Children's serie

1. DHA is very important to the growth and development of brain nerves
0-6 years old is a critical period for human brain development. DHA is an essential micronutrient for fetal and child brain development. DHA can promote the formation of neural networks, speed up the release of neurotransmitters and the transmission of information, and can significantly repair dead brain cells. In the last 3 months of pregnancy, the dha in the fetal brain will increase by 3-5 times, which plays an important role in the development and function of the children's brain.


2, DHA plays an important role in the visual development of infants
DHA is an important component of the retina. When dha is lacking, the visual function is impaired, which is manifested as delayed development of visual acuity and prolonged fixation time for light signal stimuli, thus affecting the baby's ability to respond and observe.


3, DHA plays an important role in the development of children's intelligence
0-6 years old is a critical period for children's intelligence development. Studies have shown that children supplemented with DHA during this period have significantly improved cognitive, language, and motor abilities compared with other children.


When DHA is lacking, the division and proliferation of fetal brain cells will be hindered, and when it is seriously lacking, it will cause brain cell development retardation and low intelligence level. Pregnant women with severe insufficient intake of DHA can give birth to very low birth weight infants, manifested as mental retardation, thinking flexibility, language expression ability, comprehension ability and fine motor are lower than normal infants.

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