ChildLife Cod Liver Oil Strawberry 8 fl. oz.

Item #: CD1009
UPC #: 608274105003

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Product Description - ChildLife Cod Liver Oil Strawberry 8 fl. oz.

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For many generations among many different cultures, families have given their children Cod Liver Oil. Folklore tells us that this was because families observed how children raised with Cod Liver Oil grew healthier and smarter. Modern research now confirms this historical wisdom. ChildLife provides the world's purest Cod Liver Oil available.

How to grade your Cod Liver Oil:
Freshness: delivery time from fishing boat to manufacturing plant.
Purity: Artic Cod, sourced from the northern arctic seas surrounding the fiords of Norway.
Quality: pressed only from pure Cod Liver,- no other fish or parts of fish used.
Purification: patented molecular distillation process delivers the cleanest oil available.
Testing: the contents of each bottle is tested for any contaminants, PCB's, dioxins, mercury, other metals and exceeds the highest standards.
Flavoring: passes the children's taste test with an all-natural strawberry flavor.

ChildLife uses only the highest quality ingredients. Gluten free casein free, alcohol free. Contains no milk, eggs, soy, wheat, yeast or corn. No artificial colorings, flavorings or sweeteners.

Suggested Use:
For infants 6 months - 1 yr: ½ teaspoon daily
For children 2-12 yrs: 1 -2 teaspoons daily

  • Shake well before use.
  • Refrigerate after opening.
  • Give directly or mix with your child's favorite drink.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 teaspoon (5mL)
Servings Per Container: 48
ItemAmount%DV* Under 4yrs.%DV* 4yrs.+
Calories45  
   Calories From Fat45  
Total Fat5 g 8%
   Saturated Fat1 g 5%
   Cholesterol14 mg 4.7%
Vitamin A870-1950 IU38-80%15-40%
Vitamin D0-40 IU0-20%0-10%
Vitamin D0-8 IU  
Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids providing: 1225 mg   
DHA (Docosahexoenic Acid)600 mg
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)400 mg
Other Omega-3250 mg
† Daily Value (DV) not established
* Percent Daily Values (DV) based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Other Ingredients: Purified Arctic Cod Liver Oil, Natural Strawberry Flavor. Contains: Fish
Warning: None


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Additional Information

Manufacturer ChildLife
SKU CD1009
UPC # 608274105003
Product Type Liquid
Volume 8 oz.
Flavor Strawberry
How Many Drops? 8 fl. oz. = 3,600 Drops
How Many Teaspoons? 8 fl. oz. = 48 teaspoons
How Many Tablespoons? 8 fl. oz. = 16 Tablespoons

ChildLife

ChildLife provides a complete line of nutritional supplements designed specifically for infants and children. Our experience with infants and children's healthcare is extensive.

Dr. Murray Clarke, who founded the company and developed the product line, has been specializing in pediatrics in his homeopathic and nutritional clinic for the past twenty years. The ChildLife Essentials line is literally the product of this experience. The ten products we offer are those, which have proven to be the most important, and the most effective in supporting healthy development and promoting natural immune strength in infants and children.

ChildLife Essentials are made from the highest quality natural ingredients. There are no artificial additives in any of our products. No artificial flavorings, no artificial sweeteners, and no added colorings. The great taste of the products makes taking nutritional supplements an easy part of a child's daily routine.

These products are sold in natural stores, health food stores and pharmacies throughout America. Internationally, they are distributed in Taiwan. Singapore, China, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Ireland, Croatia, Poland, Romania and New Zealand.

We are very proud of this product line and are deeply committed to promoting improved nutrition for children as a foundation for good health and well-being.

ChildLife Essentials
Nutritional Supplements for Infants and Children
5335 McConnell Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Tel. 310-305-4640
Fax 310-305-4680
http://childlife.net

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