The following is a sponsored post and I received Kids Smart Fish Oil for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com) to use and post my honest opinions.
Do you worry about whether or not your children are receiving enough of the Omega-3 Fish Oil nutrients DHA and EPA?
These can not only help to support and maintain healthy brain function but they also are vital in eye health, and nervous system health.
Plus they also can support learning as well as healthy behavior and temperament in some children according to Kids Smart Fish Oil.*
So why am I sharing information from Kids Smart High DHA Fish Oil?
For children 3 and up, this product comes in the form of a 500 mg burstlet that can be chewed or squeezed into a child’s mouth (simply twisted or cute off the tale).
FYI, these also provide up to 10x more fish oil than other kids’ supplements and up to 13 times more of DHA fish oil (133 mg) which is higher than many options on the market.
They are free of gluten, yeast, wheat, and dairy and provide two essential omega-3 fatty acids: docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA).
DHA and EPA are both essential fatty acids our bodies cannot produce and are derived from either the food we eat or supplements we take.
So what did my kids think? I had no clue if my kids were going to like this supplement. I mean Fish Oil is probably not at the top of their list of something they want to consume.
However, since the burstlets have a great berry flavor and a fun shape, it is something my kids actually want to take and ask for.
FYI, the exterior of the burstlet does not have a fishy taste. Once chewed I could detect the fish oil along with the berry flavor.
A Kids Smart High DHA Fish Oil Chewable Burstlets 30-count bottle typically retails for $9.99 and a 180-count bottle typically retails for $54.99.
Want to give these a try? Kids Smart is available for purchase on Amazon at momsmeet.link/kidssmartamzn. Use the code 20MM20KS to save 20%. Offer good till 6/30/20.
To learn more about the brand check them out at facebook.com/kidssmarthealth, twitter.com/kidssmarthealth, and instagram.com/kidssmarthealth.
Carlee @ FLL
*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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