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Has anyone given Green Pastures' Blue Ice CLO gummy fish to their kids? I'm debating if I should order the gummy fish or the regular CLO for my 2 year-old.

He would probably like the gummy fish over the regular CLO. Does anyone know if the gummy fish would have the same amount of CLO as the regular CLO? I want to include CLO as part of his diet to control/cure his dental caries.

I would appreciate your input.

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Has anyone given Green Pastures' Blue Ice CLO gummy fish to their kids? I'm debating if I should order the gummy fish or the regular CLO for my 2 year-old.

He would probably like the gummy fish over the regular CLO. Does anyone know if the gummy fish would have the same amount of CLO as the regular CLO? I want to include CLO as part of his diet to control/cure his dental caries.

I would appreciate your input.

Thanks!
My 2yo, and my 8 yo love Ascenta CLO, which is lemon flavoured. When we tried cherry flavoured by another brand, it was simply awful. My 5 yo won't try anything oily, and he even detects it in smoothies.

My kids are 8, 5 and 2!
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My 7 yr old recently began taking the gummy fish. They are way to firm for my 2 yr old to chew. They have a slight fishy smell/taste, but no oily feel to them. They're not bad... As for dose, I need to do the math! He currently does one or two a day. He doesn't mind the liquid, so I try to get the second dose in him in that form. FWIW, I just switched to Radient Life Premier CLO for my 2 yr old. It's not nearly as strong tasting as the FCLO and she will take it straight from the spoon. I was struggling to get the FCLO in her consistantly. Now to get more K2 in them. We're not having much luck ingesting butter oil???

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Now to get more K2 in them. We're not having much luck ingesting butter oil???
Same here.

It was fine as long as he was still eating baby food, I would just mix it in with the purees....but now?
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I give mine the butter oil on a spoon with honey and they love it. Not sure if the honey's all that great for the teeth, but at least they're getting the BO every day!
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