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There are four major chemicals in your brain that influence your happiness (DOSE): (neurotransmitters are brain chemical that lets brain cells communicate with each other and therefore allows the brain to function properly. In other words, a neurotransmitter transmits (carries) a chemical message from neuron to neuron)
By finding a way to activate each of these emotions, you incorporate a little more happiness into your day, which in turn increases productivity and profitability.
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Quality nutrition is one critical key to ageing younger and ‘being healthier’ and today I would like to tell you a little about DHA. You may take fish oils or EFA’s bu t do you really know why you take them? Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is one of the most important omega-3 fatty acids and like most omega-3 fats, it’s linked with many health benefits. It is a part of every cell in your body, plays a vital role in your brain and is absolutely crucial during pregnancy and because your body can’t produce the right amount you need, to get it from your diet and/or supplement.
So what is DHA (Some of this is a little scientific) (Docosahexaenoic Acid)?
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is a long-chain omega-3 fatty acid and it’s a component of every cell in your body and a vital structural component of your skin, eyes and brain. In fact, DHA makes up over 90% of the omega-3 fatty acids in your brain and up to 25% of its total fat content. Technically it can be produced through a process from another omega-3 fatty acid but it is very inefficient and requires the right levels of vitamins and minerals. DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that is vital for your skin, eyes and brain. Your body can’t produce it in adequate amounts, so you need to get it from your diet and supplementation.
How Does DHA Work?
DHA is an unsaturated fatty acid with 6 double bonds and is very flexible. Its main location is cell membranes, where it makes the membranes and gaps between cells more fluid and it assists in nerve cells sending and receiving electrical signals. So, if you have low levels in your brain or eyes you may slow the signalling between cells, resulting in poor eyesight or brain function. DHA also helps fight inflammation and lowers blood triglycerides?
WHERE DO YOU FIND THIS ESSENTIAL ELEMENT?
BEST Food Sources of DHA DHA is mainly found in seafood, such as fish, shellfish and algae. Mackerel, Salmon, Herring, Sardines, Caviar. Grass-fed meat, dairy and omega-3 enriched eggs may also contain small amounts. Bottom line if you don’t eat the above foods regularly then you MUST supplement. That’s if you want to have good vision and a brain that functions properly (who wants to get Alzheimer’s or depression, low levels are linked)
DHA and Your Brain DHA is the most abundant omega-3 in your brain and plays a CRITICAL role in its development and function. It Plays a Major Role in Brain Development DHA is extremely important for brain tissue growth and function, especially during development and infancy. It is mainly found in the gray matter of the brain, and the frontal lobes are particularly dependent on it during development These parts of the brain are responsible for processing information, memories and emotions. They are also important for sustained attention, planning and problem solving, as well as social, emotional and behavioural development.
Bottom Line: DHA is essential for brain and eye development. A deficiency in early life is linked to learning disabilities, ADHD and other disorders.
Help Your BRAIN Age Better DHA is also critical for healthy brain aging, and could help with oxidative stress, altered energy metabolism and DNA damage. As you age the structure of your brain also changes, which reduces its size, weight and fat content and many of these changes are also seen when DHA levels decrease.
Supplements may improve memory and learning for some people.
Low Levels Are Linked to Brain Diseases Effects on Eyes and Vision. DHA is a very important membrane component in the eye. It helps activate a protein called rhodopsin, a membrane protein in the rods of the eye. Rhodopsin helps your brain receive images from your eyes by changing membrane permeability, fluidity, thickness and other properties inside the eye.
Effects on Heart Health Omega-3 fatty acids have been linked to a reduced risk of heart disease. Low levels are associated with an increased risk of heart disease and death, and some supplement studies have shown that omega-3s reduce the risk This applies especially to omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish and fish oils, such as EPA and DHA. Their intake can improve some risk factors for heart disease, including:
And There Are Other Health Benefits DHA may also protect against the development of other diseases, including:
Also make sure to speak with a doctor before taking omega-3s if you have a blood clotting disorder or take blood thinning medication.
SO… DHA is a vital part of every cell in your body, especially the cells in your brain and eyes. It is an essential part of brain development and function and it may affect the speed and quality of communication between nerve cells. If you think that you’re not getting enough DHA in your diet then talk to me about taking an omega-3 supplement.