Increased levels of the protective macular pigment in the fovea of the eye are shown to be positively associated with increased blood serum of lutein, zeaxanthin and DHA in a new human study (1)
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In a new study, a group of low to middle income mothers (n=1,094) in Cuernavaca, Mexico who were supplemented with 400 mg of algal DHA omega-3 during the last half of pregnancy had children with higher scores on a test of cognitive function that measured sustained attention.