Omega-3 for Mom-to-Be?

An interesting – yet small – study from the University of Connecticut indicates that pregnant women who took 300 mg of DHA, an Omega-3 fatty acid, five days a week in their last trimester had fewer symptoms of postpartum depression. Medical professionals already recommend DHA for pregnant women to benefit their unborn babies. Studies show it helps babies’ brains and hand-eye coordination. Consult a doctor to determine how much you should take.

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