHA is essential to a healthy brain. It is the predominant omega-3 acid in the brain’s grey matter. This compound is especially abundant in the prefrontal and frontal lobes that are responsible for decision making, assessment of a situation, the ability to plan and predict consequences of your actions, social interactions and emotional control.

DHA also helps maintain the proper motility and plasticity of cell membranes. It is required for normal development of neurons, especially the formation of axons and dendritic spines, which affect brain neuroplasticity.

Adequate DHA intake is particularly important in the early childhood. This is when the quickest development of the brain takes place. DHA deficiency may slow down or hinder the development of this organ and consequently cause various neurocognitive disorders. Scientists have observed that children with behavioural and developmental disorders, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyspraxia (developmental coordination disorder) and dyslexia, usually have extremely low DHA levels.

DHA may stimulate the children’s intellectual development. Scientists have demonstrated that DHA deficiency in the brain adversely affects the neurotransmission of dopamine and serotonin. These neurotransmitters have a major role in learning and memory processes. Studies have demonstrated that children who were given omega-3 acids in the prenatal period and early infancy learned basic skills, such as learning, writing and speaking, faster and got better grades. They were also more capable of establishing relationships with their peers.

DHA helps boost immunity. The compound stimulates the formation and activity of immune cells, including B and T lymphocytes and natural killer cells. In addition, it helps regulate the body’s inflammatory response. Specialists recommend that children over one year of age who weren’t breastfed or were breastfed for a very short period of time should get DHA from other sources. As a result, we can not only reduce the susceptibility to infections but also the incidence of allergies, asthma and eczema.

DHA is crucial to healthy eyes. Large amounts of docosahexaenoic acid are found in phospholipids of the retina. The compound helps in eye development and promotes healthy vision. Studies showed that premature infants fed with DHA-enriched formula had much better vision after four months than preterm babies who were given baby milk without this additive.

To sum up, Nordic Naturals Children’s DHA is a good way to enrich your child’s diet with top-quality fish oil. Since the supplement is rich in the valuable DHA, it supports brain development and has a beneficial impact on mental performance and emotional and cognitive capacity.

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per portion (2.5 ml)amount%DV
Calories Calories
Calories from fatCalories from fat
Total FatTotal Fat
Saturated FatSaturated Fat
Trans FatTrans Fat
Cholesterol Cholesterol
Vitamin A Vitamin A 5-18%
Vitamin D Vitamin D 0-2.5%
Total Omega 3sTotal Omega-3s
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)
Other Omega 3sOther Omega-3s
Other ingrednients

Purified arctic cod liver oil, natural strawberry flavor, d-alpha tocopherol, rosemary extract (a natural preservative).

*No gluten, milk derivatives, or artificial colors or flavors.

 

Additional informations
Container size: 473 mlServing size: ½ teaspoon (2.5 ml)Servings per container: 189
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