MorDHA, Higher Purity, less unnecessary Fat
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is an essential nutrient during the development of the very young child. DHA supports growth, function and brain development.
MorDHA-Mini is a highly purified DHA supplement with a natural strawberry flavour available in a small, easy to swallow capsule made of fish gelatine. Impurities such as mercury and PCB's have been removed through a series of highly technological processes including SFE/SFC (Supercritical Fluid Extraction/Chromatography) at low temperatures (below 50 degrees C). Protective antioxidants have been added to MorDHA-Mini.
MorDHA-Mini IQ fish oil capsules contain high levels, at least 70% of highly purified omega-3 fatty acids. This means you can avoid the surplus fat that you would get from consuming ordinary fish oil. Instead of taking three to five capsules of fish oil a day, you only have to take one single capsule of MorDHA-Mini.
Each softgel capsule (net weight 438 mg) contains at least 215 mg DHA and a maximum 28 mg EPA, a total of 280 mg omega-3-fatty acids.
Ingredients for MorDHA Mini
Highly purified deep-sea fish oil, softgel capsule (fish gelatine, purified water, glycerol, strawberry aroma), vitamin E (tocopherols).
Store in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight.
Please let your Doctor know about MorDHA-Mini, if you are taking medication
Average Nutritional Value per Capsule
Fill Weight = 416mg
Energy KCal = 4 - KJ:18
Carbohydrates = 1.16mg
Protein = 96mg
Saturated Fat = 0g
Unsaturated Fat = 0.4g
Omega-3 Fatty Acids = 333mg
- DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) = 250mg
- EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) = 54mg
Vitamin E (Mixed Tocopherols) = 2.5mg
NO PCB's or Heavy Metals
Directions for use for MorDHA Mini
Use as a food supplement for children under the age of five.
One softgel capsules once per day, preferably at mealtime. The content of the capsule can also be mixed with foods like yoghurts, salad dressing, fruit juice, milkshake with fruit; or as prescribed by a healthcare practitioner
*best taken from 6 months onwards, unless prescribed by a healthcare practitioner