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Key Benefits of DHA, Docosahexaenoic Acid,

A Form of Omega-3 Fatty Acid 

High Level of DHA in

Nuyolk Fresh Egg

They might not look like comic book superheroes, but our Nuyolk fresh eggs with high DHA Omega-3 have some pretty amazing superpowers.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3 fatty acid essential for brain development during pregnancy and early childhood. It is also linked to improved heart health, better vision, and reduced inflammatory response. DHA is naturally produced in small quantities by our bodies, but to achieve adequate amounts, DHA needs to be taken in through dietary sources such as cold-water fish, grass-fed meat, and dairy, and omega-3 enriched or pasture-raised eggs. It is also available as supplements, such as fish oil.

The long-chain omega-3 fatty acid is found in cell membranes throughout the body and helps to transmit messages between nerves.

About Nuyolk Fresh Eggs:

  • Nutrient-rich, vegetarian hen's diet with added flax seed oil for boosting alpha linoleic acid ( ALA ) that is converted into DHA.

  • 430 mg omega-3 per egg (750 % more than ordinary eggs)

  • Consisting of 300 mg DHA per 100g egg (417% more than ordinary eggs)

  • Can be cooked, poached or fried without destroying omega-3s

  • Provides ALA, DHA, and EPA Omega-3 Fatty Acids

  • Omega-3s lower triglycerides and inflammation reducing the risk of heart failure

  • Omega-3s help reduce blood pressure

  • Has the most beneficial form of Omega-3, DHA.

12 Benefits of DHA

Here are 12 science-backed health benefits of DHA.

  • Reduces Heart Disease Risk. 

  • May Improve ADHD. 

  • Reduces the Risk of Early Preterm Births. 

  • Fights Inflammation. 

  • Supports Muscle Recovery After Exercise.

  • Helps Some Eye Conditions. 

  • May Reduce Your Risk of Certain Cancers. 

  • May Help Prevent or Slow Alzheimer's Disease.

  • Lowers Blood Pressure and Supports Circulation

  • Aids Normal Brain and Eye Development in Babies

  • Supports Men’s Reproductive Health

  • May Reduce Depression Risk

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Health benefits of Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)

DHA has a positive effect on diseases such as hypertension, arthritis, atherosclerosis, depression, adult-onset diabetes mellitus, myocardial infarction, thrombosis, and some cancers.

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is essential for the growth and functional development of the brain in infants. DHA is also required for maintenance of normal brain function in adults. The inclusion of plentiful DHA in the diet improves learning ability, whereas deficiencies of DHA are associated with deficits in learning. 

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Enjoying 2 DHA High Omega-3 Eggs daily Improves Brain Reaction Time By 22%.

Forty-five healthy subjects, all in their early twenties, were selected from among soldiers at Medical Battalion, Phramongkutklao Hospital in Bangkok for an eight-week trial. Subjects were randomly assigned to consume two boiled eggs per day: either normal eggs (51.82 milligrams of DHA per day) or microalgae-DHA eggs (278 milligrams of DHA per day). Electroencephalograms (EEG) were used to measure brainwave patterns before and after the trial.

The conclusion, according to Kaewsutas: “The consumption of two DHA-enriched eggs per day can improve brain reaction time 22 percent after eight weeks of consumption. There was no change (in brain reaction time) with subjects who had normal eggs in their meals.”

Four to eight weeks of DHA egg consumption, he found, seems to improve imagination, visualization, memory, learning, concentration, logic and critical reasoning.

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Positive Role of DHA in Cognitive Behaviour in Learning Kids

Peruse the infant formula aisle, or check out the options for prenatal nutritional supplements, and you’ll find that nearly all these products boast a “brain nourishing” omega-3 fatty acid called DHA. 

“Even if you can’t easily prove it, because it’s hard to prove developmental outcomes, it makes sense to use it,” said Dr. Steven Abrams, a professor of pediatrics at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin. “It’s probably a good idea to keep it in there, and it’s certainly safe.”

Studies of brain activity reported benefits of DHA supplementation and over half of the studies reported a favorable role for DHA or long chain omega-3 fatty acids in at least one area of cognition or behavior. Studies also suggested an important role for DHA in school performance.

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