Dynavit Fish Oil
Children may need to take vitamin and mineral supplements to live a healthy life, support and strengthen their resistance to diseases. Dynavit family's first product in the field of Pediatrics, Dynavit Fish Oil, syrup form and rich DHA content1, which meets with its consumers in the field of food supplement, entered by Eczacıbaşı Pharmaceuticals Co. with the slogan “Support (That) You Are Looking For”, supports the daily nutrition of children.
Dynavit Fish Oil is the first member of the Dynavit Pediatrics Portfolio that aims to bring together the vitamins and minerals needed by the next generation of children with it consumers, and thanks to its rich DHA content1, it contributes to maintaining normal brain functions2.
Dynavit Fish Oil, which is recommended to be consumed with 1 scale (5 ml) of meals per day for children aged 4-10 and adults aged 11 and over, contains 1300 mg of triglyceride form fish oil, 650 mg DHA and 195 mg EPA. Dynavit Fish Oil is orange-flavored and sugar-free, which the children can easily drink and is attractive to them.
Eczacıbaşı Pharmaceuticals Co., which gives great importance to the reliable sources of its suppliers of raw materials, also used high quality and reliable sources of raw materials in the Dynavit Fish Oil which developed for children, has quality ceritifications such as GOED (Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega 3’s), FOS (Friend of The Sea), Dolphin Safe and Halal Certificates.
Dynavit Fish Oil is free from preservatives, artificial colorants, and refined sugar. And also it is sweetened with the zero-calorie herbal sugar stevia, which is found to be beneficial instead of sugar, especially for children. Dynavit Fish Oil is only avaliable in pharmacies.
For more detailed information, visit www.dynavit.com.tr
1.The amount of DHA content in Dynavit Fish Oil is higher than the EPA content
2.Turkish Food Codex Regulation on Nutrition and Health, published in the repeated Official Newspaper dated 26.01.2017 and No. 29960
3.RK;, G. S. K. S. N. G. (2010, February). Stevia (Stevia Rebaudiana) a Bio-Sweetener: A Review. Retrieved May 2020, from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19961353/