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DHA Omega 3

What is DHA?

Decosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) known as good fat is a long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid belonging to Omega-3 group. Our Brain contains about 10% DHA, our eyes, heart, blood vessels and even uterus contains DHA.

Why DHA, Vitamin- E and Organic Selenium?

Omega-3 and DHA cannot be produced by our body.Our changing eating habits and nature of food has decreased our required intake of DHA. Many people do not consume enough cold-water fish and foods containing Omega-3 due to variety of reasons
Researches have that Eskimos and Japanese who consume plenty of seafood have lower incidences of cardiovascular diseases,. In both the groups Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) & docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) contents in blood were higher.

Health Benefits of DHAomega3

  • Support Healthy heart function and blood vessel flexibility
  • Promotes healthy blood fat profile
  • Supports healthy eyes and good vision
  • Support Healthy pregnancy and foetus development
  • Helps to reduce pre-mature delivery and is essential for infant’s brain and eye development
  • Helps to bring glow to skin and hair
  • Helps to reduce depression after delivery

Sources of DHA

205831_omega3Non-veg Sources : Cold water fish like mackerel, sardines, herring are very rich sources of Omega-3 and DHA.
Veg Sources : Some of the plant sources likes Canola, Soyabean, flax, walnet contains Omega- 3 but not DHA.


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