OSAVI Norwegian Cod liver oil Kids is a product created especially for the youngest to support their health and development.
Why Choose OSAVI Norwegian Fish Oil Kids?
Cod Liver Oil
Each serving of the product (5 ml) contains as much as 4,600 mg of cod liver oil, which contains at least 1,000 mg of omega-3 acids in the form of EPA and DHA. Additionally, the product contains vitamin A.
Without preservatives, dyes and GMOs
OSAVI Norwegian Cod liver oil Kids does not contain any artificial additives, which means that you can be sure that the product is free from any artificial substances.
Sustainable Atlantic Cod Fishing
The oil comes from wild Atlantic cod, sustainably caught and certified "Friend of the Sea". By choosing this product, you also support the balance of the marine ecosystem.
High Quality and Safety
The product is highly purified and its production is carried out in accordance with the GOED monograph (World Organization EPA and DHA Omega-3), which ensures the highest quality and safety for the child.
Convenient Dosing System
The OSAVI Tran Norwegian Kids product is equipped with a practical pipette, which is an additional benefit for parents and caregivers. The pipette allows you to accurately measure the recommended portion (5 ml), thus avoiding wasting the product.
OSAVI Norwegian Cod liver oil for Kids is a natural and safe way to support your child's development. It contains valuable nutrients, including omega-3 EPA and DHA acids and vitamin A, without preservatives, dyes and GMOs.
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