When most couples decide to try and have a baby, they normally see their doctor and begin taking prenatal vitamins.
Not all prenatal supplements have the same ingredients. Many do not have any DHA omega-3, which is just as important as the vitamins and minerals.
A new study had 350 pregnant women take either 600mg DHA omega-3 or placebo during their pregnancy. They found that those taking the DHA had longer gestation, increased birth weight and length.
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