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Mom’s Smarter Choice

From preconception to pregnancy, breastfeeding and beyond, it’s a great opportunity for you to develop your child’s health. Take the only healthy fats – omega-3 fatty acids – to build a stronger you and smarter baby.

A sufficient intake of omega-3 plays an essential role in increasing chances of conception by:


  • Regulates menstrual cycle.1
  • Supports normal hormonal response, building a healthy body for better chance of conception.1


  • Might help maintain healthy sperm quality and concentration.2
  • Maintains healthy male reproductive system.3

Omega-3 plays a major role in ensuring pregnant moms to have healthier and smoother pregnancies. Incorporate omega-3 in your daily diet as it:

  • Studies shown that it may reduce the risk of preterm birth.1,4
  • Promotes healthy fetal growth.1
  • Facilitates proper development of eyes, brain structure, immune system and nervous system in baby.1,5

For a speedy recovery and preparation to breastfeed your baby, omega-3:

  • Reduces risk of post-partum depression.
  • Promotes optimal brain development for a smarter baby.5
  • Improves skin health and reduces skin sensitivity.5
  • Improves vision development.6,7
  • Promotes better sleeping patterns.6,7

Did You Know?
Research has shown that mothers who took DHA supplementation during pregnancy had babies with better problem-solving skills at 9 months compared to mothers who did not.4

1. Saldeen P1, Saldeen T. Women and omega-3 Fatty acids. Obstet Gynecol Surv. 2004 Oct;59(10):722-30; quiz 745-6.
2. Esmaeili, V., Shahverdi, A. H., Moghadasian, M. H. and Alizadeh, A. R. (2015), Dietary fatty acids affect semen quality: a review. Andrology, 3:450–461 doi:10.1111/andr.12024.
3. M. Roqueta-Rivera, T. L. Abbott, M. Sivaguru, R. A. Hess, M. T. Nakamura. Deficiency in the Omega-3 Fatty Acid Pathway Results in Failure of Acrosome Biogenesis in Mice. Biology of Reproduction, 2011; 85 (4): 721 DOI: 10.1095/biolreprod.110.089524.
4. Danielle Swanson, Robert Block, and Shaker A. Mousa. Omega-3 Fatty Acids EPA and DHA: Health Benefits Throughout Life. 2012 American Society for Nutrition. Adv. Nutr. 3: 1–7, 2012.
5. Coletta JM, Bell SJ, Roman AS. Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Pregnancy. Reviews in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2010;3(4):163-171.
6. Harris MA. Implementation of evidence-based recommendations for omega 3 docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in pregnancy. Talk presented at: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2015 Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo; October 5, 2015; Nashville, TN.
7. Lammi-Keefe CJ. Nutrition’s role in successful pregnancy outcome: omega-3 fatty acids. Talk presented at: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2015 Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo; October 5, 2015; Nashville, TN.

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