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The amount of DHA/AA added should match the age layer.
The baby grows rapidly and the demand for nutrition is increasing, but the DHA/AA in each stage of milk powder does not have to increase with age. DHA algae oil
Which foods are rich in DHA?
  In general, deep-sea fish such as tuna, salmon, and squid are rich in DHA. Among freshwater fish, salmon, scutellaria and fish eggs also contain DHA. In addition to deep-sea fish, parents can also choose a high-level DHA formula for their baby, such as the full line of Mead Johnson A + infant formula, to scientifically supplement the DHA. DHA algal oil powder
ARA is a polyunsaturated fatty acid, an essential nutrient for baby's physical development. In infants and young children, the ability to synthesize ARA in the baby is low.
Relationship between maternal DHA intake and fetal and infant development
The important physiological role of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in fetal and infant development has attracted widespread attention in the nutrition community. Pregnant women and lactating mothers
Nutritional package added DHA nutrition bonus, sensory quality is not affected
DHA is an important fatty acid component in the brain, nerves and visual cells of the human body. It promotes the development of the nervous system, retina, intelligence, cognitive ability and immunity in early life.
Beneficial additives only for closer to breast milk
"DHA and AA (also often referred to as ARA) are long-chain unsaturated fatty acids, which are high in the cell membranes of cerebral cortical cells and retinal cells," explains Zhu Peng, a Ph.D.
Do your baby need to supplement DHA and ARA?
DHA, the scientific name docosahexaenoic acid, is a long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid of type n-3, which is a kind of polyunsaturated fatty acid (also known as brain gold).
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