Numerous scientific studies have shown the benefits of DHA are crucial for the brain development of growing infants. DHA accounts for up to 97% of the omega 3 fatty acids in the brain and 93% in the eyes, hence helps to maintain the normal function and development of cells in the retina, brain and nervous system*.
Give Your Baby a Head Start
About 80% of the brain growth occurs within first two years of life, and most of the brain growth is completed by 5-6 years of age^.
Consuming the correct amount of DHA is very important for pregnant women, however most only get around 60mg a day from food#. Since infant’s DHA intake largely depends on breast milk, insufficient maternal DHA consumption will affect how much DHA an infant can consume.
LIFE NUTRITION Baby Algae DHA provides your baby with trusted source of vegetarian DHA to support overall health and development. Each softgel delivers 100 mg algae DHA, an amount recommended by many authoritative bodies for infant’s adequate intake**.
Life’sDHA is a pure source of vegetarian DHA that is grown and fermented under closed and controlled environment. Produced from renewable and sustainable algae, life’sDHA offers pure DHA in a natural, rich and concentrated form.
✓ Trusted Source - There have been more than 100 clinical trials conducted using life’sDHA.
✓ Well-recognized - Safely nourished over 150 million babies worldwide.
✓ Vegan Option - No unpleasant fishy taste and suitable for vegetarians.
The twist-off softgel design enables parent to add the DHA into baby’s food and drink easily.
No added sugar, artificial coloring, flavoring and synthetic preservatives- a pure choice for your thriving little ones.
For infants (0-12 months): take 1 softgel daily.
For kids 1 year and up: take 2 softgels daily.
Twist off the capsule tail and squeeze the contents directly into mouth or mix with food or drinks.
**Best before date is listed on bottom of bottle.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
** GOED. (2018). Global Recommendations for EPA and DHA Intake.
^Zhang, Z., Fulgoni, V. L., Kris-Etherton, P. M., & Mitmesser, S. H. (2018). Dietary Intakes of EPA and DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acids among US Childbearing-Age and Pregnant Women: An Analysis of NHANES 2001–2014. Nutrients, 10(4), 416.
#Citation: Clandinin, M. T., Chappell, J. E., Leong, S., Heim, T., Swyer, P. R., & Chance, G. W. (1980). Intrauterine fatty acid accretion rates in human brain: implications for fatty acid requirements. Early human development, 4(2), 121-129.