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DHA algae oil Docosahexaenoic Acid

Specifications: 10% powder, 40%, 50% light yellow oily liquid

Application: health food

Source: Marine microalgae

Shipping speed:1-3 days

Inventory:In stock

Certificates:HACCP, HALAL, KOSHER, ISO9001, ISO22000, FDA



Sales group:not for individual customers

    What is algae oil DHA?

    Algal oil DHA refers to an oil product rich in Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) extracted from marine microalgae. DHA is an important Omega-3 unsaturated fatty acid, which plays an extremely critical role in the human body, especially in the development, maintenance and function of the nervous system. It is one of the main components of the brain and retinal phospholipids, and is very important to the fetus. It plays an important role in brain intellectual development, vision protection, memory enhancement and delaying cognitive decline of infants and adults.
    Compared with fish oil DHA, the advantage of algae oil DHA is that it is derived from plants, suitable for vegetarians and people allergic to fish products, and because it does not need to be passed through the food chain, algae-source DHA does not contain mercury or other potential contaminants and has a lower risk , and often have lower EPA content, making them more suitable for infants and young children to consume. In addition, algae can be cultured and extracted through precision bioengineering technology, thus ensuring the quality stability and safety of DHA. Nowadays, algal oil DHA is often widely used in infant formula, dietary supplements and functional foods to supplement the key nutrients needed by the human body.

    What are the benefits

    1. For infants and young children:
    The DHA extracted from seaweed oil is most beneficial to the absorption of infants and young children, and can effectively promote the development of the baby's retina and brain.

    2. For the brain:
    DHA is one of the important substances for human brain development and growth. DHA accounts for about 97% of the omega-3 fatty acids in the brain. To maintain the normal functions of various tissues, the human body must ensure adequate amounts of various fatty acids. Among various fatty acids, linoleic acid ω6 and linolenic acid ω3 are the ones that the human body cannot produce by itself. Synthetic, but must be ingested from food, called essential fatty acids. As a fatty acid, DHA is more effective in enhancing memory and thinking ability, and improving intelligence.

    3. For the eyes:
    Algal oil DHA accounts for 60% of the total fatty acids in the retina.
    Supplementing enough DHA can promote the baby's visual development as early as possible and help the baby understand the world earlier; stimulate the baby's brain development and let the window of intellectual enlightenment lead the baby to be smarter and faster.

    4. For pregnant women:
    Pregnant mothers supplementing DHA in advance not only has an important impact on fetal brain development, but also plays an important role in the maturation of retinal light-sensitive cells. During pregnancy, the content of a-linolenic acid is increased by ingesting foods rich in a-linolenic acid, and the a-linolenic acid in maternal blood is used to synthesize DHA, which is then transported to the fetal brain and retina to increase the maturity of nerve cells there.

    Application direction

    Algae oil DHA is widely used in infant formula, health food, pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and other fields.
    DHA is an important added ingredient in infant formula and is crucial for baby's brain and vision development. Health food and supplement manufacturers use DHA as a key ingredient to improve cardiovascular and cerebrovascular health and cognitive function.
    In the pharmaceutical field, DHA is used to treat or prevent certain diseases, such as depression and cardiovascular disease.
    In the cosmetics industry, DHA is widely used in skin care products for its moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties.
    The difference between DHA algae oil and DHA fish oilksf

    The difference between DHA algae oil and DHA fish oil

    Common points:
    1. Both contain DHA, which is commonly known as brain gold. It is an important component of children's retina and cerebral cortex, helping to promote visual and brain development and improve memory.
    2. Both can be digested, absorbed and utilized after entering the human body, and there is no difference in effect.

    1. The sources are different. Algal oil is extracted from seaweed, and fish oil is extracted from fish. Because algae oil does not pass through the food chain, it is relatively safer.
    2. The purity is different. Generally speaking, the purity of algae oil is higher than that of fish oil, because fish oil contains other fatty acids.
    3. The taste is different. Algae oil is relatively fresh, while fish oil has a little fishy smell.

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