Garden of Life Oceans Kids DHA Chewables Getting kids to take their Omega-3 rich Cod Liver Oil is no longer a struggle with Garden of Life Oceans Kids DHA Chewables. Featuring a yummy, natural berry-lime taste, instead of a cod liver or fishy flavor, Oceans Kids DHA are an excellent source of DHA and EPA Omega 3 fatty acids. Cod Liver Oil is a natural source of vitamins A and D, essential to bone strength and growth. Omega-3 fatty acids like DHA and EPA play an important role in cognitive development. Our diets can often lead to an imbalance in DHA and EPA, which can lead to inflammation and related illnesses. Oceans Kids DHA Chewables are presented in an ideal ratio of DHA to EPA to protect your little ones from imbalance. Instead of saying "Yucky", Oceans Kids say " Yes Please"! The natural berry lime flavor is sure to please. DHA Benefits for Kids Low levels of DHA have been linked to an increased risk of ADHD in kids over the age of 2. Studies have linked higher levels of DHA with higher scores on vocaublary tests. DHA is known to play a role in cognitive function and vision in children, and it may be effective when used for allergies and asthma as well. Low DHA levels may also impair emotional development in early childhood. Oceans Kids DHA: ? Great Tasting? Pleasant, natural blast of berry lime flavor your child will love? No fishy smell or ?yucky? fish burps? Small, chewable softgel for kids age 3 and up? Sugar free and no artificial ?junk? Quality You Can Trust ? Formulated for freshness utilizing nitrogen flush preservation on the boat and minimal transport time from ocean to harbor to processing facility. ? Cutting-edge molecular distillation process that exceeds international standards for the removal of mercury, lead, PCBs and other environmental toxins. ? 100% Arctic Cod harvested on small, local fishing boats in accordance with the guidelines set by the Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries and Coastal Affairs to ensure sustainability for future generations. Oceans Kids is recommended for kids age 3 and up. 120 count.