Doctor’s Best Vegetarian DHA from Algae, Non-GMO, Vegan, Gluten Free, 200 mg, 60 Softgels

DHA (Docosahexaenoic adis, Omega-3) is a building block for the cell membranes that manage life processes. This vitamin-like nutrient and its metabolic derivatives are vital to mental performance, heart and blood vessel health, vision, immunity and many other functions. Best vegetarian DHA from algae is plant sourced DHA, prepared from toxin-free, sustainably cultured algae and

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DHA (Docosahexaenoic adis, Omega-3) is a building block for the cell membranes that manage life processes. This vitamin-like nutrient and its metabolic derivatives are vital to mental performance, heart and blood vessel health, vision, immunity and many other functions. Best vegetarian DHA from algae is plant sourced DHA, prepared from toxin-free, sustainably cultured algae and suitable for vegetarians.

Product Features

  • Supports memory and learning against age-related decline
  • Promotes brain and cardiovascular health at all stages of life
  • Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Vegetarian
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Comments

Anonymous says:

My dog is ALLERGIC to this item, had to get another one as she got HIVES I got this for my dog who is in remission from cancer, My endocrinologist said to get an algae based DHA. My small dog got HIVES from something in it. I didn’t want to waste it so I ordered him a different brand and I’m using it up. Hopefully it’s not causing any hidden issues with me.I have no ideas what item in it can cause HIVES.

Anonymous says:

Vegan DHA from algae I like this product and bought it again. In the dry winter weather, the skin by my thumbnail would split. I tried moisturizer and lip balm but nothing helped. Now that I’m taking this vegan DHA from algae (instead of fish oil because the fish consume algae) daily, I’ve noticed a difference. This isn’t happening anymore. So I must’ve been deficient. The softgels are made from carrageenan, which I try to avoid, but still a good product.

Anonymous says:

Great Product for Canine Cancer Our vet suggested we give this to our Cocker Spaniel who was recent diagnosed with lymphatic cancer. The vet states that this helps with reducing chances of the cancer coming back when she goes into remission and also helps in the absorption of the chemo.

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