Morristown, NJ, April 15, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Mothers Milk DHA is pleased to introduce a unique and effective fish oil supplement for pregnant and breast feeding mothers. This product is based on several studies that have shown children who receive a suitable contribution of DHA during the fetal period and first years of life show a higher brain development, greater functional capacity, and higher IQ.
The DHA found in breast milk is an example of nature’s unique ability to provide nutrients in a form that infants can absorb to grow and thrive. DHA in breast milk is predominately located in the sn-2 position - a form that is readily absorbed and utilized by a growing baby. A mother's body naturally provides the nutrients to her infant in the precise sn-2 form. Of all the available sources of DHA, mothers milk DHA™ is the only product that provides breast feeding mothers with the same ratio of sn-2 DHA as found in a mother's natural breast milk. The process of making a breast milk equivalent DHA is done using a patented low heat natural chemical free process.
At mothers milk DHA, the goal is to provide pregnant and nursing mothers along with their babies, a DHA product of the highest quality that can powerfully benefit both mother and child. In 1999, a company in Spain was formed to focus on naturally creating the Omega DHA found in breast milk. Over an eight-year time span, this company started with high quality, highly concentrated fish oil and recreated the process a mother naturally produces in her body. This DHA was clinically tested and proven to be a high quality pharmaceutical DHA comparable to that found in breast milk. It is the only company in the world that can naturally produce a DHA as found in breast milk.
mothers milk DHA™ fish oil supplements come in easy-to-swallow softgels providing a pharmaceutical-grade, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in a natural triglyceride form.
mothers milk is headquartered in Morristown, NJ and can be reached via email at email@example.com. For more information, please visit www.mothersmilkdha.com.
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