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Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA Review
Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA Review

PUBLISHED: 10/04/2012 by BR Technical
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Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA is especially formulated to support brain, eye and mental function, through what is advertised as the highest quality non-fish source of DHA. The formula manufactured by Nature’s Way features as single core ingredient the Omega-3 essential fatty acid DHA and claims that each soft gel contains 20% Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).

The company claims to be one of America’s leading companies in herbal medicine and supplementation. The company was founded in the 1960’s and operates a state-of-the-art, pharmaceutically licensed, industry-recognized GMP manufacturing facility. Beside herbal supplements, Nature’s Way also manufactures and sells probiotics, essential fatty acids, Ginkgo extracts, liver support formulas and hyaluronic acids. Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA is marketed under the EfaGold brand, which offers a broad line of Essential Fatty Acids with over 50 EFA products.

Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA is suited for adults only, including vegetarians.

Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA Ingredients

Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA contains the following ingredients: Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) (from Algal microalgae oil), Vegetarian softgel [modified starch, glycerin, carrageenan, Sorbitol, purified water, beta carotene (natural color) and caramel (natural color)], high oleic sunflower oil, sunflower lecithin, mixed natural tocopherols and ascorbyl palmitate, and natural flavor.

Product Features

Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA features DHA sourced from microalgae oil. The Omega 3 fatty acid DHA can be obtained from food or supplementation. Main sources include fish sources (salmon, tuna, herring, anchovies etc) or vegetarian sources (flax seed, canola oil or walnuts). However, the vegetarian sources do not contain DHA as such, but another Omega-3 essential fatty acid called ALA which is converted in the body in DHA. This process takes time and resources. Microalgae oil on the other hand is one of the best plant sources of DHA (provided directly and not in the form of ALA). It provides 250% more DHA per unit than fish oil.

Vegetable sources of Omega-3 (especially DHA) are also highly recommended to pregnant women, since there are some concerns regarding toxicity and contamination of fish sources.

DHA is found in large quantities in the brain and the retina, and, hence it is believed that normal functioning of the brain highly and eyes depend on DHA. The exact mechanism is yet to be studied and understood. Because DHA is essential to normal brain development pre and post natal as well as to its normal functioning, milk formulas and different foods are often enriched with DHA.

Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA recommended use is 1 soft gel taken two times daily. Consumer reviews are not numerous, therefore it is hard to get a clear picture of whether the formula works. No side effects or precautions are mentioned for Neuromins DHA.

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Advantages

  • Vegetable source for the extract of DHA, safer for pregnant women and suited for vegetarians
  • Microalgae sourced DHA, one of the richest sources of DHA
  • No solvents, sugars, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives

Disadvantages

  • There are no consumer reviews available
  • No side effects mentioned although sometimes there may be some associated to DHA

Conclusion

Nature’s Way Neuromins DHA contains microalgae oil sourced DHA. While the manufacturer makes no specific ailment claims or details the benefits, numerous research and clinical trials conducted over the past years have indeed shown the benefits of Omega 3 including DHA extend to various body functions and structures. DHA is particularly important to brain and eye development and normal functioning.

However, product reviews are very scarce, with some consumers reporting being satisfied with the quality-price ratio and effectiveness of the formula and others who complain about the fishy aftertaste, characteristic to this type of products. All things considered, this is a product manufactured by a reputable company and a good option for vegetarians.

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