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    DHA in the vegetarian diet
 


     Many are now aware that we need to consume Omega-3.  Our body cannot produce them.  They are essential for the functioning of many organs, especially the brain.  They protect the heart and reduce the risk of degeneration of the nervous system.  A lack of DHA also brings depression, anxiety and anger.   It is the main component of the brain.

 DHA (docosahexaeonic acid) is the most important of Omega-3's.  The main source of DHA is fish, especially fish liver oils.

  DHA is rare in the plant world.  When it is present, it is in very small quantities.  It has often been said that flax seeds contains Omega-3.  This is true but unfortunately they contain practically no DHA.  It seems that women can turn a small proportion of other Omega 3 into DHA.  Vegetarian DHA produced from micro-algae are available.


 
   I have been a vegetarian for 45 years and as I am getting older I find that my memory is not so good anymore.  So I started to consume some DHA produced from micro-algae.  After few weeks, I did not really feel any difference.  So I sprained my principles and tried the DHA from fish and I must admit, I really experienced a difference in the memory, concentration and energy of the body.  I will continue to take animal DHA.


   Conclusion:  Vegetarians should take DHA every day.  In fact, it is good for everybody.




   Dr. Russel Blaylock talks about DHA.  There are several conferences and writings available on the internet.

 He recommends 500mg of DHA per day.


 







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