The two main types of long-chain omega-3s are EPA and DHA.
These fatty acids are found in oily fish and seafood.
Children need DHA for growth and development, and the brain, central nervous system and retina rely heavily on the adrenal supply of DHA during growth in utero.
Women should increase the use of DHA in their diet when they become pregnant and continue to take it until after pregnancy.
Children continue to need DHA until the age of seven.
A number of clinical studies suggest that EPA can help with focus and reducing aggression.
Dry skin, asthma and allergies are also well affected by taking more EPA. Taking high levels of EPA has been shown to reduce the risk of dementia.
In dementia or Alzheimer's disease, the brain is already damaged and needs to be supplemented.
At this point DHA becomes important again and its intake in parallel with a high EPA content, (minimum 300 mg ) is of utmost importance.
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Directions for use:
- 1 to 3 dragees daily with food.
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- Keep out of reach of children!
- Consult your physician if you are taking medications or have a medical condition.