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Beginning of Learning & Creativity, Develop Brain Buildup mental idea advance learning. DHA Brain FoodTuna Fish oil contains high essential unsaturated fatty acid which is, Docosahexaenoic acid or DHA, where DHA is a major component in the central nervous system (CNS) and retina. It is also associated with process of myelinogenesis that helps the transportation of neurons. Moreover, it can help to develop the brain and prevent the condition of dementia, for example, Alzheimer. The research done by Dr. William Corner, Chief of Center for Health Research, Oregon University U.S.A., shows that 65% of brain's Component is DHA and DHA is in the cell wall of the body which helps to activate the potential of neurotransmission. DHA is also very inmportant in pregnancy and lactation because it helps in completing growth and brain development of infants. Smart brain developed by learning and memory through neurons record and store information process. Thus, if you receive high DHA, the development of brain is better. Children who receive high DHA will have fast learning, high concentration and good memory because DHA helps to develop the brain cell, leading to more intelligence and increasing creativity in children. L-Glutamic Acid An amino acid necessary in the process of neurogenesis which is an important component of central nervous system that affects the learning ability and memory. Vitamin B1, 2, 3, 6 and 12> VitaminB complex is a water-soluble vitamin and an important catalyst that reacts to help the body function normally especially the brain and central nervous system. It is necessary to use vitamin B in forming the neural membrane tíssue and transportation of neurons. Thus, people who have vitamin B deficiency are often weak, inactive and feel dizzy. Supplementary vitamin B will keep up the brain and neurons, help for fast learning ability, good memory and better. Vitamin A>  It helps in forming healthy skin completing the visual cycle for those children particularly in studying age who always use their eyes in reading and using computers for a long time vitamin D> It helps to increase the absorption of calcium which is important in growth development and hardness of bone and teeth. Vitamin E > It is necessary in growth and development of neurons and it is antioxidant which protects the damage of neural membrane tissue and helps the brain and nervous system to work efficiently

Why DHA 70%? memory. Generally, fish oil contains Omega-3 in proportion of EPA:DHA equal to 18%: 12%. With the increase in awareness on the importance of DHA, further researches and developments of Omega-3 on extraction of tuna fish oil for highest concentration of DHA which is 70% this high quality and high bioavailability DHA can be absorbed and stable in the blood for a longer period of time than other types of fish oil. Thus, it is more effective in and enhances memory. here are several researches about DHA proving that DHA is very important for growth and development of children. In 2005, the study in breast-feeding women who received fish oil (Omega-3) for supplementary food resulted a better development in language for their children than those group who did not receive the fish oil. (Maternal fish oil supplement  in lactation: effect on development outcome in breast-fed infants, Nutr. Dev. 2005) Although on the labels of all supplementary food have shown "caution" or "warning" for safety of customers but in fact, lots of

products for children such as powdered milk, pasteurized milk and supplementary food contain DHA (Omega-3) in the products, so we can be sure that DHA is safe and appropriate children,.

Specifications Descriptions
DHA 70% Usage. 1 tablespoonful (15ml.) after meal daily. References Shake well before use 01. Belayev, L., Marcheselli, V.L., Khoutorova, L., Rodriguez deTurco, E.B., Busto, R., Ginsberg, M.D. and Bazan, N.G. (2005) Docosahexaenois acid complexed to albumin elecits high-grade ischemic neuroprotection. Stroke. 36:118-123. 02. Lim, G.P., Calon, F,, Morihara, T., Yang, F., Teter, B., ubeda, O., Salem, N., Frautschy, S.A. and Cole, G.M. (2005) a diet enriched with the omega-3 Fatty acid reduces amyloid burden in aged Alzheimer mouse model. The journal of neuroscience, 25(12) : 30032-3040. 03. Lotte Lauritzen., Marianne H., Jorgensen., et al., Malternal fish oil supplementation in lactation : effect on developmental outcome in breast - fed infants. Nutr. Dev. 45 (2005) 535-547. 04. Richardson, A.J. (2006) Omega-3 Fatty acids in ADHD and related neurodevelopmental disorders. international Review of Psychiatry. 18(2): 155-172. 05. Tinoco, J. (1982) Dietary requirements and functions of Linolenic acid in animals. Prog. Lipid Res. 21 : 1-45. 06. Uayu, R., Dangour, A.D. (2006) Nutrition in brain development and aging : Role of essential fatty acids. Nutrtion Reviews, 64(1) : 24-33. 07. Wainwright, PE., Xing, H.C., Mutsaers, L., McCutcheon, D and Kyle, D. (1997) Arachidonic acid offsets the effects on mouse brain and behavior of a diet with a low (N-6) : (n-3) ratio and very high Levels of DHA. American Society for Nutritional Sciences. Neuroscience and Nutrition. 184-193.

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