Deva, Omega-3 DHA, Vegan, Lemon Flavor, 2 fl oz (60 ml)
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- Liquid DHA from Algae
- Vegan Certified
- Life's DHA
The DHA oil used in this product is derived from microalgae grown in a closed-culture facility on land, using drinkable water. It is clean, safe and free of ocean-borne contaminants.
Adults 14 drops, children 7 drops daily with food, or as directed by a health care provider. For children younger than 2 years old ask a doctor.
Refrigerate after opening. Shake well before using.
Sunflower oil, natural mixed tocopherols, lemon oil, stevia, ascorbyl palmitate, sunflower lecithin, rosemary extract, citric acid (all of the ingredients are from plant/mineral sources).
This product does NOT contain animal products, derivatives or byproducts. 100% vegetarian, vegan. This product is certified vegan by the Vegan Society.
Food Sensitivity: Free of GMOs, yeast, gluten, hexane, wheat, sugar, salt and preservatives.
Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
|Serving Size: Approx. 14 drops/adults, 7 drops/child|
|Servings Per Container: Adults 90; Children 180|
|Amount per Serving||Children||Adults|
|DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)||100 mg*||200 mg*|
|* Daily Value not established|
This is an excellent algae omega-3 product to take with food. e.g. Yogurt,smoothies, preferably something sweet. You could take it directly but I don't recommend it , even with the bubble gum flavor it still smells fishy. Algae Oil is a great alternative to fish oil since it contains DHA, an Omega-3 fatty acid that is not found in flax oil. This product is also more economical than DHA capsules. I take it for its Omega-3 but there is some Lycopene in it too.
I have been concerned for some time that I could not tolerate any omega 3 products. All the ones I have tried have been fish oil products and for many years, due to health issues, I have been unable to tolerate eating any meat or fish. When I discovered this product , an omega 3 that was not animal based, I was very keen to try it and indeed found I can tolerate it. I do not know if it has any of the fishy taste some people find objectionable as I mix it with food that contains a lot of healthy spices which will mask any flavour. I also appreciate the fact it is in liquid form in a dropper bottle as this makes it so much easier when mixing it with food - much better than cutting open capsules.
dha - wow
Posted by 4954915272334175813 on Oct 22, 2016
works for every one i gave it, from children to adults for concentration in children an students
Yuak! But my kids like it.
Posted by 4665503560050011313 on Nov 25, 2014
The taste of this is really awful according to me, but my children don't disagree when they get their daily supplement in form of these drops mixed into their cereals or oatmeal... Very happy that it is vegan:-).
Can´t say weather its good or bad...
Posted by 5541082259947509252 on Mar 20, 2014
I havent been able to try this product properly, I bought it to have in smoothies for my kids. But they taste it immediatley and no way they like it :( so I guess I will try to finish it myself. It does have quite a fishy flavor to it. So its difficult to sneak it in someones food... :)
Strong taste/odour, bruising
Posted by 5494460406381950056 on Nov 20, 2013
My body quit bruising easily when I went vegan several years ago, and this supplement made it come back with a vengeance, and my young daughter didn't fare much better. I've looked at recs from the vegan doctors and dieticians, and can only conclude it doesn't do this body good and I probably don't need it, although other people might find it useful... I get a considerable amount of short-chain omega 3s from ground flax, chia, walnuts, eating loads of greens, some seaweeds/chlorella perhaps. Combined with limited refined oil, my ratios are pretty darn good to perfect - that might be the key, or individuals may vary. I find the smell and taste of this product beyond appalling, like rotten fish... if that's an indicator! I'm in two minds about that. But take a whiff, check yourself for bruises, see how it goes if you want... or just say no! Yuck! Take a B-12 and get off the internet, vegans, you'll do just fine - nay, possibly better - without wasting money on questionable, foul-tasting supplements.
Tip for taking your liquid vegan DHA
Posted by Reviewer3196833 on Dec 31, 2012
We have been successfully taking this product for years! The trick to taking this product without any nasty taste is simply to purchase empty v caps and fill one vcap with the liquid dha and swallow with water. Simple! This liquid version is far superior to the competitors because the liquid is less likely to go rancid while in full liquid form. We store in the refrigerator just to be extra safe.