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Nordic Naturals launches Omega Boost Junior

Nordic Naturals launches Omega Boost Junior
Omega Boost Junior is an easy, tasty way to give kids the essential omega-3s they need for optimal health and development.

Omega Boost Junior from Nordic Naturals is an easy, tasty way to give kids the essential omega-3s they need for optimal health and development. In delicious Paradise Punch flavor, this velvety smooth formulation supports brain and eye health, and healthy immune and nervous system function in children two years and older. A half-teaspoon serving offers a potent 285 mg of omega-3s.

Like all Nordic Naturals omega-3 products, Omega Boost Junior surpasses the strictest international standards for purity, freshness, and quality. Its creamy emulsion formulation, paired with the triglyceride molecular form that Nordic Naturals insists on for its products, means fast absorption of essential omega-3s. Omega Boost Junior is kid-friendly with no gluten, corn, dairy, yeast, GMOs, or artificial colors or flavors.

According to Joar Opheim, Nordic Naturals CEO and founder, “We have always been committed to making products that taste great so that people want to take them. This is particularly important with products for children. Omega Boost Junior is not only delicious, it has a creamy consistency that kids like. It also offers meaningful levels of omega-3s, which parents will appreciate.”

Omega Boost Junior is the newest member of the Omega Boost family of products. Omega Boost is also available in new Creamy Lemon and original Tropical Mango flavors. Formulated with families in mind, the Omega Boost line offers a product for everyone.

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