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Prenatal DHA is used during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Clinical studies have reported that omega 3 fatty acids are very important for brain and eye development in the fetus and postnatal infant. OB doctors recommend that expectant women take DHA and continue to do so while they are breastfeeding. Prenatal DHA uses a non fish DHA source that circumvents the issue of metallic toxins and other contaminants found in fish sources. The source of Prenatal DHA is algae. Omega 3s are not just for brain and eye development for the prenate but for heart, blood vessels, joints and skin. In actuality, DHA is important for all cells in the body as it is a component of all cell membranes.
- pregnancy and prenatal development
Consumers rate Prenatal DHA anywhere from 3 to 5 stars but mostly 5 stars. All agree it is a good value as well as a good product. One consumer says there is no fishy order or aftertaste and are easy to take. Because it is purified there is no worry about mercury contamination. Some say their baby is born a genius. A number of consumers have had their OB office recommend these supplements because they are highly rated. These softgels don’t upset your stomach.
Take 1 Softgel a day with food or as directed by your healthcare provider.
Store in a cool, dry place. If you are taking other medications, talk to your healthcare provider before you take this product.