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GNC Milestones Baby DHA Drops, 2 fl. oz.
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4.4 out of 5 stars with 45 reviews
When you choose GNC Milestones Baby, you get peace of mind. Our experts are committed to ensuring that every baby product we offer meets GNC�s highest standards of quality, purity, potency, nourishment and safety, so you can rest easy knowing you�ve made the best choice for your baby. Sourced from Wild Caught Fish.Gnc Milestones Baby? Dha Drops &Ndash; Unflavored: Supports Fetal &Amp; Newborn Brain, Vision, And Nervous System Development Give Your Baby Gnc Milestones Baby? Dha Drops With Con

Carlson - Elite DHA Gems, 1000 mg DHA, Supports Healthy Brain Function & Vision, 120 Soft gels
By Carlson
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4.6 out of 5 stars with 49 reviews
Elite DHA Gems provide a highly concentrated dose of 1,000 mg of DHA in a single soft gel. DHA is an important omega-3 for people of all ages and women who are pregnant or nursing. DHA is found primarily in fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, and sardines. But most of us don't receive enough through diet alone, which is why a supplement can be a great option. DHA promotes brain, vision, and skin health. It's also an important prenatal supplement and breast milk component that support healthy br

LABO Nutrition NeuroREGAIN - Scallop-derived PLASMALOGEN for Brain Deterioration, Learning, Memory, Alertness, Concentration and Other Cognitive Functions - Suitable for Seniors, Adult Men & Women
By LABO Nutrition
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4.7 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
THE MOST PROMISING SOLUTION TO SUPPPORT REJUVENATION OF BRAIN FUNCTIONS & MEMORY Plasmalogens are a type of phospholipid present in human tissues and found most abundantly in the brain. Their levels in the body increase from the foetal stage, peak in the 30s and begin to decrease thereafter. The decline of plasmalogen affects brain functions, especially in plasmalogen-deficient seniors. Several studies have shown that plasmalogen levels are lower in brain tissue and blood serum of patients with

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