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Your brain is arguably the
most important, and certainly the most complicated, organ in the body. Give your brain the attention it deserves.
vegetarian source of the omega-3 essential fatty acid called DHA.is
important to your health because:
DHA for Your Brain and Eyes
DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid), an omega-3 fatty acid, is an important building block of brain tissue. The brain is 60% fat, and DHA is the most abundant fatty acid in both the brain and the retina of the eye. It is absolutely essential for healthy brain and eye function.
Today the average American's diet is estimated to be 100 mg lower in DHA than
it was 50 years ago. In fact, our nation has one of the lowest DHA levels in the
world. Vegetarians are particularly vulnerable to low DHA levels. Low levels of
DHA have been correlated with changes in disposition, memory loss and visual and
other neurological conditions. This decline in DHA consumption has also led to
an unhealthy imbalance between omega-3 fatty acids and the more plentiful
omega-6 fatty acids. puts DHA back into your diet, helping you maintain healthy blood levels of this
The cells in the brain, retina and other parts of the nervous system have connecting arms that transport electrical currents, sending messages throughout the body. DHA ensures the optimal composition of nerve cell membranes necessary for the most effective transmission of these signals. DHA is also important for maintaining a healthy heart and cardiovascular system.1
Fish are high in DHA because they consume microalgae, its original source and the source of DHA in Until recently, the primary supplemental source of DHA was fish oil. However, Royal BodyCare now provides NeurominsÔDHA, the only vegetarian source of this essential omega-3 fatty acid. Neuromins DHA is extracted under tightly controlled manufacturing conditions and is free of chemical pollutants that may be present in some fish oils.
The importance of DHA can be seen clearly in the composition of human breast milk. DHA is the most abundant fatty acid in breast milk because it is essential for proper development of the baby's brain, eyes and nervous system. Unfortunately, DHA levels in the breast milk of U.S. women are among the lowest in the world.
DHA is critically important for pregnant and nursing women. Studies show that breastfed babies who have an increased level of DHA in their brains also have IQ advantages over babies fed formula without DHA. An additional 200 mg of DHA (2 capsules of ) per day returns the breastmilk of the average mother to healthy levels.
The DHA in capsules is so safe that it has been incorporated into infant formulas in Europe. Unfortunately, infant formulas sold in the United States do not currently contain this essential fatty acid. Neuromins DHA has been rigorously tested for safety and approved for future use in baby formula products in the U.S. In the meantime, you can easily add DHA to your baby's formula by puncturing the capsule and pouring the oil into their bottle once a day.
A great deal of research conducted on omega-3 fatty acids points to the fact that does much more than support the brain and eyes. The inclusion of DHA in a child's diet can improve learning ability; whereas DHA deficiencies are associated with both learning and behavioral disorders.5Low DHA levels are associated with behavior problems in children and neurological conditions in adults. Mood disorders have been successfully corrected with omega-3 supplementation.2 Studies have shown that DHA can help improve difficult breathing and environmental sensitivities.3,4 The positive effects of DHA supplementation are still being discovered as this exciting research continues.
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