Win a Nintendo DSi and Brain Training game plus a supply of Equazen eye q
Thursday 02 September 2010
With summer holidays nearly over and the nights now drawing in, it can only mean one thing. Households across the country will soon be getting ready for ‘Back to School’! As every parent knows, ensuring kids are getting the most out of classroom learning is key to them doing well at school.
So as well as planning some healthy packed lunches and buying the obligatory new school bag, make sure they’re getting enough Omega-3 too. Omega-3 essential fatty acids are renowned for their role in helping to maintain brain, heart, joint and eye health in people of all ages.
Yet getting kids to eat oily fish like sardines and mackerel - one of the best sources of Omega-3 - can often be a ‘mission impossible’!
For those kids whose brains tells them they don’t like oily fish, a daily supplement like Equazen eye q can help ensure they’re getting those nutritional benefits without the tears! For more information visit equazen.co.uk
Why not also keep them entertained with a little brain training? We’ve teamed up with Omega-3 specialists Equazen to offer one lucky winner a fantastic Nintendo DSi hand-held gaming console and Brain Training game. You’ll also get a supply of Equazen eye q, naturally sourced, unique blend Omega-3 supplements.
THIS COMPETITION CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT BST ON SUNDAY 3RD OCTOBER 2010
Winner: C. Newman
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