DHA is naturally transferred to a fetus during pregnancy
Because developing fetuses cannot make their own omega-3 fatty acids, their needs must be met by their mothers.
DHA and other essential nutrients are obtained by the mother through her diet or supplementation and are passed along to the fetus during pregnancy.
Although the developing fetus requires DHA throughout the pregnancy, this vital nutrient is particularly important during the third trimester.
These last three months are when much of the fetus' neurological, visual and nervous system development occurs.
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