Creche Guard BRAIN FUEL Omega 3 Chews

What are Creche Guard BRAIN FUEL Omega 3 Chews ?

Creche Guard BRAIN FUEL Omega 3 Chews are high in both EPA and DHA, this assists your child's body in developing and maintaining aspects of brain and eye function such as concentration and learning abilities. Creche Guard BRAIN FUEL Omega 3 Chews, offer a convenient and GREAT TASTING way to get the Omega-3 essential fatty acids that your child needs, into the daily diet, with NO FISHY AFTER TASTE!

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Omega 3 Fatty Acids

These essential fatty acids help feed the brain and keep it healthy. They contribute to building new cells — key to developing the central nervous and cardiovascular systems and are also important for eye function


EPA can help with focus, attention and reducing aggression. Dry skin conditions, asthma and allergies are also common in children and good levels of EPA can help reduce the inflammation associated with these issues.


DHA is brain nutrition, like bones need calcium, brains need DHA. The cells in the brain, retina, heart and other parts of the nervous system are still developing in your child, so a sufficient daily intake of DHA is vital.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C forms collagen, a tissue that helps to hold cells together. It's essential for healthy bones, teeth, gums, and blood vessels. It also helps the body absorb iron, aids in wound healing, and contributes to brain function.

Interesting Reads

What is Omega 3?

Omega-3 fatty acids (especially DHA) are the building blocks a child needs to build a healthy brain. Insufficient omega-3 levels are common in children with ADHD, and there is evidence that omega-3 supplementation improves behavior and ADHD symptoms

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Good Nutrition

Think about how foods affects you. If you don't eat enough of the right foods, you feel sluggish and can barely manage the smallest tasks. Some foods (sugar) make you want to go like a maniac and then let you down quickly immediately thereafter. The effects are even more dramatic for your child. Healthy nutrition gives them the energy, stamina, and strength to navigate their day optimally and consistently so that they can deal with any obstacles along the way.

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Why is protein important?

Protein builds, maintains, and replaces the tissues in your body. (Not the tissues you blow your nose in! We mean the stuff your body's made up of.) Your muscles, your organs, and your immune system are made up mostly of protein. Protein foods also help the nervous system function properly. Their iron helps carry oxygen in the blood and prevents anemia; their magnesium aids in bone building and energy release in muscles; and their zinc helps the immune system function.

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