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    giving Omega3 fish oil to a Toddler
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    cindy2boys posted:
    Hi. I have twin boys that are 28 months old. They are both in speech therapy, because they are not talking as much as a two year old should. and the speech therapist recommend me giving them Omega3 fish oil supplements. she said she has heard it works wonders with the connection between the brain and speech development. she told me I should look into it and also check with my pediatrician. But, just wondering if anyone here has an insight? if so, please reply.
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