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Eskimo-3 Bright Kids Jelly Splats
£13.56 £14.60
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Product Description

Vitamins Minerals Supplements are happy to present the marvelous Eskimo-3 Bright Kids Jelly Splats.

With so many vitamin,mineral,supplement products available these days, it is good to have a name you can have faith in. The Eskimo-3 Bright Kids Jelly Splats is certainly that and will be a perfect acquisition.

For this reduced price, the Eskimo-3 Bright Kids Jelly Splats comes highly recommended and is always a popular choice amongst lots of of our customers. Nutri Advanced have provided some great touches and this means a great reasonable discounted prices.

Product Features

We know that it can be difficult to get our kids to eat enough fish which is why we designed a fuss-free alternative. In tests, 80% of kids were still voluntarily taking jelly splats daily after 15 weeks! And as well as being made of 100% pure fish oil, our jelly splats are naturally flavoured with no artificial flavourings or sweeteners, and are sugar-free too. Omega-3 has been proven in thousands of clinical trials to be good for our hearts, brains, eyes and helps keep our joints and skin healthy too. Omega 3 is essential for children’s growing bodies, especially their brain. The most important types of Omega 3 are EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid). These are essential because we can’t make them, the only way to get Omega 3 is to eat it. EPA and DHA are found almost exclusively in fish and seafood. It is recommended that we all consume at least 1 portion (140gm) of oily fish per week, however, on average, people in the UK are only consuming a third of a portion per week, with kids eating as little as 10% of this recommended amount.

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