I’ve got a quick review today for Nutrabear Omega 3 Gummie vitamins. These are vegan and they’re orange flavored gummies. Honestly they’re not bad, they do have a chemical smell to them, but once you get pas the smell they don’t taste too bad.I let my wife and kids try them as well to get their opinion and it’s mixed. Read on to learn more…
Product Name and Info:
Get your daily Omega-3 allowance from 2 yummy gummy bears!
Made with no animal products (gelatin free, no fishy taste)
Specially formulated for both kids and adults.
Helps support brain and heart function.*
Delicious, mildly sweet orange flavor.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration
Price: $14.77 (from Amazon at time of review)
The bottle is nice and large with 120 vitamins in the bottle. You take two per day and 120 of them means you should get two months of them for one person.
They’re Omega 3 or fish oil vitamins so they look like little fish. They’re orange flavored so they’re orange in color. The first thing I did was smell them when I opened the bottle and they do have a strong, almost chemical smell to them with a slight hint of citrus or orange.
So the best way to test these was to get everyone to try them. I got my wife and three boys to try them out for a taste test, and I tried them too of course:
Nick: disgusting, horrible smell, but you can taste orange
Kris: nasty, disgusting
Vinnie: wouldn’t even try them
Mom: not bad, but not great, taste better than they smell. Different texture than actual gummy products, more bouncy than squishy. Taste like an orange crayon. No after taste like regular fish oil vitamins.
Me: Slight orange taste, not bad overall, no fish taste. Taste better than they smell.
If you can get paste the initial smell, then they’re not bad in my opinion. They do taste much better than they smell honestly.
+No fish taste
+No after taste like regular fish oil
+Big bottle that should last two months
-Almost chemical smell
-My kids didn’t like them
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