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Omega fish oils - where to buy for toddler that taste nice - not too expensive??

(7 Posts)
saffymum Tue 03-Jul-07 11:59:01

Anyone got suggestions where to buy omega fish oil vitamin tablets or chewables that taste nice? I want to give a daily dose to DS but the ones we've tried taste horrid (I tried them!!) and the syrup which is that Brainwise is so expensive to use each day (ie one bottle a month costs about £8)


Hathor Tue 03-Jul-07 12:06:59

Sardine sandwiches?

saffymum Tue 03-Jul-07 12:08:12

Thats the obvious choice but he won't eat fish in large quantities..... I suppose I could 'dress' the fish up...

flibbertyjibbet Tue 03-Jul-07 12:11:27

My kids will eat a stack of sardines or pilchards mashed then spread quite thin on toast. mmmmm.

Hathor Tue 03-Jul-07 12:15:51

OH good idea - we used to love pilchards in tomato sauce. Would probably taste nice mashed and on a rice cake?

DominiConnor Tue 03-Jul-07 12:21:05

Pilchards on toast is very attractive to some toddlers.

TaylorsMummy Tue 03-Jul-07 12:22:37

i give my dd's multivitiams plus omega and doesn't taste like fish

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