Eye Q 500mg Chews

by Eye q


  • May help maintain concentration levels
  • Supports healthy brain development
  • Strawberry flavour


Eye q chews is a naturally sourced omega-3 and omega-6 food supplementation suitable for children 3 years and up. It may help maintain concentration levels and healthy brain development. Eye q contains a unique fish oil that gives the highest level of EPA that nature can provide.


Fish oil, evening primrose oil strawberry flavour, vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopherol, from IP soya). Capsule shell (glycerol, gelatin, purified water, xylitol, strawberry flavour, powdered cellulose).


Consult your doctor or pharmacist if you are pregnant, on any medication, or if you have any medical condition before starting supplementation. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Keep in a cool dry place.


Take 2 capsules per day with food. Take 6 capsules per day for the first 12 weeks when starting supplementation or after a long break to build up levels of essential fatty acids.

Dietary Summary

  • No Artificial Flavouring
  • No Artificial Colours
  • Suitable For Children

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