Advancis Omega mousse
In fact, Advancis Omega mousse is a food supplement emulsion composed by Omega-3 essential fatty acids. With a high concentration of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Advancis® Omegamousse which has an unquestionable efficiency in the brain, emotions, relations, motor and eye development in children. Moreover, this mousse is a creamy and tasty fruit-flavored emulsion.
Benefits of this product are:
- First, concentration and focus.
- Second, improves also learning abilities.
- As well, beneficial for visual development.
- Also, brain, cognitive and psychomotor development.
- Additionally, for all the situations where it is necessary to have a supplementary supply of Omega-3 fatty acids.
- Finally, Dyslexia, Hyperactivity, Lack of concentration, Low IQ, Bad behavior, even Lack of motor coordination.
So, how to use Advancis Omega mousse?
First, for kids from 1-3 years old: 1 coffee spoon (2.5 ml) per day, with any meal.
And, for those from 4-12 Years old: 1 teaspoon (5 ml) per day, with any meal.
Finally, from 12 years old onwards: 1 dessert spoon (10 ml) per day, with any meal.
Shake well before use. It is even necessary to take it regularly during a minimum period of 3 months.
Warnings Of Usage:
If you are taking any prescription medicine or if you are pregnant or nursing a child, consult then your pharmacist or doctor before using this product. Yet, keep Out of the Reach of Children. And also store in a dry, controlled room environment. Consult even your doctor or pharmacist in case of unusual side effects.
However, ingredients of this product are:
DHA and EPA: Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and Elcosapentaenoic acid (EPA) are Omega-3 essential fatty acids that assure a balanced and healthy development. They cannot be synthesized by the body, therefore need to be obtained through food and/or supplements.
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