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DHA 40
DHA 40
DHA 40
DHA 40
DHA 40
Studies show that dietary supplementation intake of DHA during pregnancy and postpartum is important for peak infant brain, visual and cognitive development of the baby. Increased intake of EPA and DHA has also been clinically shown to reduce the risk of preterm labour and delivery, and is important throughout pregnancy, particularly in the third trimester when major brain growth occurs. Since the body cannot produce it, increasing DHA intake during pregnancy and nursing significantly enhances the level of DHA available to the foetus and infant. Certain studies have shown that supplementation of DHA in the mother’s diet improves infant developmental outcomes, such as eye-hand coordination, motor skills, and attention span. DHA has also been shown to play a key part in maternal well-being.

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  • DHA and EPA are the omega-3s that the body needs for optimal health and development, especially important for the well-being of pregnant women and infants.
  • DHA-40 fish oil contains a high concentration of DHA fatty acids which are depleted during pregnancy.
  • Developing infants cannot produce DHA: must obtain it from the mother during pregnancy and from breast milk.
  • DHA supports the foetal development of the brain, eyes, and central nervous system.
  • Supplementation of DHA in the mother’s diet improves infant developmental outcomes, such as eye-hand coordination, motor skills, and attention span.

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For blossoming maternal and fetal wellbeing

Studies show that dietary supplementation intake of DHA during pregnancy and postpartum is important for peak infant brain, visual and cognitive development of the baby. Increased intake of EPA and DHA has also been clinically shown to reduce the risk of preterm labour and delivery, and is important throughout pregnancy, particularly in the third trimester when major brain growth occurs. Since the body cannot produce it, increasing DHA intake during pregnancy and nursing significantly enhances the level of DHA available to the foetus and infant. Certain studies have shown that supplementation of DHA in the mother’s diet improves infant developmental outcomes, such as eye-hand coordination, motor skills, and attention span. DHA has also been shown to play a key part in maternal well-being.

You know DHA omega-3 is good for you at this stage, but here is why!

Pregnant and breastfeeding women make vital dietary choices every day by consuming a healthy diet that includes essential nutrients such as folic acid and calcium. The science supporting the importance of these nutrients during childbearing years is well established, yet emerging science suggests the nutrient DHA omega-3 is also of great importance to them.

Research indicates that the two most beneficial omega-3s are DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid). While EPA supports the heart, immune system, and inflammatory response, DHA supports the brain, eyes, and central nervous system which is why it is supremely important for pregnant and lactating women.

Although EPA and DHA naturally occur together and work together in the body, studies show that each fatty acid has unique benefits, with DHA being of great importance to expectant and lactating mothers. It is important for a mother to consume adequate amounts of DHA during pregnancy and while nursing to support her well-being and the health of her infant.

DHA omega-3 is found throughout the body, but is most abundant in the brain, eyes and heart. In fact, DHA represents about 97 percent of all omega-3 fats in the brain and 93 percent of all omega-3 fats in the retina in the eye. DHA accumulates both prenatally and postnatally in the infant brain, eye and nervous system tissue. Developing infants cannot efficiently produce their own DHA and must obtain this vital nutrient through the placenta during pregnancy and from breast milk following birth. Increasing DHA in the diet during pregnancy and nursing significantly enhances the level of DHA available to the unborn baby and infant.

EPA and DHA are the omega-3s that the body needs for optimal health and development. DHA is important throughout pregnancy, particularly in the third trimester when major brain growth occurs. Increasing DHA intake during pregnancy and nursing significantly enhances the level of DHA available to the foetus and infant. Fish oil from Curegarden is a quality source of DHA and EPA. Specially formulated to deliver it in optimal proportions for peak wellbeing of the mother and the health of the infant.

Serving size:

500 Mg softgels containing Carbohydrate: 5 mg, Protein: 0.5 mg, Fat : 494 mg, Energy Value (Kcal/ capsule) 4.5

Recommended usage:

2 softgels at night immediately after food.

Net content:

90 Softgels.

Directions:

Store in a cool and dry place. If pregnant or under medication, consult your health care practitioner before using. Keep out of reach of children.

Docosahexaenoic acid transfer into human milk after dietary supplementation: a randomized clinical trial.

Nataša Fidler, Thorsten Sauerwald,Anja Pohl,Hans Demmelmair and Berthold Koletzko1

Publication: Journal of Lipid Research http://www.jlr.org/content/41/9/1376.long

The long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid , Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an essential structural component in tissue membranes of the human body and is highly concentrated in brain and retina. Inadequate early intake may affect later visual function and neuro development .

Hence Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is important for infant development. The authors studied the effects of DHA supplementation on the fatty acid composition of human milk and the secretion of dietary 13C- labeled fatty acids, including DHA, into human milk. Dietary DHA supplementation increases the DHA content in human milk. DHA transfer from the diet into human milk is comparable to palmitic and oleic acid transfer.

This study shows that dietary DHA intake has a specific effect on breast milk DHA content.

Prenatal Docosahexaenoic Acid Supplementation and Infant Morbidity: Randomized Controlled Trial

Beth Imhoff-Kunsch, MPH, PhD, Aryeh D. Stein, MPH, PhD, Reynaldo,Martorell, PhD,Socorro Parra- Cabrera, PhD, Isabelle Romieu, MD, MPH,ScD, and Usha Ramakrishnan, PhD

Publication : Pediatrics http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3164093/pdf/zpee505.pdf

The present study reveals the probable effects of prenatal DHA supplementation on infant morbidity. The researchers have concluded that DHA supplementation during pregnancy decreased the occurrence of colds in children at one month and influenced illness symptom duration at one, three, and six months . This in-depth and pains taking research findings contribute to the accumulating evidence base for a relationship of prenatal n-3 PUFA nutrition to the development of fetal and neonatal immune function.

Effects of docosahexaenoic acid supplementation during pregnancy on gestational age and size at birth: randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial in Mexico.

Ramakrishnan U, Stein AD, Parra-Cabrera S, Wang M, Imhoff-Kunsch B, Juárez-Márquez S, Rivera J, Martorell R.

Publication : Food Nutr Bull . http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20715595

http://fnb.sagepub.com/content/31/2_suppl2/S108.full.pdf+html

This informative article based on research conducted in Mexico suggests that prenatal DHA supplementation of primigravid women may result in increased birth size in a population where dietary DHA intakes are very low.

EFFECT OF N-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACID SUPPLEMENTATION IN PREGNANCY: THE NUHEAL TRIAL

Tamás Decsi, Cristina Campoy, Berthold Koletzko

Publication: Adv Exp Med Biol. http://eknygos.lsmuni.lt/springer/128/109-113.pdf

The authors have carried out an extensive study on the beneficial effects of DHA supplementation in a dose of 400mg/day from the 20th week onwards during pregnancy. They conclude that it further enhances the fatty acid composition of cord blood lipids in addition to the enhancement of maternal and placental blood lipids. Hence the present results indicate that 400 mg/day might be an effective dosage of DHA supplementation during pregnancy.

1. What is DHA and how is it different from other omega 3 fatty acids.

DHA is a long-chain omega-3 fatty acid and is found in large concentrations in retina and brain. It is required for proper functionung of brain and eyes. DHA differs from other omega 3 fatty acid in the number of carbon and hydrogen atoms and more predominnantly in the degree of unsaturation. DHA is the most unsaturatued.

2. What is the role of DHA in human body?

Recent researches identified the role of DHA in mental and visual development of humans and its various functions during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

3. Why is DHA important to mothers and their foetuses?

Infants at embryonic or at foetal stage cannot produce DHA efficiently and must receive this vital nutrient from mothers through placenta during pregnancy and through breast milk after birth.

4.How do we get it?

Sea food is the best source of DHA. DHA derived from sardines is believed to be superior to that derived from other sea food sources.

  • PRODUCT DETAILS

    For blossoming maternal and fetal wellbeing

    Studies show that dietary supplementation intake of DHA during pregnancy and postpartum is important for peak infant brain, visual and cognitive development of the baby. Increased intake of EPA and DHA has also been clinically shown to reduce the risk of preterm labour and delivery, and is important throughout pregnancy, particularly in the third trimester when major brain growth occurs. Since the body cannot produce it, increasing DHA intake during pregnancy and nursing significantly enhances the level of DHA available to the foetus and infant. Certain studies have shown that supplementation of DHA in the mother’s diet improves infant developmental outcomes, such as eye-hand coordination, motor skills, and attention span. DHA has also been shown to play a key part in maternal well-being.

    You know DHA omega-3 is good for you at this stage, but here is why!

    Pregnant and breastfeeding women make vital dietary choices every day by consuming a healthy diet that includes essential nutrients such as folic acid and calcium. The science supporting the importance of these nutrients during childbearing years is well established, yet emerging science suggests the nutrient DHA omega-3 is also of great importance to them.

    Research indicates that the two most beneficial omega-3s are DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid). While EPA supports the heart, immune system, and inflammatory response, DHA supports the brain, eyes, and central nervous system which is why it is supremely important for pregnant and lactating women.

    Although EPA and DHA naturally occur together and work together in the body, studies show that each fatty acid has unique benefits, with DHA being of great importance to expectant and lactating mothers. It is important for a mother to consume adequate amounts of DHA during pregnancy and while nursing to support her well-being and the health of her infant.

    DHA omega-3 is found throughout the body, but is most abundant in the brain, eyes and heart. In fact, DHA represents about 97 percent of all omega-3 fats in the brain and 93 percent of all omega-3 fats in the retina in the eye. DHA accumulates both prenatally and postnatally in the infant brain, eye and nervous system tissue. Developing infants cannot efficiently produce their own DHA and must obtain this vital nutrient through the placenta during pregnancy and from breast milk following birth. Increasing DHA in the diet during pregnancy and nursing significantly enhances the level of DHA available to the unborn baby and infant.

  • HOW IT WORKS
    EPA and DHA are the omega-3s that the body needs for optimal health and development. DHA is important throughout pregnancy, particularly in the third trimester when major brain growth occurs. Increasing DHA intake during pregnancy and nursing significantly enhances the level of DHA available to the foetus and infant. Fish oil from Curegarden is a quality source of DHA and EPA. Specially formulated to deliver it in optimal proportions for peak wellbeing of the mother and the health of the infant.
  • FACT SHEET

    Serving size:

    500 Mg softgels containing Carbohydrate: 5 mg, Protein: 0.5 mg, Fat : 494 mg, Energy Value (Kcal/ capsule) 4.5

    Recommended usage:

    2 softgels at night immediately after food.

    Net content:

    90 Softgels.

    Directions:

    Store in a cool and dry place. If pregnant or under medication, consult your health care practitioner before using. Keep out of reach of children.
  • SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

    Docosahexaenoic acid transfer into human milk after dietary supplementation: a randomized clinical trial.

    Nataša Fidler, Thorsten Sauerwald,Anja Pohl,Hans Demmelmair and Berthold Koletzko1

    Publication: Journal of Lipid Research http://www.jlr.org/content/41/9/1376.long

    The long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid , Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an essential structural component in tissue membranes of the human body and is highly concentrated in brain and retina. Inadequate early intake may affect later visual function and neuro development .

    Hence Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is important for infant development. The authors studied the effects of DHA supplementation on the fatty acid composition of human milk and the secretion of dietary 13C- labeled fatty acids, including DHA, into human milk. Dietary DHA supplementation increases the DHA content in human milk. DHA transfer from the diet into human milk is comparable to palmitic and oleic acid transfer.

    This study shows that dietary DHA intake has a specific effect on breast milk DHA content.

    Prenatal Docosahexaenoic Acid Supplementation and Infant Morbidity: Randomized Controlled Trial

    Beth Imhoff-Kunsch, MPH, PhD, Aryeh D. Stein, MPH, PhD, Reynaldo,Martorell, PhD,Socorro Parra- Cabrera, PhD, Isabelle Romieu, MD, MPH,ScD, and Usha Ramakrishnan, PhD

    Publication : Pediatrics http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3164093/pdf/zpee505.pdf

    The present study reveals the probable effects of prenatal DHA supplementation on infant morbidity. The researchers have concluded that DHA supplementation during pregnancy decreased the occurrence of colds in children at one month and influenced illness symptom duration at one, three, and six months . This in-depth and pains taking research findings contribute to the accumulating evidence base for a relationship of prenatal n-3 PUFA nutrition to the development of fetal and neonatal immune function.

    Effects of docosahexaenoic acid supplementation during pregnancy on gestational age and size at birth: randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial in Mexico.

    Ramakrishnan U, Stein AD, Parra-Cabrera S, Wang M, Imhoff-Kunsch B, Juárez-Márquez S, Rivera J, Martorell R.

    Publication : Food Nutr Bull . http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20715595

    http://fnb.sagepub.com/content/31/2_suppl2/S108.full.pdf+html

    This informative article based on research conducted in Mexico suggests that prenatal DHA supplementation of primigravid women may result in increased birth size in a population where dietary DHA intakes are very low.

    EFFECT OF N-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACID SUPPLEMENTATION IN PREGNANCY: THE NUHEAL TRIAL

    Tamás Decsi, Cristina Campoy, Berthold Koletzko

    Publication: Adv Exp Med Biol. http://eknygos.lsmuni.lt/springer/128/109-113.pdf

    The authors have carried out an extensive study on the beneficial effects of DHA supplementation in a dose of 400mg/day from the 20th week onwards during pregnancy. They conclude that it further enhances the fatty acid composition of cord blood lipids in addition to the enhancement of maternal and placental blood lipids. Hence the present results indicate that 400 mg/day might be an effective dosage of DHA supplementation during pregnancy.

  • FAQ

    1. What is DHA and how is it different from other omega 3 fatty acids.

    DHA is a long-chain omega-3 fatty acid and is found in large concentrations in retina and brain. It is required for proper functionung of brain and eyes. DHA differs from other omega 3 fatty acid in the number of carbon and hydrogen atoms and more predominnantly in the degree of unsaturation. DHA is the most unsaturatued.

    2. What is the role of DHA in human body?

    Recent researches identified the role of DHA in mental and visual development of humans and its various functions during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

    3. Why is DHA important to mothers and their foetuses?

    Infants at embryonic or at foetal stage cannot produce DHA efficiently and must receive this vital nutrient from mothers through placenta during pregnancy and through breast milk after birth.

    4.How do we get it?

    Sea food is the best source of DHA. DHA derived from sardines is believed to be superior to that derived from other sea food sources.

By RYAN FERNANDO, Banglore

"Being a nutritionist to leading sportspersons and filmstars, I am responsible for discovering and recommending the best products on the planet for my clients. So I have to be extra cautious on my recommendations. At Curegarden, I am impressed by the patent pedigree on products, the research gone into them and the personal success I have had using their Tumeric extract products on myself as well as my DAD. At our QUA NUTRITION Clinics our dieticians are using nutraceuticals like gluco balance and daily defense along with the diet plans to impact our customers lives towards healthier living."

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  • Expert Review

    By RYAN FERNANDO, Banglore

    "Being a nutritionist to leading sportspersons and filmstars, I am responsible for discovering and recommending the best products on the planet for my clients. So I have to be extra cautious on my recommendations. At Curegarden, I am impressed by the patent pedigree on products, the research gone into them and the personal success I have had using their Tumeric extract products on myself as well as my DAD. At our QUA NUTRITION Clinics our dieticians are using nutraceuticals like gluco balance and daily defense along with the diet plans to impact our customers lives towards healthier living."

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