Simris Algae Omega-3 for Mothers

$53
This is for every mom, mamma, mummy, mamá, umma, 엄마 out there. You are awesome! Simris® Algae Omega-3 for Mothers is designed for you, giving you that extra boost of DHA that is so important for your baby. Whether you are vegan or not, plant-based omega-3 is always a good idea, especially when you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. Simris® Algae Omega-3 for Mothers is 100% plant-based, absolutely pure and free from toxins, so you can enjoy this precious time of your life to its fullest!

Simris® Algae Omega-3 for Mothers is a safe and caring omega-3 supplement with omega-3 DHA developed for pregnant and nursing mothers. Omega-3 DHA is essential for your child's healthy development, pre- and post-birth. Made from farmed algae naturally rich in omega-3 DHA. A daily serving of two capsules contains 700 mg omega-3, including 200 mg DHA from farmed algae, as well as 500 mg ALA from organic cold-pressed flaxseed oil. Simris® Algae Omega-3 for Mothers is vegan, non-GMO, gluten-free, ocean-friendly and free from environmental toxins.

Organic cold-pressed flaxseed oil, algal oil, sunflower oil, antioxidant preservative blend. Vegan softgel capsules made of non-GMO corn starch.

Serving size: 2 softgels  
Servings per container: 30 

One serving (2 softgels) contains: 
Omega-3 ALA (alpha-linolenic acid) 500 mg   
Omega-3 DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) 200 mg    

Omega-3 DHA supports normal brain growth and cognitive development in infants and children during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Here's a selection of peer-reviewed articles if you want to dig into the science.

Koletzko et al.
Dietary fat intakes for pregnant and lactating women
British Journal of Nutrition (2007), 98(5).

Braarud et al.
Maternal DHA Status during Pregnancy Has a Positive Impact on Infant Problem Solving
Nutrients (2018), 10(5). 

Fidler et al.
Docosahexanoic acid transfer into human milk after dietary supplementation
Journal of Lipid Research (2000), 41(9).

Koletzko et al.
Long chain polyunsaturaded fatty acids (LC-PUFA) and perinatal development
Acta Paediatrica (2001), 90(4)