Longevity Science Omega-3 Liquid Fish Oil from Norway contains both DHA and EPA. DHA is an important nutrient for growth and development of the brain, eyes, nervous system, and cell membranes.*
Longevity Science Omega-3 Liquid Fish Oil from Norway contains both DHA and EPA. DHA is an important nutrient for growth and development of the brain, eyes, nervous system, and cell membranes.
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)Omega-3 Fish Oil contains: 500 mg of DHA, 775 mg of EPA, Rosemary Extract, Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C), and Natural Tocopherols (per 1 Teaspoon). Longevity Science Omega-3 Fish Oil is lemon flavored.*
Essential fatty acids may also "promote the adhesion of probiotics to mucosal surfaces which augments the health-promoting effects of probiotics."(3)
Through careful selection of raw materials and extensive purification, the risk of contamination for environmental residues such as heavy metals, pesticides, and PCB's is removed.
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