Pure DHA

Pure DHA
Chewable

Pure DHA

Great Taste
Natural Berry Flavor
90 Soft Gelatin Capsules

ChildLife® Pure DHA provides concentrated DHA in a tasty, easy to use, naturally flavored soft gel that can be chewed or swallowed. Our DHA is sourced from the purest cod liver oil available. The contents of each capsule are tested for any contaminants including PCBs, dioxins, metals, mercury or other toxins, and exceeds the highest international standards for purity.

Our gelatin is derived from fish, while most other brands use pork or beef gelatin.

DHA plays a vital role in how well a child’s brain can grow and function. Up to 60% of the human brain is built from, runs on, and is constructed from essential fats and oils. DHA continues to be the most prevalent and vital nutrient within these oils for supporting healthy brain function and development.*

ChildLife® uses only the highest quality ingredients.

This formula is gluten free, casein free and alcohol free. It contains no milk, eggs, wheat, yeast or corn. No artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners.

Suggested Use:
For infants 6 mo.–1 yr:
1-2 capsules daily (open soft gel)
For children 2-4 yrs: 4-6 capsules daily
For children 5-12 yrs: 6-8 capsules daily
• Store in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight.

Pure DHA facts

Other Ingredients
Purified Arctic Cod Liver Oil, Purified Water, Gelatin, Glycerin, Natural Berry Flavor.
Contains: Fish


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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