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Children's Omega 3 Supplements
Children’s omega 3 supplements are important. But so is the source of ingredients. They should always come from good quality pure fish oil.
Are fish oil omega 3 supplements good for your kids? You can bet your baby’s bottom they are. Absolutely! To begin with, fish oil with EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) can help make your children smarter and better behaved. That’s a good start, don’t you think?
In one British study, children with behavioral, social and learning difficulties who took omega 3 fish oil supplements (not flaxseed oil) for only six months tested more than a year higher in reading skills and six months higher in spelling. They also had significant behavior improvements (less ADHD) with none of the side effects associated with commonly prescribed drugs such as Adderall, Concerta, Dexadrine and Ritalin.
Elliot, for example, a nine year old participating in the omega 3 study, was falling behind in his schoolwork, had little interest in studying and would crash on the sofa in front of the TV when he came home from school. He’s now read all the Harry Potter books and heads for the library after school. His mother, Sheila says, “Elliot’s reading jumped 18 months. He’s just a lot more interested in everything. He’s even developed an interest in classical music.”
This kind of advanced brain development in children who take high quality fish oil supplements has been my experience too. I have many friends and clients who began squeezing salmon oil capsules into their baby’s first solid food at six months. As the children got older they would actually chew the capsules. Needless to say, they all grew up with a love for fish – especially salmon. But, even more importantly, most began speaking and reading early with highly developed vocabularies.
Salmon oil is the highest source of Omega 3 EPA and DHA available. By the way, even though flaxseed oil is an omega 3 oil, it contains none of the essential EPA and DHA necessary. Besides being great “brain food,” the omega 3 factors have also been linked to the prevention of juvenile diabetes, as well as for the development of better vision and hearing in children,
So, for smarter, healthier kids, be sure to add omega 3 oils to their daily supplement program.For best results, I highly recommend Salmon Oil Plus with with UHPO3.
Salmon Oil Plus with UHPO3 is the purest (zero toxicity), most complete and balanced fish oil supplement on the market. It has all 8 omega 3 family members vitally important toOptimum human nutrition (DHA, DPA, EPA, ETA, ETA (3), SDA and ALA) and has a long, safe and successful history of use with children. It’s also helped millions of adults to lower cholesterol, have optimal functioning of the heart, brain, nerves, eyes, skin and joints and relieve the painful inflammation of injuries and arthritis.
For more information on how Salmon Oil Plus can help you, your family and your friends to look and feel their absolute best, go to www.omega-3.us.
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