Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Essential Fatty Acid DHA

DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that is found in coldwater fish lipids and can also be extracted from microalgae. It is considered one of the primary building blocks of the retina and of the brain. It is the most plentiful fatty acid found in human breast milk and serves to ensure the proper function of nerve cell membranes.
DHA aids in memory disorders, senile dementia, vision problems, nerve disease, brain dysfunction and mental conditions.
Always seek higher brands names for purity. Look for "molecularly distilled process". This method provides for a cleaner product with much reduced levels of toxic materials that may normally be present in raw fish oils.

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