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    Nordic Naturals DHA (Strawberry Flavor) (formerly ProDHA)


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    DHA has natural strawberry flavor added to both the softgel and oil, making it a delicious way to ensure adequate intake of the essential brain nutrient, DHA. Research has shown that "Deficiencies of DHA may be responsible for abnormal signal transmission associated with learning disability, cognitive deficit, and visual dysfunction. These abnormalities in the signal transduction process can be partially corrected by supplementation with a diet enriched with DHA."(1) Another study showed that DHA "significantly enhances visual acuity maturation and cognitive function. DHA is a conditionally essential nutrient for neurodevelopment in humans."(2) Essential fatty acids may also "promote the adhesion of probiotics to mucosal surfaces which augments the health-promoting effects of probiotics."(3)

    DHA is encapsulated in easy-to-swallow 500 mg softgels and provides 50% DHA and 20% EPA. Molecularly distilled for purity and concentration, ProDHA has been further enhanced with enhanced lipid stabilizing antioxidants for superior freshness.This product is pharmaceutical grade (European Standards), molecularly distilled, and third party tested to document the absence of all environmental pollutants (no PCBs, dioxins, pesticides, or heavy metals).

    Each softgel of DHA contains 240 mg of DHA, 102 mg of EPA, and 72 mg of other omega-3’s. Other ingredients include: purified deep sea fish oil (from anchovies and sardines), soft gel capsule (gelatin, water, glycerin, natural strawberry flavor), natural strawberry flavor, d-alpha tocopherol, and rosemary extract (a natural preservative). This product contains no gluten, milk derivatives, or artificial colors or flavors. May contain traces of soy or derivatives.

    Suggested use: 2 softgels per day.

    Each bottle of Nordic Naturals DHA contains 90 softgels.

    (1)J Mol Neurosci 2001 Apr-Jun;16(2-3):229-35 (2)Lipids 2001 Sep;36(9):885-95 (3)Nutrition 2002 Sep;18(9):786


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