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Barlean's Omega Swirl Fish Oil Orange 8 Ounces

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Organic Fish Oil Supplement | Barlean's Omega Swirl Fish Oil Orange

If you're looking for a brand new Fish Oil Omega supplement, look no further. Barlean's Omega Swirl Fish Oil Orange will help to provide you with extreme energy & endurance, as well as promote good Heart health. Barlean's Omega Swirl Fish Oil Orange has a pleasant taste, & will also encourage healthy Hair, Skin, & Nails. Barlean's Omega Swirl will also improve your overall Hormonal & Sexual health, & support Mental acuity. Step up your overall wellness today. Pick up a bottle now. Introducing Barlean's Omega Swirl Fish Oil Orange!!

Barlean's Omega Swirl Fish Oil Orange Benefits

  • Promotes Extreme Heart Health
  • Supports Healthy Cholesterol Levels
  • Provides Increased Energy & Endurance
  • Supports Healthy Hair, Skin, & Nails
  • Helps To Provide Overall Hormonal & Sexual Health
  • Provides Extreme Mental Acuity & Wellness
  • Encourages Healthy Blood Glucose Levels

How Do I Take Barlean's Omega Swirl Fish Oil Orange?

Barlean's recommends adults taking one (1) Tablespoon daily. Children, 4 years & older, taking 2 Teaspoons daily, or as directed by your Healthcare Professional.

Barlean's Omega Swirl Fish Oil Orange Side Effects & Warnings

Keep out of reach of children. As with all dietary supplements, consult your Healthcare Professional before use. See product label for more information.


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