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What are the indications for DHA Omega in newborns?

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DHA Omega-3 fatty acids is an important structural component of the brain, neurons and the retina. DHA makes up to 97% of all omega-3 fatty acids in the brain, and up to 93% of all omega-3 fatty acids in the retina.

The growth and development of the children’s brain is the most intense during the third trimester of the pregnancy (the brain is growing 260%) and in the first year of life (brain is growing 175%).

Recommended daily intake of DHA Omega-3 fatty acids in infats is 100 mg starting from the eighth day of life until the end of the third year. Supplementation in the daily dose of 100 mg DHA is very important for the development of the brain, cognitive and mental functions, as well as for the normal vision development.