DHA Vegan 60 softgels - 100% vegan source of DHA derived from algae oil | Minami
Minami Vegan DHA contains DHA from the micro-algae Schizochytrium species, which is offered as a vegetarian softgel capsule. Each minimal daily serving contains 250mg of omega-3 fatty acids which for 100% consists of 250mg DHA. Furthermore, 0,75mg of astaxanthin has been added.
VeganDHA delivers a substantial amount of your daily need for DHA. DHA is beneficial for eye vision and supports the brain function at a daily dose of 250mg DHA.
When a mother takes in another 200mg DHA each day apart from the regular recommended amount of 250 mg EPA + DHA, will improve development of the eyes and brain in a fetus during pregnancy and the infant when it is being breastfed. DHA supports the brain function and eye development in adults too when ingesting at least 250mg DHA each day.
Compare the content of DHA in this vegan softgel capsule with other brands and you will notice how excellent and affordable this brand of omega-3 supplements is.
Fish oil supplements by Minami offer a ‘S.M.A.R.T Choice’ :
• Supercritical: super critical CO2-extraction protects the omega 3 fatty acids
• Maximum concentration: maximum dose and high concentration for an optimal result
• Advanced formula: advanced and proven formulas based on scientific research
• Refined purity: optimal purity which meets international standards
• Technology with eco care: environmentally friendly procedure that meets very demanding European guidelines.
Some supplements are suitable for both men and women of all ages as well as children. But other supplements are specifically targeted to the aging woman or man. Another supplement is especially suitable for athletes, regardless of gender.
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- a dietary supplement is not a subsitute for a healthy diet ; do not exceed recommended dose
- if you have a medical condition, are pregnant, lactating or trying to conceive, are under age of 18, or are taking medications, consult your health care practitioner before using this product.
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The true danger of COVID-19 vaccines : why we should avoid leaky vaccinesTwo weeks ago I wrote in my blog on how I did not want a vaccine out of madness because governments won't allow the use of HCQ or ivermectin, both of which are both safe and cheap treatments against COVID-19.
However, I said to not see anything wrong in the vaccine itself. By now I've changed my mind. No, I don't actually deem mRNA vaccines to be unsafe, nor am I too worried about the very rare side-effects of clotting.
What truly spooked me is the fact these are 'leaky' vaccines, which allows viruses to still infect people despite being vaccinated. They just won't get sick, but can become hosts of viruses that may still infect unvaccinated people. Who , in the end no longer will have any other choice but to get vaccinated when a virus has mutated into a too dangerous variant.
At least this is the theory from dr Geert Vanden Bossche, a prominent virologist who spoke out against massive vaccination.
Why is the fact those vaccines are leaky so scary? Let me explain with an article on Marek's disease in chickens.
Nutritional deficiencies can be a main cause of depression during and after pregnancy
Why are multivitamins important for your health?
Sometimes, when your only source of news is from mainstream media, it seems as if taking nutritional supplements is worse than taking medicines. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Especially multivitamins and fish oil can be your cheapest way to top health in addition to a healthy diet. People following healthy diets, are as rare as diamonds and it most certainly doesn't mean following the latest fad diet where you must buy expensive exotic ingredients to be doing it right.
Sadly this is possible when the general public is not being educated properly. Even our national nutritional council (Voedingscentrum) still keeps spouting how you should be consuming artificial margarine instead of real butter as it 'contains extra vitamin D' while butter from grass-fed cows will contain this naturally.
However, there is one truth that is universally embraced by almost everyone: in order to become healthier one has to consumer larger amounts of vegetables and fruits and less heavily processed foods. The sad truth is how most Dutch citizens don't even ingest 200 grams of vegetables and fruit on a given day, a far cry from the recommended 500 grams never mind the optimal 750 grams that is considered to be ideal when you're striving from longevity.
What is the relationship between religion and food?
In the past few weeks two different incidents made me stop and pause to think how much eating or not eating meat is starting to divide our society.
A vegan lifestyle, which once was a complete rarity in our country, seems to have become popular overnight among the hip and happening crowd.
This is in stark contrast with the general public, which is still very much in love with their steak and bacon.
A good example of that contrast was shown in the way the general public as well as vegans responded to the December edition of Allerhande, a popular supermarket magazine. People who like to celebrate Christmas in a traditional way, lamented the absence of classic meat-heavy recipes, while vegans rejoiced about the multitude of creative vegan recipes.
Because the complaints as well as the compliments were so vocal and heart-felt, it struck me how much veganism or refusal of it has almost become a religion of its own.
The loud complaints were nothing compared to the antisemitic vitriol that was spewn when the popular Palestinian vlogger Nas (Daily) decided to make an episode about Tel Aviv, the vegan capital of the world.
All this made me curious about the relation between religion and food laws and more specifically islamic and jewish food laws as well as to the reasons why even non-religious people get so worked up about food guidelines they are living by.
A vegan life
Over the past decades, a vegetarian life-style has become much more common and accepted than say just 25 years ago, when it was difficult to eat a satisfying meal away from home.
With the advent of wider vegetarian options, more and more people jump straight from a non-vegetarian lifestyle into veganism.
general: take 1 softgel a day with a fat-rich meal or as directed by your qualified health care consultant.
during pregnancy or when breastfeeding: take 1 or 2 softgels a day with a a fat-rich meal
children:take 1 softgel a day with a meal
contains per daily serving (1 softgel)
omega 3 fatty acids from algae oil 250mg †
DHA (docosahexanoic acid) 250mg †
astaxanthine (uit Haematococcus pluvialis) 0,75mg
† = Recommended Daily Intake not established
active ingredient (algae-oil drived from Schizochytrium sp), vegan softgel capsule (filler (glycerol, carrageenan, modified corn starch), natural orange flavour, anticoagulant (silicon dioxide), antioxidants (Miradoxan with a mix of rosemary extract and tocopherols), acidifier (sodium bicarbonate))
keep dry and closed at normal room temperature between 15 - 22°C.
keep out of reach of young children
If you have a medical condition (especially allergies for algae or coagulopathy), are taking medications (especially anticoagulants), or facing surgery, consult your health care practitioner before using this product.
contains no other familiar allergens (wheat, gluten, soy, lupin, nuts/tree nuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, dairy, egg, fish, shellfish or mollusks)
suitable for vegetarians and vegans