What if my Prenatal DHA level is below 5%?

The other important piece of the puzzle is personalization, which is where DHA testing plays a very important role in optimizing intake. If someone has a DHA level less than 5%, then we would recommend they take more than someone who is above 5%. So, for example, if...

What does my Prenatal DHA report say?

When you get your Prenatal DHA results report your level will be marked by an arrow. If you are below 5% you will be in the yellow or red zone. If you are 5% or above, then you will land in the green zone, which is ideally where you want to be. The goal is to know...

What are some tips for picking an Omega-3 DHA supplement?

TIP #1 – MAKE SURE YOUR SUPPLEMENT CONTAINS “DHA” OR “DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID” When you are looking for a supplement, look at the “Supplement Facts” panel on the back of the supplement bottle to check the amount of DHA. Make a note of the serving size, which is...

When should I re-test my omega-3 DHA level?

When you do change your diet based on your test results, it is important to re-test to make sure  the changes you made actually impacted your blood level. We recommend re-testing every 2-3 months during pregnancy. In many of the studies we’ve seen where women only...

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