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    Zoom, Zoom Double Pack

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Zoom is a medical food that helps to treat ADD and ADHD by balancing lipid imbalances in children and young adults into their early 20s. There is a growing body of scientific evidence demonstrating that low levels of certain lipids are associated with ADHD.

May contain soy and fish.

Vayarin® capsules do not contain sugar, lactose, yeast or gluten.

BrandZoom Phosphatidylserine Omega3 EPA60 Capsules18608 Teva1302
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Zoom,  also called Vayarin, is a product made in Israel that helps treat lipid deficiencies associated with ADHD in children and young adults. The standard dosage is 2 capsules daily, either 2 capsules in the morning or 1 capsule in the morning and 1 in the evening. Customers report a greater ability to focus as a result of taking Zoom.

There are no known side effects associated with Zoom (Vayarin).

Zoom (Vayarin) is used to balance lipid deficiencies associated with ADD and ADHD in children and young adults into their 20s.



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