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 where you are and then re-test after a few months to see if the changes you’ve made have impacted your DHA level, especially if you are below 5%.

Here is sample report.

Here is a helpful video.

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