Is DHA from algae effective?


DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) from algae is a form of omega-3 fatty acid that is similar to the DHA found in fish. It is considered to be an effective source of DHA for vegetarians and vegans, as well as for people who are allergic to fish. Studies have shown that DHA from algae can have a positive impact on brain and eye health, and may also have potential benefits for heart health and the prevention of certain chronic diseases. However, more research is needed to fully understand the potential health benefits of DHA from algae.

Docosahexaenoic Acid 7%/10%CWS

Molecular formula: C22H32O2

Molecular Weight: 328.49

CAS No.: 6217-54-5

HS Code: 2106909090

Shape and Properties: White or faint-yellow powder, no foreign matter and no odor.

Component: Algae oil DHA, Starch Sodium Octenyl Succinate, Tocopherol etc.

Dispersivity: It can diffuse rapidly and completely in cold water, juice and other liquids, and remain stable for a long time.

Usage: It is mainly used through two methods. One is to directly mix the powder evenly in the mixer according to the formula. And the other is to dissolve it with a little water at first, then add it to products and stir well.

Storage: Lay in a shade and cool place with sealed airtight package.

Shelf life: 24 months.