OMEGA-3 DHA CONTRIBUTES TO MAINTAINING NORMAL BRAIN FUNCTION, FOLATE AND VITAMINS B6 AND B12 CONTRIBUTE TO NORMAL PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTION
AND HELP REDUCING TIREDNESS AND FATIGUE*
*DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)
Beneficial effects start at 250 mg of omega-3 DHA daily.
Daily dietary supplement containing:
OmegafortSCC concentration, a winning combination
Daily dose: 1 capsule. % DV based on daily dose.
|1 capsule||% DV*|
|Omega-3 fatty acids#||355,52 mg||**|
|DHA (docosahexaeonic acid)||266,64 mg||**|
|Other omega-3||88,88 mg||**|
|Other active ingredients|
|Vitamin E||12,0 mg||100%|
|Vitamin B6||1,4 mg||100%|
|Folic acid||200 µg||100%|
|Vitamin B12||2,5 µg||100%|
#Guaranteed minimum quantity of the active ingredient expressed in mg. Percentages calculated on the basis of the minimum quantity expressed in mg are subject to variation.
Greater concentration, greater efficacy
EPA and SDA
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