BIRCHRUNVILLE, PA - Go Healthy is excited to announce the launch of DHA Omega-3 Algae Oil for kids, a supplement that supports the brain (memory, focus, and attention), the heart (blood pressure, triglyceride level and HDL level), joint and eye health.
The plant-based algae oil contains a synergistic blend of essential Omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA, which are highly unsaturated fats found in cold water fish that support one’s overall health. In addition, Go Healthy algae oil
can serve as an alternative supplement for kids with ADHD to help support them with their focus and attention deficiency.
The product has a delicious orange flavor (as organic cold-pressed orange peel oil) without a fishy aftertaste, making it a kid-friendly health
supplement that kids will not mind taking every day.
Go Healthy Kids Liquid DHA/EPA Omega-3 Algae Oil is now
available to purchase for $24.99 on GoHealthyNatural.com, Amazon.com, eBay.com, and other select online marketplaces.
“Our vegan and organically-grown DHA algae oil for kids has ingredients that parents can feel good about. NO: fish, shellfish, iodine, animal derivatives, carrageenan, mercury, hexane, solvents, BPA, soy, wheat, gluten, corn, nuts, dairy, eggs, yeast, sugar, artificial preservatives, colors or flavors.
We use 3 simple ingredients: Water extracted Chromista Algae Oil, Vitamin E and Organic Orange Oil," Greg O'Neill, Founder and CEO of Go Healthy, said. "What ingredients are not in your child's nutritional supplement, is just as important as what ingredients are in it."
Go Healthy Liquid & Gummy Supplements are plant based, kid friendly, allergy friendly, vegetarian and some vegan suitable.
About Go Healthy:
Founded in 2015 by Greg O’Neill in Chester County, Pennsylvania, Go Healthy is a thriving family-owned health supplement company. The company provides supplements that are healthier and allergy-friendly, great tasting, convenient and easy to take, bio-available, and affordable to help people supplement their healthy (vegan, vegetarian, Halal or Kosher) diets. ~ Marj O'Neill