Running is one of the best and easiest ways to improve your fitness level and reduce stress. However, can it also reduce your omega-3 levels?
Learn about some of the most promising research linking omega-3s to children’s health from pediatric specialist, Dr. Vandana Bhide.
Learn how much EPA and DHA a growing child should take to help optimize their health and development.
A sufficient intake of the omega-3s DHA is required for normal development during infancy and toddlerhood. Is your baby getting enough of this vital nutrient?
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.
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.