Hands down the most powerful and effective children's omega-3 available. A tiny 1ml drop has the same omega-3 as a whole tin of sardines. The easiest way to support your child’s brain development. No additives, just natural lemon oil.
With 500mg of DHA in one small drop (one of the most important building blocks of your child’s brain), this liquid fish oil for children is the most powerful you’ll find. Certified sustainable, pure, and fresh, it tastes great and is easily mixed in cold food and drinks.
Pure fish oil (from certified sustainably sourced sardines and anchovies), Natural Sicilian lemon oil, Antioxidant (mixed tocopherols)
Nutritional content Per 1ml
Total omega-3 700mg
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) 500mg
EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 100mg
Other omega-3s 100mg
Vitamin E (tocopherol) 3.1mg
Allergy advice: contains fish
12 calories per dose
If pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any kind of medication, or have a medical condition, consult a healthcare practitioner before using this product.
Do not exceed the recommended dose, unless advised by your healthcare practitioner.
It’s always good to check with your doctor before taking supplements like this one if your child:
- is on any medication, such as blood thinners
- is about to have surgery
- has health concerns or conditions
- We get asked a lot about dosage for children, understandably! From our own personal experience and countless reviews we've received from customers, the health benefits from taking half a ml (0.5ml) from 6 months to a year and then 1ml from a year onwards are incredible.
- Action Heroes tastes great – you can just pop a drop into your child’s mouth straight from the syringe.
- It’s best to give Action Heroes to children at mealtimes. It’s easier to make it a fun habit this way, and the omega-3 is better absorbed alongside food.
- For the very reluctant, just mix it into anything cold: juice, a smoothie, yogurt or salad dressing. Keep your bottle in the fridge once you’ve opened it.
- The great thing about liquid form is the dosage can be varied and we always recommend parents consult a registered nutritional therapist for guidance.