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Brainstein

Vegetarian Omega 3 DHA Gummies

Brainstein Vegetarian Omega-3 DHA Gummies combines Algae & Tresalbio brand Omega-3 Chia Oil to give your children a daily dose of Omega- 3 DHA plus ALA. This tasty little treat provides them with the building blocks they need for brain development, as well as overall health and growth.

Brainstein

$17.67

SKU: Childrens-DHA-43355

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Brainstein Vegetarian Omega-3 DHA Gummies combines Algae & Tresalbio brand Omega-3 Chia Oil to give your children a daily dose of Omega- 3 DHA plus ALA. This tasty little treat provides them with the building blocks they need for brain development, as well as overall health and growth.

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Weight 11.6 oz
Dimensions 4.5 x 2.25 x 2.25 in

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Omega 3: The Essential Building Blocks

Brain Development & Function

DHA is a core structural component and building-block of a child’s brain. It is leveraged for overall brain development from a pregnant mother’s 2nd term through the child’s teenage years. DHA makes up 15% to 20% of the brains cerebral cortex (area of the brain responsible for many cognitive functions, such as working memory) and 30% of the structural fats within the gray matter of the brain.

Eye Development & Function

Just as with the brain, DHA is also a structural component and building block of the eyes. DHA is naturally concentrated in the retina of the eye (layer of tissue that lines the inside of the eye and receives the image formed by the lens) and is thought to promote healthy retinal function. DHA supplementation has been linked to the healthy visual development and performance.

Overall Health and Well-Being

Omega 3 ALA is the primary form of all Omega 3s, which the body cannot produce. The body converts ALA to DHA on demand; therefore, Omega 3 ALA is essential in maintaining overall health and supporting growth. One of the core nutrients which cells require to carry out standard bodily functions and reducing inflammation, makes it crucial to cellular functions. Without it, human life is not possible.

Omega 3 Deficiency in Children

The Omega 3 family of essential fatty acids, especially ALA, are an important part of your child’s daily diet because they foster health, growth, and well-being.

ALA, DHA, and EPA are the 3 primary and essential Omega 3s, found naturally in various nuts, berries, seeds, some plant-based sources, and grass-fed beef. EPA and DHA are more complex forms of Omega 3 which can only be found in fish, seafood and a few species of algae. Brainstein contains only algae-based DHA and chia seed-based ALA.

Our Required Omega 3s differ during various stages of life. Omega 3 ALA and DHA serve vital roles in the growth and development of infants and children. Even during pregnancy, the child’s brain, eyes, and nervous system needs them for development and controlling inflammation. Omega 3s are the core building blocks of the body.

The body is aware of the importance of Omega 3 to child development, which is why a mother’s breast milk is typically loaded with DHA and ALA. Lack of both is known to hinder performance later in a child’s life.

Low levels of DHA intake have been linked to slow cognitive development; specifically in the areas of reading, attention, learning, and memory.
DHA and ALA deficiencies are associated with poor brain maturation and neurocognitive dysfunctions which increase risks of attention-deficit and/or hyperactivity (AHDH) disorders; as well as other behavioral problems.
Research has found DHA and ALA supplementation have long-term benefits associated with the development of a child’s motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Sadly, it is common for children to be deficient in DHA and ALA. Natural food sources containing these essential fatty acids are nuts, grain, and seafood. Not only is safe seafood (responsibly caught) pricey and hard to come by, but getting picky eaters to consume adequate amounts of it can be even more difficult.

Omega 3 ALA consumption is crucial for the children’s health and the most basic form needed for optimal health. ALA can be easily converted to DHA and EPA based on the needs of the body, therefore consumption of ALA ensures the child’s Omega 3 requirements are met. Natural sources of ALA are grass-fed cow’s milk, cheese, grass-fed beef, nuts, and berries.

Tasty Vegetarian Omega 3 Gummies for Overall Growth, Development,
and Children’s Health

Brainstein is a yummy vegetarian gummy your children will love! It’s formulated with algae and CO2 extracted chia seed oils, to create a tasty treat that your kids will beg for. The Omega 3 DHA will provide your little ones with the building blocks needed for the brain, eyes, and nervous system; while Omega 3 ALA delivers required nourishment for health and growth. Rest assured, Brainstein is free of chemicals, heavy metals, and other harmful additives!

A Building Block of the Brain

DHA is a core structural component and building-block of a child’s brain from the 2nd term in pregnancy all the way into teenage years. DHA makes up 15% – 20% of the brains cerebral cortex, the area of the brain responsible for many cognitive functions such as working memory. 30% of the structural fats within the gray matter of the brain is comprised of DHA. DHA is not only a requirement to build the brain, research has shown to be crucial to cognitive performance and overall brain function.

A low level of DHA intake has been found to hinder a child’s reading ability, memory, and behavior; as well as increasing behavioral disorders, such as ADHD.
Studies have found that infants given DHA supplementation had higher cognitive performance in the later years of their childhood. The test subjects were found to score higher in intelligence testing, vocabulary, and rule learning.
DHA has been known to be an integral element in the brain cell's ability to communicate (cell signaling) by increasing brain fluidity. Cell signaling influences your brain's ability to activate and release key neurotransmitters such as serotonin, glutamate, and dopamine. Deficiencies in DHA have been shown to lower the level of dopamine and the dopamine receptor D2 in the frontal lobe, which can result in problems with attention and learning.
DHA is available through food and supplements. Chia based ALA serves as an indirect source of DHA and the body makes it on demand while simultaneously reducing chronic inflammation.

Eye Development and Visual Performance

Just as with the brain, DHA is also a structural component and building-block of the eyes. DHA, naturally concentrated in the retina of the eye (layer of tissue lining the inside of the eye and receiving the image formed by the lens) is thought to promote healthy retinal function. Healthy DHA intake is linked to the healthy visual development and performance.

Nervous System Development and Function

The nervous system is one of the most underappreciated aspects of the body. It is an extension of the brain consisting of a complex electrical communication system which facilitates the brain’s communication with many bodily systems. DHA and ALA have been shown to support healthy nervous system function and development in children.

DHA has been shown to concentrate in the areas responsible for motor skill functions
It has been shown that plant-based ALA converts to DHA in the body
Healthy DHA has been shown to influence the development of motor skills in children (walking, riding a bike, playing sports)

An Example of the Nervous System at Work

When someone throws you a football, you use your nervous system to locate and catch the ball. The eyes and brain see where the ball is, and the hands respond to catch it. Without the nervous system, the hands would not react and catch the ball. In this example, the nervous system facilitated the brain, eyes, and hands working together to catch the football.

Ingredients & Quality Standards

DHA Derived from Algae Oil

The algae oil we leverage is a Non-GMO vegetarian source of Omega 3 DHA. People often think DHA comes from fish, but it actually comes from algae the fish eat! This vegetarian source of DHA provides your child’s brain, eyes, and cells the building blocks they need for development and overall function. DHA is important to brain development because it acts as a structural component of brain cells. In fact, DHA comprises 15% – 20% of the cerebral cortex, 30% of the structural fats within the gray matter, and 97% of the Omega 3′s in the brain.

ALA Derived from Chia Seed Oil

Chia seeds are a remarkably potent source of Omega 3 ALA. The Chia seed oil we leverage is Non-GMO and is extracted with solvent-free CO2 to maximize purity, stability, and bioavailability.  ALA is the most essential form of Omega 3 and is present in cells throughout the entire body; acting as essential components to overall health at the cellular level.

Product Supplemental Information & Instructions

Serving Directions: 3 gummies with or without food.

Other Ingredients: Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Glucose, Corn Starch Modified, Water, Malic Acid, Natural Flavors, Sodium Citrate, Annatto and Turmeric Colors, Coconut Oil, Carnauba Wax

Warning:: Pregnant or nursing mothers should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement

Allergen: The product does not contain any major food allergens listed under 2003/89/EC or 21 U.S.C. 321 (qq).

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