Did you know that Black and Hispanic women are more likely to be vitamin D deficient and experience associated pregnancy complications than White women?
If you’re only relying on plant-based sources like flax and chia seeds for omega-3s, you may not be getting sufficient amounts of EPA and DHA.
Are you one of many receiving insufficient omega-3 support from your current dosage? Learn more about how much EPA+DHA you should be taking.
Did you know that vitamin D levels during infancy can impact your child’s health for years to come? Is your baby getting enough vitamin D?
Are you familiar with this simple, research-backed way to strengthen your child’s immune and digestive health? Here’s a hint: it’s something you typically try to avoid.
Nutrients like vitamin D, choline, and DHA can often be lacking or nonexistent in many prenatal vitamins.
Research findings suggest that most pregnant women should increase their vitamin D intake to more than what’s included in a standard prenatal vitamins.
Today’s typical Western diet is often deficient in EPA and DHA, placing people at risk for innumerable suboptimal health outcomes.
The benefits of DHA during pregnancy may not be limited to the brain. Two areas of emerging evidence suggest that DHA may also influence a child’s future body composition and their risk for allergies.