High DHA fish oil essential fatty acid formula to support normal clarity, focus, concentration and coordination.
The importance of adequate supplies of long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LCPs) in early life for brain and visual development is well established.
These nutrients remain important throughout life, especially during growth phases.
It appears a common biological link exists for conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and AD(H)D which is related to an inborn error of metabolism affecting the conversion of essential fatty acids into LCPs.
This leads to a deficiency of LCPs, which are required for incorporation into membranes, particularly those of the brain, nerve and eye tissues.
Scientific trials using Efalex, a patented combination of DHA rich tuna oil, Efamol evening primrose oil, vitamin E and thyme oil (two well-established antioxidants), have shown great benefit for supporting normal clarity, focus, concentration and coordination.
Usage: For children of 2 years and over and adults to support normal clarity, focus, concentration and coordination.
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294mg high DHA fish oil (providing 60mg DHA, 20mg EPA, 5.25mg AA), 140mg Rigel EPO (providing 12mg GLA), 15mg vitamin E, 1mg thyme oil.
Take two 5ml teaspoons morning and evening with food for twelve weeks, then reduce by half.
Due to the thyme oil content this product is not recommended during pregnancy or for children under 2 years of age. Recommend Efanatal® in these situations.
Always ask your product supplier or health professional if there are any specific precautions regarding your use of this or any supplement.
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