What is Algae DHA?
Plant-Based Sources Of Omega-3
DHA is a type of unsaturated fatty acid, and humans cannot self produce this kind of fatty acid. DHA needs to be absorbed through sardines, tuna, pacific saury and other types of deep-sea fishes or fish oil supplements. These types of DHA are considered as animal sourced DHA and may have been contaminated due to human contamination and pollutions in the sea. DHA can also be derived from microalgae and is considered the best natural source of natural DHA, and is also at the same time considered vegetarian DHA, which would be a solution to the lack of DHA for vegetarians. DHA can improve eyesight, reduce blood lipids, prevent cardiovascular diseases, promote brain development of infants, and even prevent Alzheimer's disease. Due to all the benefits DHA can bring us, it is also know as the brain's food.