Fish Oil Junior

Immune System Support Supports memory and brain development

Omega 3 is vital for a child's growth and development. New Zealand Pure Health Junior Fish Oil Junior is a premium quality fish oil, containing high levels of DHA and EPA, essential fatty acids.

NZ Pure Health Junior Fish Oil supplement also has the added benefit of Bovine Colostrum which can also support a child's immune system.

Each NZ Pure Health Fish Oil Junior chewable capsule contains:
658.7mg Fish Oil (Omega 3 DHA 80mg and EPA 120mg), 57.15mg Colostrum powder (20% IgG), 1.3mg Zinc Aminoate and encapsulating materials.
This product contains no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.

Omega 3 Junior capsule



Children aged 3+ years, take one (1) or two (2) chewables daily or as professionally advised.

Children 1-2 years: take one (1) capsule daily under supervision (choking hazard), or as professionally advised.

The naturally sweetened capsule may be safely chewed or swallowed by children over 3 years of age, the tail of the capsule may be cut off and the contents squeezed onto food, spoon or straight into the mouth.

If on prescription medication, please check with your healthcare professional first.

New Zealand Pure Health Junior Fish Oil supports:

  • Normal brain function and neurological development
  • Eye health
  • Learning, concentration and behaviour
  • Assisting with mood balance
  • Immune health

Childhood growth and development requires good nutritional support. In order for our children to maintain general health and wellness they need a balanced ratio of Omega 3 and Omega 6. Omega 3 essential fatty acid is necessary for health but cannot be produced by the body. Rich in DHA and EPA, NZ Pure Health Omega 3 Junior supports normal brain function, eye health and may assist with low moods. With the added benefit of Colostrum which provides immune support.

What is newzealandpurehealth Omega 3?
Omega-3 fatty acids are a form of polyunsaturated fats, one of four basic types of fat that the body derives from food. (Cholesterol, saturated fat, and monounsaturated fat are the others.) All polyunsaturated fats, including the omega-3s, are increasingly recognised as important to human health.
Eating too many foods rich in saturated fats has been associated with the development of degenerative diseases, including heart disease and even cancer. Polyunsaturated fatty acids, however, are actually good for you.
Omega-3 fatty acids include eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexanoic acid (DHA), both found primarily in oily cold-water fish such as tuna, salmon and mackerel.

Health Benefits
Scientists made one of the first associations between omega-3s and human health while studying the Inuit (Eskimo) people of Greenland in the 1970s. As a group, the Inuit suffered far less from certain diseases (coronary heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes mellitus, psoriasis) than their European counterparts. Yet their diet was very high in fat from eating whale, seal and salmon. Eventually researchers realised that these foods were all rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which provided real disease-countering benefits.
Researchers continue to explore this exciting field. They've found that without a sufficient supply of polyunsaturated omega-3s, the body will use saturated fat to construct cell membranes. The resulting cell membranes, however, are less elastic, a situation that can have a negative effect on the heart because it makes it harder to return to a resting state.
In addition, nutritionists have come to recognise the importance of balancing omega-3 fatty acids in the diet. Because most people on a typical Western diet consume far more omega-6-rich foods (including cereals, whole-grain bread, baked goods, fried foods, margarine and others), the ratio is out of balance for almost everyone. This means for most Americans the emphasis now needs to be on increasing omega-3s to make the ratio more even.

Specifically, omega-3s in fish oil or other forms may help to:

  • Improve heart health.
  • Support mental wellness
  • Support joint health

Apparently, omega-3s help enhance the ability of brain-cell receptors to comprehend mood-related signals from other neurons in the brain. In other words, the omega-3s are believed to help keep the brain's entire traffic pattern of thoughts, reactions and reflexes running smoothly and efficiently.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Beth Kerchner

I bought it for my grandson and although it says chewable, which it is fish oil does not always taste good when you chew it.