Cod Liver Oil

Natural Strawberry Flavor – Liquid Formula

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Cod liver oil is the perfect nutritional supplement for growing infants and children. ChildLife® has made cod liver oil for kids even better with a strawberry flavor that they will enjoy.

DHA: The Superstar Nutrient for Supporting Healthy Brain Growth and Function
Sixty percent of the brain grows from, develops from and is comprised of fats and oils. Of these, fifty percent is just one fatty acid: DHA. Giving your infant or child cod liver oil offers more naturally occurring DHA than any other food source.

Ready for The Body To Use. The DHA in cod liver oil is ready for your kid’s body to absorb and utilize, making it the preferred source of DHA.

Nervous System, Eyes and Bones. DHA is particularly abundant in the nervous system and can help support healthy nervous system function and development.* In addition to DHA, cod liver oil contains the omega 3 fatty acid EPA, as well as large amounts of naturally-occurring Vitamin A, important for eye development, and Vitamin D, important for healthy bone development in children. EPA also plays a role in maintaining a healthy immune system.*

Purified and Tested. When it comes to the best cod liver oil for kids, it is critical that the product be purified and free of detectable levels of toxins.

ChildLife® uses the finest purification methods available, such as molecular distillation, to safely remove toxins without compromising on quality. The contents of each bottle of ChildLife® Cod Liver Oil are tested for PCBs, dioxins, metals, mercury and other toxins and exceeds all international standards for the highest purity.

Study after study has shown the benefits of omega 3-oils for kids. Ideally, cod liver oil should be a part of every child’s daily diet.

*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.

Only the Highest Quality, Cleanest and Purest Ingredients.    

  • No GMOs or alcohol.
  • Gluten-free.
  • No artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners.
  • No dairy, eggs, soy, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, corn or yeast.

Description

CHILDLIFE® COD LIVER OIL

For Ongoing Maintenance and Support

May be provided daily.

Ideally, give with breakfast so that your child’s body can absorb, metabolize and utilize these nutrients throughout the day when they are the most active.

As part of an effective, year-round daily supplement program for your infant or child, combine with ChildLife® Multi Vitamin & MineralChildLife® Vitamin C and ChildLife® Probiotics with Colostrum (Powder or Chewable).

For Babies to Teenagers 

ChildLife® Cod Liver Oil may be given when your infant starts eating solid foods, continuing throughout the teenage years.

Supplementation with Cod Liver Oil during pregnancy and while nursing may support a child’s IQ by supporting healthy brain growth, size and function.

STUDIES

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Bourre, J.M., “Omega-3 fatty acids in psychiatry.” Medical Science (Paris). 2005 Feb;21(2): 216-21.
Vancassel S., Durand G., Barthelemy C., Lejeune B., Martineau J., Guilloteau D., Andres C., Chalon S. “Plasma fatty acid levels in autistic children.” Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2001. Jul;65(1):1-7.
Farooqu A.A., Horrocks L.A., “Plasmalogens, phospholipase A2, and docosahexaenoic acid turnover in brain tissue.” J Mol Neurosci. 2001 Apr-Jun; 16(2-3): 263-72.
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Bell JG., MacKinlay EE., Dick JR., MacDonald DJ., BoyleRM., Glen AC. “Essential fatty acids and phospholipase A2 in autistic spectrum disorders.” Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2004. Oct;71(4):201-4.
Stene LC, Joner G; Norwegian Childhood Diabetes Study Group. “Use of cod liver oil during the first year of life is associated with lower risk of childhood-onset type 1 diabetes: a large, population-based, case-control study.” Am J Clin Nutr. 2003 Dec;78(6):1128-34.
Ruxton C. “Health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids.” Nurs Stand. 2004. Aug 11-17; 18(48): 38-42.
Morale S.E., Hoffman D.R., Castaneda Y.S., Wheaton D.H.,Burns R.A., Birch E.E., “Duration of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids availability in the diet and visual acuity.” Early Hum Dev. 2005. Feb; 81(2): 197-203.
Rajakumar K., “Vitamin D, cod-liver oil, sunlight, and rickets: a historical perspective.” Pediatrics. 2003. Aug;112 (2): e132-5.
Su KP. “Mind-body interface: the role of n-3 fatty acids in psychoneuroimmunology, somatic presentation, and medical illness comorbidity of depression.” Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 2008;17 Suppl 1:151-7.
Dunstan JA., Mori TA., Barden A., Beilin LJ., Taylor AL., Holt PG., Prescott SL., “Maternal fish oil supplementation in pregnancy reduces interleukin-13 levels in cord blood of infants at high risk of atopy.” Clin Exp Allergy. 2003. Apr;33(4):442-8.
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ChildLife® Cod Liver Oil

8 Fluid Ounces (237 ml)

ChildLife Cod Liver Oil for Babies, Toddlers and Children Dietary Supplement Label

Other Ingredients: Purified Arctic Cod Liver Oil, Natural Strawberry Flavor.

Contains Fish.

Always Pure and Clean
No GMOs or alcohol.
Gluten-free.
No artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners.
No dairy, eggs, soy, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, corn or yeast.

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