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Expecta Lipil DHA for Pregnant and Nursing Moms Softgels, 30 Ea (Pack of 2)

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Expecta Lipil DHA for Pregnant and Nursing Moms Softgels, 30 Ea (Pack of 2) + Baby Ddrops® 400 IU 90 drops + Baby Banana Bendable Training Toothbrush, Infant
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Product Description

Formulated With a hint of lemon to reduce potential aftertaste. Made from a non-fish source of DHA. Support your babys brain and eye development during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001F0RA34
  • UPC: 328947826027 885246811227
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (116 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,131 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Very easy to swallow and no aftertaste.
R. Brown
I Will introduce to my friends and buy again. it is good for me and my baby!
Lei Xiao
Thankfully, they are pretty easy to find both in stores and online.
tigger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rohit on October 4, 2013
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I had this item on auto re-order from Amazon. The 1st order was fulfilled to me. I paid ~20 $ for 60 gels (2 30 pack). After the 1st delivery, I got a mail from Amazon informing me that this item is no longer available for auto re-order and they canceled the next delivery and beyond. Now the exact same product is being sold for $90 (mark up of 450%). I would strongly recommend anyone planning to purchase this product to look at competitor sites. I started ordering mine from the small retailer based in Bentonville, AR. This is price gouging at its finest. Thank you Amazon for showing that you are not infallible
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 16, 2014
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Pros:
Easy to take
Nice individual wrapping per gel cap
Not fishy like fish oils can be
A boost to DHA

Cons:
Expensive for just 200 mg of DHA
It's only 200 mg of DHA
Synthetic

My biggest issue with this is that is only 200 mg of DHA for this price. Considering a pregnant woman should be consuming over 900 mg of DHA a day, means you would have to take 5 of these pills a day. That would cost at least $60 a month in Expecta Lipil. You are much better off getting yourself a DHA concentrated fish oil. That can be done for only $8 a month, plus you get the added benefit of EPA (which can help with postpartum depression).

I wouldn't suggest that you start taking 5 Expecta Lipil pills a day. I do not know if because of its synthetic nature, it would be a bad this to do. Get fish oils and save money and get better nutrition for your developing baby. If you literally can't stomach the fish oil, then I really feel for you. You are doing what you can and it is respectable that you are the best you can with the Expecta DHA.

Make your goal 900 mg of DHA a day if you are able. Try not to exceed 4000 mg of omega 3s a day. Take a web search for Vin Kutty, he has some great knowledge and advice when it some to DHA, a suggestion of 900+. Also do a web search for Weston Price and you will notice the recommended cod fish liver oil, 2 teaspoons a day for a pregnant woman, comes out to be about 1000 mg of DHA. Lastly, there is a study where woman were given 2 teaspoons of cod fish liver oil every day, and the results showed that the kids at age 4 had higher test scores. "those whose mothers had taken cod-liver oil scored significantly higher on the test".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By zhangyikang on November 19, 2013
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This thing effect to learn after, now ok.i am from china.I think this should be better than life 's dha is more suitable for pregnant women
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Henry on September 2, 2014
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These were perfect, I didn't like having to take prenatal vitamins and a separate DHA vitamin. This combined both and were not too large that it was difficult to swallow. These vitamins did not have any weird aftertaste or taste like some vitamins have. These also did not make me nauseous or sick like a lot of prenatal vitamins cause.
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By momofboys on July 4, 2014
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took these with all 3 pregnancies along with a pre-natal vitamin. no fishy burps.
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By Chen on May 13, 2014
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yes , it is good for healthy. I like it. May be i will buy it again next time .
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By Elizabeth Brock on April 21, 2014
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Highly recommended by my OBGYN because a lot of prenatal vitamins do not contain the recommended dosage of DHA. This product is perfect to pair with your prenatal!
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By 3446 on February 19, 2014
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i wanna buy more, but i am just allowed to buy four boxes. don't know why and what to do
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