Omega 3 supplement
for babies.

Omega 3 supplement for babies

Baby omega 3 supplements are vitality important for your child’s growth. During pregnancy, a developing baby will receive fatty acids through its mother’s blood supplying the placenta. During breastfeeding, the infant will continue to receive fatty acids through its mother’s milk. But since an infant’s particular requirement for DHA and AA continues for the first two years of life, when brain growth is rapid, it is important to safeguard against fatty acid deficiencies in the infant’s diet once breastfeeding has stopped. For this reason, Equazen developed eye q baby omega 3 supplement.

Eye q baby omega 3 supplement includes specific omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA as well as omega-6 long chain fatty acid AA and its precursor GLA, which are important for a baby’s healthy growth. The formulation is based on extensive research into the role of fatty acids in neurodevelopment. Learn more >

About 30% of the dry weight of the brain and eye is made up of long chain fatty acids, the majority being omega-3 DHA, and to a lesser degree omega-6 AA. These nutrients can only be supplied from the diet, and it is particularly important that they are in constant supply during the first two years of a child’s life, the time when brain growth is most rapid.

Ingredients in eye q baby

  • Hi-DHA fish oil
  • Capsule shell (gelatin, glycerol, purified water) – not to be swallowed, only the content to be fed to infants
  • Virgin Evening Primrose Oil
  • Vitamin E (as D-alpha tocopherol, derived from IP soya

Typical nutrition information

Per daily intake (1 capsule):
Fish Oil (omega-3) 200 MG
Of which contains:
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 14 MG
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 100 MG
Arachidonic Acid (AA) 2.8 MG
Evening Primrose Oil (omega-6) 50 MG
Of which contains:
Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) 5 MG
Natural Vitamin E 1.4 MG (14% RDA)

Directions for use

  • One capsule per day with food
  • Twist off the capsule and squeeze the contents into food. Capsules are not to be swallowed or fed to children
  • Do not exceed the recommended daily intake
  • Consult your child’s doctor or pharmacist if your child is on any medication or if your child has any medical condition before starting any baby omega 3 supplement
  • Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a well balanced and varied diet