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What can Omega-3 during and after pregnancy do for your kids? Omega-3 from fish oil has been strongly associated with: Birth weight* Reduced pre-term births* Healthy brain function* Eye development* reading ability* IQ and behavior*. ‘Less bed-time resistance’ (Yesss!) Fewer waking episodes and an hour of extra sleep, says a new study. Things to remember:
My wife is pregnant. With twins! We get excited and nervous when it’s time for our monthly doctor’s visit. We do absolutely everything we can to make sure our little bundles of joy are growing and healthy. You probably know the feeling. As a nutritionist who has been studying fish oil and Omega-3 for over
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