Pregnancy and developing child
- Contributes to improved neurodevelopment and motor skills.
- Improves visual acuity and the baby’s intellectual development.
- Fewer premature births and increased fetal weight.
The EARNEST and PeriLip programs from the European Union recommend a minimum daily intake of DHA during pregnancy and lactation of 200 mg, having found that intakes of up to 1,000 mg DHA / day are safe. A suitable dose for a pregnant or lactating woman is approx. 500 mg DHA / day.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Based on the above, taking 3 softgels per week of NuaDHA 1000 (with food) or 1 NuaDHA400/day, would comfortably cover the minimum requirements of DHA of a pregnant women. However, considering that in the last quarter of the pregnancy the demand for DHA increases exponentially, during this period it is possible to take 1 softgel of NuaDHA 1000 per day. Currently, there is concern regarding the safety of fish in general as well as omega-3 food supplements in pregnant women, due to the potential presence of heavy metals and other contaminants. NuaDHA 1000 gives the maximum guarantee regarding its purity and lack of pollutants through the 5 stars IFOS quality stamp. IFOS guarantees not only the amount of active substance contained per softgel, but also that contaminants such as heavy metals, PCBs and dioxins are almost absent from the product.
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