Click to enlargeCarlson Labs - Super DHA Gems - 60 gels

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Super DHA Gems by Carlson Labs is a unique combination of Norwegian fish oils give you high-potency DHA and EPA for heart, brain, vision and joint health.

Before birth and during infancy, DHA plays an essential role in the healthy development of the entire nervous system, including the brain and retinas. DHA is provided to us in the womb and later from breast milk. As we develop and mature, we get DHA from our diet or a supplement, and it continues to play a critical role in brain and vision health.

DHA is prevalent in the retina, and the cells that make vision possible have more DHA than any other cells in our body. Provide optimal support for cognitive function and vision with Carlson Super DHA Gems.

Promotes brain, vision, and joint health
500 mg of DHA in a single soft gel
Wild caught and sustainably sourced
IFOS and IGEN non-GMO certified

Super DHA Gems Ingredients in 2 softgels:
Vitamin E(as d-alpha tocopherol) 6.7 mg
Norwegian Fish Oil Concentrate 1 g
Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids 640 mg
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) 500 mg
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) 100 mg

Other Ingredients: Soft Gel Shell (beef gelatin, glycerin, water, Contains fish (anchovy, sardine, mackerel).

Suggested Use: Take 1 soft gel daily at mealtime.


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