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QÜELL® Fish Oil Junior - 60 Softgels Default Category Douglas Labs
QÜELL® Fish Oil Junior - 60 Softgels Default Category Douglas Labs

    QÜELL® Fish Oil Junior - 60 Softgels

    $45.55

    Description

    Douglas Laboratories QÜELL Fish Oil Junior

    QÜELL® Fish Oil Junior is a small softgel that provides omega-3 DHA for children's general health. QÜELL® is supercritical CO2 extracted fish oils in triglyceride form, manufactured in Germany exclusively for Douglas Laboratories. The supercritical extraction used in QÜELL® Fish Oil ensures enhanced purity, bioavailability and concentration.

    Ingredients

    Each serving contains:

    Calories   -   5
    Calories from Fat   -   5
    Total Fat   -    0.6 g
    Omega-3 Supercritical CO2 Triglyceride Concentrate   -    625 mg
    Providing:
    DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)   -   387 mg
    EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)   -    100 mg

    Other ingredients: Gelatin (capsule, from fish [Tilapia]), glycerin, water, natural-source mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract (leaf).

    This product contains fish oil (anchovies, sardines, mackerel).

    Suggested Use

    For ages 10 and up, swallow one softgel daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. Ages under 10 years may consume only if able to safely swallow a softgel. This product is best taken with meals.

    More Info.

    The benefits of omega-3 fatty acids continue to emerge and numerous health organizations around the world recommend adequate daily intake of DHA for children. DHA plays a major role in the structural integrity of neuronal membranes. DHA is essential for neurological and visual development and is vital throughout pregnancy to support fetal brain growth and formation of the retina and visual cortex. As the most abundant fatty acid in the brain, adequate amounts of DHA are needed throughout infancy and adulthood for ongoing optimal function. Low levels of DHA may adversely influence behavior and mental performance, and have been correlated with changes in disposition, memory, visual and other neurological parameters.

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