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FISH OILS FROM DOMOWA APTECZKA

FISH OILS IN THE DELICIOUS SYRUP-LIKE TEXTURE
– NO FISH AFTERTASE!

THERE’S A WELL KNOW SAYING THAT YOU CANNOT INVENT THE WHEEL FOR THE SECOND TIME.
BUT YOU CAN IMPROVE IT!

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It all begun with our children who constantly got sick. Always running with a cold, having to skip classes in school or kindergarten and we as parents had to alternately take time off from work or hire babysitters.

We have four children, two sons at the age of 12 and 15 and two daughters, 19 and 5 years old. Our children motivated us to prepare something that seemed impossible—to create a fish oil with syrup-like texture that doesn’t leave the unpleasant fish aftertaste. Oily liquid, recognized for its healthy properties, extracted from shark liver instead of cod became delicious fish oil flavored with raspberry or mango and peach.

The taste is undoubtedly our advantage.

The advantages of fish oils have been long known and valued. Nevertheless, when we introduced these products to the pharmacy market we wanted to offer them in an absolutely new and innovative form of a tasty syrup! The new formula should convince people who never consumed fish oil for its taste or went for the capsules instead.

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FISH OIL Juicy Mango and Peach

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FISH OIL
Delicious Raspberry

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BETTER ASSIMILATION

The formula and consistency of the syrup aid digestion and absorption of active materials contained in our fish oils. Therefore, we recommend it also to adults who up till now used products in capsule form instead. The economic value also comes into place here e.g. 1 teaspoon of 5 ml MultiOmega is equal to 4 capsules of fish oil from omega 3, and in case of Greenland shark liver oil 1 teaspoon of 5 ml is also an equivalent of 4 capsules, each containing 250 mg of fish oil. Larger packaging of 250 ml of the aforementioned products is an equivalent of 250 capsules.

Omega 3 fish oils

MultiOmega 3 Junior

Omega 3 Fish Oil

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MultiOmega Efficient Mind

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MARINE FISH OIL REACH IN OMEGA 3

MENTAL AND INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT

Marine fish oil from the gadidae family is especially recommended for children during their intense physical and mental development for its inclusion of Omega 3 because it’s an active component of the grey matter of the brain responsible for the proper mental development of the child. The high concentration of vitamins A, D, E in marine fish oils is also supporting children’s resistance (vitamin A, D), and the growth of bones and teeth (vitamin D and K).

Infancy, childhood and puberty are the periods of development for neurons, grey matter of the brain, and synaptogenesis. These processes are related to, among other, DHA accumulation in the brain. Given the poor performance of the endogenous production of n-3 PUFA (omega 3), one should pay special attention to provide proper amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids from food during these periods of life.

The particularly important role of DHA in brain development during the fetal period has been confirmed. Recent studies also indicate an important role of n-3 PUFA when treating neuropsychiatric disorders, which occur among children. Low concentrations of n-3 PUFA among children is said to be caused by an increasing risk of cognitive disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism. In a study on a large group of healthy children between 7 to 9 years old, which exhibit problems associated with reading, a correlation between a low level of EPA and DHA in blood and poor reading and memorization test results as well as ADHD symptoms was found. EU Regulation No. 432/2012 from 16 May 2012 confirms the beneficial effect of DHA on the proper functioning of the brain with the daily intake of a minimum amount of 250 mg.

Source: Part of the article „Suplementacja długołańcuchowymi wielonienasyconymi kwasami tłuszczowymi omega-3 i alkiloglicerolami” Mgr farm. Przemysław Taciak (Warszawski Uniwersytet Medyczny), Profesor dr hab. n. farm. Aleksander P. Mazurek (Narodowy Instytut Leków).

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