Tiens Kardi Junior Capsules - gummies with krill oil
Product Code: KJ
Contents: 30 capsules x 2.5 g
Essential fatty acids in Omega-3 oil – DHA and EPA, are needed by all of the cells in our human body. They are especially important for young children’s health and proper development. These fatty acids help to build the nervous system, support the cardiovascular system by contributing to the normal function of the heart, maintenance of normal blood pressure and normal blood triglyceride levels. DHA and EPA are also vital for healthy brain function and vision. The body cannot produce them and therefore they must be a part of the diet.
Tiens Kardi Junior is an ideal product for children. Tasty bear-shaped gummies with krill oil are a pure and natural source of Omega-3 fatty acids. Gummies with an orange and raspberry flavour are 100 % natural without any preservatives. It has a natural deep red colour from astaxanthin.
DHA and EPA - two essential fatty acids in Omega-3 oils, are crucial for children’s development. They provide important benefits including proper cognitive performance, brain and eyes development and a healthy heart. They take part in building new cells, keeping the membranes flexible and protective.
Tiens Krill Oil is sourced from Antarctic krill which is the world’s purest source of marine Omega-3. To preserve the high quality of the krill, the gentle harvesting is immediately followed by careful processing.
The uniqueness of krill oil is that the Omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA) are provided in phospholipid form. Phospholipids form the structural basis of cell membranes in our body. Krill oil is easily recognized, incorporated and utilised by the body.
Krill oil also contains a rich supply of astaxanthin which is one of the nature’s most powerful antioxidants in the plant and animal world. Astaxanthin is also known for having ability to crosse the blood-brain and blood-retina barrier, where it can play important functional role.
Among other medical conditions, Tiens Kardi Junior Capsules prevents, helps or treats:
Last updated: February 18, 2017