It’s easy and safe to raise your omega-3 DHA level during pregnancy. We know that eating fish during pregnancy is a tricky topic, but there is a lot of research showing that the benefits outweigh the risks. It is important to be careful and to understand what kinds of fish are high in EPA and DHA but also low in mercury and other toxins. The other option is to take supplements, which are safe and non-toxic. Supplements will also give you a better idea how much DHA you are actually taking. If you want to make sure you are getting at least 200 mg of DHA a day, then a supplement is a good option. 

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