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Omega 3 / DHA Fish Oil Mini Gels

Same Omega 3 strength, but easier to swallow at half the size of regular fish oil soft gels

One of the freshest fish oils available, our proprietary bio-available blend contains high levels of DHA to supercharge your health in easy-to-swallow mini gels. Omega 3/DHA Fish Oil Mini Gels contains our exclusive formula with 350mg of DHA per serve (2 mini gels) or 700mg of DHA for adults (4 mini gels), making it a convenient way to ensure you or your child get adequate levels of Omega 3 essential fatty acids daily.

Our unique blend of natural New Zealand Hoki and concentrated tuna oil provides the benefits of both a full spectrum fish oil and a high level of Omega 3. Its freshness is verified by third-party laboratories, but you’ll also know it by the absence of any “fishy” aftertaste.

Maximize your child’s intellectual potential with Omega 3

Because of their small size, Omega 3/DHA Fish Oil Mini Gels is the ideal fish oil to ensure your child gets the right amount of DHA daily.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is the most abundant fatty acid in the human brain, making up about 15 to 20 percent of the brain’s frontal cortex.1 It is also a key building block required for healthy brain growth and development.

Children require a regular intake of DHA daily, not only to ensure proper brain maturation but also to boost overall brain function.2 Research is now proving the importance of regular Omega 3 supplementation, showing improvement in learning abilities in children including reading, memory and behavior.3 Another study has shown that early introduction to DHA may even increase intelligence in later years.4

Formulated with 550mg of Omega 3 fatty acids per serve in the children’s dosage, or 1100mg of Omega 3 for adults, Omega 3/DHA Fish Oil Mini Gels is the single best foundation supplement for you or your child’s immunity and brain function.

Perfect for those who can’t swallow full-sized soft gels

Some people want to take fish oil soft gels but just can’t manage to swallow them. The adult dosage of Omega 3/DHA Fish Oil Mini Gels provide the same amount of Omega 3s as our standard fish oil capsules, but are half the size, making them the ideal capsule for those who have difficulty swallowing.

Children can take two mini gels daily, while the dosage for teenagers and adults is double, at four mini gels daily. This dosage ensures you and your family are getting the right amount of Omega 3 fatty acids, and most importantly, DHA in your diet.

Xtend-Life Fish Oil has a wide array of benefits including inflammation management. Our proprietary bio-available blend contains high levels of DHA to supercharge your health and deliver the health results you desire.

Why Fish Oil Not Plant Oil?

Plant oils (including nuts, grains and seeds) do not contain DHA or EPA. Instead, they contain ALA which has an extremely low conversion to DHA in the human body (<10% dietary ALA conversion).12 On the other hand, dietary DHA and EPA, primarily found in fish and seafood, is well absorbed and readily used by the body.

Superior Fish Oil

Xtend-Life products are effective, safe and exceptionally pure. We test each batch for purity, identity, and strength, and we produce all products in our own world-class facility in New Zealand abiding by both HACCP and GMP codes for dietary supplements.

When you purchase from Xtend-Life Natural Products our guarantee to you is you will only receive the best fish oil supplements available in the market today.

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