DHA FOR NURSING MOTHERS correct development of child's brain and sight (for 1 month)
What is DHA Nursing Mothers Supplement for child development?
DHA, an Omega-3 fatty acid, is essential for the right development of human babies. However, pregnant and breastfeeding women know how hard it's to find any supplement suitable for the smallest patients. A famous Japanese formula maker, Bean Stalk Snow, has developed DHA Nursing Mothers Supplement that has become a bestseller for years in its category. This supplement is to be taken by breastfeeding woman, as DHA actually penetrates trough the mother's milk to a baby. Pregnant women can take these capsules as well to increase the amount of DHA in their bodies in advance. The supplement is absolutely safe, doesn't have any particular contraindications or side effects for both mother and baby.
The following beneficial effects for the baby can be expected when mother takes DHA Nursing Mothers Supplement:
- supporting right development of the brain cells,
- controlling retinal formation,
- stabilizing cell membrane synthesis,
- improving the development of central and peripheral nervous system.
DHA for this supplement is delivered from the fish oil manufactured in Japan with the full control of quality. No cheap oil from other countries, artificial flavors or color agents are used. The work of DHA is also supported by adding vitamin D to the supplement.
Active principles: DHA delivered from fish oil 350 mg, vitamin D 10 mcg in a daily dosage
Amount: 90 capsules for 1 month
Maker: Bean Stalk Snow Co., Ltd., Sapporo, Japan
Indications: promoting correct development of baby's brain and eye function
How to take
Mother should take 3 capsules a day with water. Never give the capsules directly to a child.
Sometimes the soft capsules may stick together. That does not affect the quality or the safety of the product.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.