The vegan source for essential omega-3 fatty acids
AlgaeDHA is an algal Omega-3 produced from the microalgae Schizochytrium. Although ish oil is well known for having a high content of EPA and DHA, microalgae such as zooplankton and phytoplankton are the original source of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) omega-3 fatty acids.
- Rich in EPA and DHA (many algae oils contain only DHA)
- High omega-3 content
- High bioavailability due to triglyceride form
- 100 % vegetable from a sustainable source
Why is a rich omega-3 intake important?
Marine Omega-3 fatty acids are attributed many positive properties. For example, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has published veriied aspects for the preservation of essential body functions due to the marine omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA), such as maintenance of normal brain function, maintenance of normal vision, support of normal heart function as well, in addition, the maintenance of normal blood pressure values and the maintenance of normal blood values with a daily intake of 3,000 mg of EPA + DHA via dietary supplements and other foods.
Above all, people who are vegetarian or otherwise not suiciently fed with fatty acids from animal sources usually face diiculties to supply their diet adequately with omega-3 and, in particular, with DHA and EPA. Especially here, AlgaeDHA can make an essential contribution to counteracting malnutrition or processes of declining.
Maintenance of the brain function
The brain has a high proportion of unsaturated fatty acids, even more than 20 percent of the fat mass of our entire nervous system, including the brain, consist of pure DHA. Therefore, DHA has a particularly important role, above all in the brain. The human brain consists of around 100 billion nerve cells, which are linked to several thousand other nerve cells and communicate. In total, there are several hundred trillion synapses in the brain that are responsible for the signal transmission. It is not surprising that recent studies show a strong correlation between the uptake of omega-3 fatty acids and an improved brain function and consequently a better concentration capacity. No matter whether you are an infant, child, adolescent, adult or senior: Everyone needs DHA for a good brain function.
Support of the heart function
The heart is the core organ in the human body. Factors inluencing cardiac health are the low properties of the blood as well as cell metabolism processes. An adequate supply of omega-3 fatty acids indicates that these factors can be positively inluenced.
Preservation of the normal vision
The cells in the human eye contain a particularly large proportion of omega-3 fatty acids. Many studies have shown that supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids improves eyesight.
Good for mother and child
When uptaking omega-3 fatty acids by the mother, DHA contributes to the normal development of vision in infants as well as the normal development of the eyes and brain in the fetus as well as in the breast-fed infant.