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DHA Script - High DHA Formula Omega 3 Fatty Acid with Vitamin D - by Suzy Cohen, RPh

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Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Effects on Brain.

DHA also helps maintain cellular fluidity, which supports our memory and thinking patterns.* DHA is a fat and so are your eyes.

For that reason, DHA may support your vision. DHA supports brain, eye, and nervous system function in developing babies.

It improves immune function and mood support for moms throughout all stages of pregnancy.

Omega 3 fatty acids support fatty organs.* Omega 3s include both EPA and DHA. That’s why you see both on the label of your supplements.

We believe that DHA can rightly be called brain food.* In other words... DHA is food for your brain!* The literature is clear: If you want to support brain health, then essential fatty acids like fish oils and DHA are the way to go.

It’s not just a supplement. DHA is something babies get from their mothers through breast milk. It gives them a great head start. Even if you didn’t get DHA through breast feeding as an infant, it’s okay to start now.

Better late than never because DHA is brain food, literally.

DHA is great if you want to optimize brain health and mood support. Your brain’s cerebral cortex is composed of 20% fatty acids... and DHA is a critical nutrient for general brain health.

At the end of the day, DHA is a quintessential component for your brain, and important research on DHA has shown it supports structural integrity of your central nervous system.

Research also shows that DHA supports a healthy mood and emotional well-being. It's ideal for anyone seeking healthy cognitive function.

Improve My Short Attention Span?

If you have a short attention span, then you probably forget things easily. In fact, do you get derailed from a task easily or distracted by sounds and noises? What about your brain function? Do you feel like you used to be faster at thinking things through and making decisions?

These types of questions are probably questions that you have asked either in regards to yourself or your children, whose attention span might seem like that of a gnat.

They are stimulants you know, just like “speed” (amphetamine).

Studies show that children and teenagers with low levels of DHA have poor reading scores as well as behavioral problems.

Some studies point to DHA supplementation as a method of increasing overall cognitive health as you get older.

Kids between the ages of 3 and 5 years old who had received omega 3 fatty acid supplements as infants outscored kids who were in the placebo group. By “outscored” I mean they had better results across the board on their vocabulary and mental agility tests...

Flawed thinking! You can't just MOVE more and EAT less.

Research has shown that omega 3 fatty acids such as EPA and DHA found in fish oils can protect you in several different ways.

Their actual names are a real mouthful – EPA is eicosapentaenoic acid and DHA is decosahexaenoic acid. So we’ll just stick with EPA and DHA, okay?

For one, they can provide needed support to your circulatory system and second, they can inhibit the body’s production of substances that can cause inflammation.

We know that heart disease is bad, and we know that fish oils are good for promoting heart health. This supplement has even received a thumbs up from the American Heart Disease.

Yep, you've read that right. Fish oils are unquestionably useful at helping to maintain a healthy level of triglycerides in your blood. And, since we can’t make these precious oils ourselves, we have to supplement with them.

Why Supplement with Fish Oils?

You can certainly eat seafood, and I recommend that you do, but to be completely forthcoming, there is a lot of debate in the health industry about eating seafood nowadays.

Should we or should we not?

One day we’re told to eat only wild-caught fish because it has higher levels of essential fatty acids (in fact, wild-caught salmon has about twice as much as farmed salmon).

Sadly, some producers are actually injecting farmed salmon with synthetic and fake astaxanthin to make it a pretty pink instead of its natural grey color. It’s just gotten out of control. So, to keep things safe for people who want a pure source of omega 3 fatty acids, supplementation has become the most convenient way because it can be tested to see if it’s safe, effective, and potent.

We designed it to be as fresh and as potent as possible by importing the freshest oils from Germany! My formula contains both EPA and DHA, but the DHA component is higher to support your brain, heart, and mood.

It’s been tested to be free of the contaminants normally associated with inferior brands of fish oil. The softgels are small and most of all, my brand has 2,500 IU natural vitamin D in it.

When you put DHA and vitamin D3 together, it’s a marriage made in heaven. Vitamin D is a powerful immune modulator and a fat-loving antioxidant, and the synergy of omega 3s with Vitamin D is absolutely awesome.


Product details

  • Package Dimensions : 3.9 x 2.4 x 2.3 inches; 8.8 Ounces
  • Date First Available : August 9, 2019
  • Manufacturer : LERAMED
  • ASIN : B01NAR8NBN
  • Customer Reviews:
    3.9 out of 5 stars 10 ratings

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