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Supply of DHA omega-3 fatty acids is extremely important for normal vision development, especially during the first year of life, in the period of turbulent development. The beneficial effect is achieved with a daily intake of 100 mg DHA.

DHA is an important structural component of the retina of an eye. As the deepest, photosensitive layer in the eye, the role of the retina in the vision system is very important. It consists of ten layers, one of which consists of photoreceptors. DHA, omega-3 fatty acids form the main building block of photoreceptors (35-50%).

As an important structural component of brain nerve cells, DHA makes up a large percentage of all omega-3 fatty acids in the brain, as much as 97%. In the gray matter of the brain, it accounts for about 30% of all structural fats. As much as 12-15% of all DHA fatty acids, which are part of the human body, are found in the grey matter of the brain. 

Vitamin D3 contributes to normal absorption and improves the utilization of calcium and phosphorus from the digestive tract, and plays a role in normal bone mineralization. It is necessary for normal development and growth of bones. 

Vitamin D3 contributes to the normal function of the immune system in children. 

A daily recommended dose of vitamin D3 and DHA omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids in one twist-off capsule, which ensures simple and practical use. Simply twist, pull and remove the top of the capsule, then squeeze the content directly into the baby's mouth.

The DHA Omega-3 fatty acid in the product is from oil obtained from natural, marine microalgae – one of the richest sources of DHA fatty acid, of high quality. Microalgae were grown in strictly controlled conditions, in order to avoid contaminants in the oil. Microalgae oil is a safe source of DHA for use in new-borns, as confirmed by the European Food Safety Authority. 

DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acid 

DHA Omega-3 Fatty Acid 

DHA OMEGA-3 contributes to the maintenance of normal vision development in infants and children up to 12 months of age and represents a highly significant structural component of brain nerve cells. 

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 contributes to the normal growth and development of children's bones. 

The simplest way of administering – twist-off capsule

The simplest way of administering – twist-off capsule

Simply twist, pull, and remove the top of the capsule, then squeeze the content directly into the baby's mouth. 

Breastfed babies

Breastfed babies

From the third month of your baby's life because it contains DHA and vitamin D3, which are essential for your baby until the end of the third year. 

Bottle-fed babies

Bottle-fed babies

From the first day until the end of the third year, because it contains DHA and vitamin D3, which are essential for your baby until the end of the third year of life. 

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Babytol D3 + DHA Omega for you! - Klinicke studije

Avoiding severe vitamin D deficiency improves immune health and reduces susceptibility to autoimmune diseases. 

Children under 12 months of age need 400 IU of vitamin D warning icon every day. Children aged 12 to 24 months need 600 IU of vitamin D every day.

It is recommended that all infants and children, including adolescents, have a minimum daily intake of 400 IU of vitamin D starting shortly after birth. 

Children need both of these fatty acids at all stages, including before and after birth. During pregnancy and breastfeeding, the fetus meets its needs with the mother's nutrition. It helps the fetus in the development of neurons and retina; but it reduces maternal stress and complications resulting in premature birth. Omega-fat supplementation improves cognition, memory, behavior, mood and certain brain disorders. 

Due to immunological immaturity, premature babies are particularly sensitive to diseases of inflammatory etiology in the early postnatal period. This makes DHA supplementation immediately after birth to combat neonatal inflammation an attractive therapy. 

Babytol D3 + DHA Omega for you! - Klinicke studije

After your baby is 3 months old, Babytol D3 + DHA Omega is recommended, as it contains DHA and vitamin D3, essential for your baby until the age of 3. 

For children up to the age of three, we recommend replacing omega-3 fatty acids with our products for the youngest - Babytol D3 + DHA during the autumn and winter months, and during the spring and summer, Babytol DHA.  

For children up to the age of three, we recommend replacing omega-3 fatty acids with our products for the youngest - Babytol D3 + DHA during the autumn and winter months (October-March), and during the spring and summer (April-September) Babytol DHA.  

DHA omega-3 fatty acid is an important structural component of the nerve cells of the brain and retina of the eye. DHA accounts for 97% of all omega-3 fatty acids in the brain and 93% of all omega-3 fatty acids in the retina of the eye. Brain growth and development in a child is most intense in the last trimester of pregnancy (brain grows 260%) and the first year of life (brain grows 175%). 

DHA omega-3 fatty acid at a dose of 100mg per day is of great importance for normal vision development in infants up to 12 months. 

The recommended dose of vitamin D3 for all newborns is 400 IU and is mandatory from the second week until the age of one year. 

This recommended dose is contained in one twist – off capsule of Babytol D3 + DHA Omega. 

Children in the second year until adolescence are advised to use vitamin D3 in the winter months (from October to March). 

In order to provide the required amount of DHA omega-3 through breastfeeding, nursing mothers should consume 250-300 g of ‘blue’ sea fish (mackerel, sardines, sprat, herring, tuna) per week. Statistics have shown that mothers in Europe consume several times less than the recommended intake. One of the reasons is the eating habit (less than two servings of oily fish per week), and the other reason is dietary restrictions due to contamination with heavy metals (lead, mercury) in oily fish. 

If the diet is not balanced, the breastfeeding woman can provide the required amount of DHA omega-3 through milk if she takes 200mg of DHA per day.