DHA -Baby Boomers Discover It
for Optimal Brain, Eye and
What is DHA Omega-3?
DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)
is a long-chain polyunsaturated
Omega-3 Fatty Acid found throughout the human body and
serves as a primary building block for the brain, eyes and heart.
DHA has been shown through
numerous research studies to
greatly reduce the onset of
age-related mental decline.
DHA is widely held to be the most important form of the Omega-3’s.
DHA is a major structural fat in the brain accounting for up to 97% of its Omega-3 fats and up to 93% of the Omega-3 fats in the retina of the eye as well as a key component of the heart. Fats account for over 50% of the brain and Omega-3 DHA represents 30% of human brain matter.
DHA, as a rare Omega-3 Nutrient, is necessary for the cell membrane activity that gives cells their life energy and functional capacities - being so important to human cell survival and performance, it is practically considered a vitamin.
DHA is difficult to include in our diet because only few foods actually contain a significant amount. The Western diet typically is inadequate in DHA.
DHA intake has been associated with a decreased risk of mental decline associated with aging, and with good circulatory health. No other fatty acid demonstrates this relationship.
DHA medical and scientific research has conclusively identified links between a range of well-known health conditions and Omega-3 DHA consumption.
DIETARY AND SUPPLIMENTAL SOURCES OF OMEGA-3 DHA
Fish and Fish Oil Suppliments, especially from coldwater fish like salmon, sardines and tuna are a popular source of DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Those knowledgable about sources of DHA have serious concerns about the risk of contamination of fish or fish oil suppliments from mercury, PCB's, dioxins, pesticides and a growing range of other water polutants.
While most people believe that fish produce their own DHA, in fact, it’s the algae that fish feed on that make them a rich source of DHA.
A Vegetarian Source of DHA is Microalgae, an eco-friendly, safe and sustainable source of long chain Omega-3 DHA. Because the microalgae source of DHA is not from fish, there is no risk of ocean-borne pollutants.
life'sDHA™ comes from a microalgae source that has not been genetically modified and is both Kosher and Halal. The process begins with the initial microalgae cell culture which is harvested and processed to extract the DHA-rich oil. The finished product is a highly purified clear, amber-colored oil rich in DHA.
life'sDHA™ is the only DHA currently approved by the FDA for use in U.S. infant formulas.
GPC's have a proven track record against age related mental decline displaying measurable benefit against brain diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s as well as benefits for brain damage victims caused by brain oxygen deprivation from stroke or heart disease.
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