Indian children are often found to be deficient in vitamins, micro-nutrients, and protein – but what about DHA in Kids? DHA has emerged as a front line nutrient as it plays an integral part in the development and functionality of the brain, eyes, and heart. Its supplementation is extremely important to ensure the healthy development of your child’s brain and eyes.
There is a raft of research confirming the role of DHA in IQ, memory, learning, behavior, mood, eyesight, among various other benefits – outlining DHA supplementation as perhaps the single most important nutrient during the growth of your child.
OVEGHA Kids – is a 100% vegan, high quality, pure Omega-3 DHA product. It comes in a kids’ favorite orange flavor, and offers 200mg pure DHA per serving – an amount that is clinically proven to be the adequate therapeutic dosage for children. It is meant for children age 2+.
The DHA we use is extracted from non-genetically modified micro-algae. It is produced in a FDA-inspected facility with controls in place to ensure the highest quality through all stages, right from initial algae cell cultures to highly purified oil rich in DHA.
DHA oil directly from the source, micro-algae, is completely pure and free of the various toxins that fish may carry within.
Unived’s OVEGHA Kids is India’s only 100% vegan Omega-3 and offers you 200mg DHA per serving.
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