OSAVI Super Strong DHA Kids is an innovative dietary supplement, created especially for the youngest. This unique product offers unparalleled health benefits, containing an exceptionally rich source of omega-3 acid.
Each serving of the product (1 ml) contains an impressive 920 mg of fish oil, including at least 809 mg of omega-3 acid, which consists of EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and other fatty acids.
The main ingredient of the product is oil from pelagic fish, mainly anchovies, which are sustainably caught. The oil has the Friend of the Sea certificate, which is a guarantee of care for the natural environment.
Natural lemon flavor
OSAVI Super Strong DHA Kids is delicately flavored with natural lemon flavor, which makes taking the supplement pleasant even for picky eaters.
No unwanted additives
The product is free of preservatives, dyes and does not contain GMOs. This means that it provides only what is best for the baby.
Convenient dosing system
OSAVI Super Strong DHA Kids is equipped with a practical dosing system using a pipette, which makes use easy and precise.
OSAVI Super Strong DHA Kids is a product that provides your child not only with a tasty dietary supplement, but also with the benefits of omega-3 acid.
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