TopicHealthy Fat Loss - 4 Easy Steps

  • Thu 17th May 2018 - 11:08am

    These fatty acids include DHA and EPA which are GRS Ultra building blocks for your babies' brain. One study shows that children who get enough of these nutrients may actually develop motor skills 2 months faster than children who don't get enough.And deficiencies in omega 3's can lead to ADD and ADHD causing your child to have problems concentrating in school. Studies show they boost memory, improve eyesight and give your child great skin and hair. Plus they're good for the cardiovascular system. All in all they're an important part of your child's development.Plus, you need them too. If you aren't getting enough omega 3's in your diet, your child will take what it needs from your brain leaving you at risk for postpartum depression now and Alzheimer's later.

    If your nutrition during pregnancy includes lots of leafy greens like spinach, olive oil and walnuts, you're well on your way to getting some omega 3's. But you need more than usual when you're pregnant and nutritionists say most Americans are deficient.That's where fish comes in. Fish is one of the highest sources of these fatty acids. It's loaded with the brain building DHA and EPA acids which is one reason fish is sometimes called "brain food". But eating fish is only part of the story. If you're pregnant, you have to be especially careful your fish is not loaded with toxins like mercury which isn't going to help you or your baby.


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