The minute people hear the word “food,” panic often sets in. That’s because the word conjures up having to wash, prepare, cook and then plate it. With many people’s hectic schedules taking a toll, lunch and dinner often mean having a meal delivered or picking one up. That way, the only obligations involve unpacking and tossing the wrapping.
Whether you’re interested in filling in nutrient gaps in a less-than-perfect diet or want to support a specific area of health, taking dietary supplements is a go-to solution for millions of Americans today. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports than more than half of U.S. adults currently use one or more supplements—with multi-vitamins topping the most-popular list.
It’s nearly impossible to flip through a parenting magazine without seeing handfuls of ads about products that contain DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid that occurs naturally in breast milk and is believed to support healthy brain development. DHA is used to fortify formula, infant cereals, yogurts and other forms of nutrition; it’s also available as a supplement for moms and babies. And, DHA is widely used for toddlers and older children whose brains, of course, are still growing and developing every day.
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