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The recommended levels of DHA daily intake for pregnant and lactating mothers is 200mg.
Reference: Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations. Fats and fatty acids in human nutrition. FAO Food and Nutrition Paper 91.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations recommends 200mg of daily DHA intake for pregnant and lactating moms. The 100mg in 2 servings per day of Enfamama A+ helps bridge the gap brought about by the average amount of DHA in a pregnant/lactating woman’s typical diet of 50-100mg per day.
Enfamama A+ contains 50mg of DHA on a per serving basis. It has the highest levels of DHA versus other prenatal/lactating milk brands.
Yes, you can take Enfamama A+ even if you are not pregnant as it also contains essential nutrients that can be found in milk supplements for adults. It is, however, specifically formulated to support the nutritional needs of pregnant and lactating moms. The highest levels of DHA will help your baby’s brain and visual development while he/she is inside your womb.
Enfamama A+ will, however, aid your body as it prepares for pregnancy because of the essential nutrients it contains. These include Folic Acid, which helps prevent birth defects and DHA, which supports brain development.
Yes, you can drink Enfamama A+ even without a doctor’s prescription as it is an over-the-counter product. If you have gestational diabetes or any other pregnancy related condition, however, it is advisable for you to consult your OB-GYN before purchasing Enfamama A+.
While it differs per person, diarrhea becomes more common during the third trimester. It is best to consult your OB-GYN for cases like this.
There are many factors that cause constipation during pregnancy such as hormonal changes, diet, etc. For some moms, food such as milk and other dairy products can aggravate difficult bowel movement. It differs per individual. The recommended milk-water ratio for Enfamama A+ is 50g or 4 heaping tablespoons for every 200ml water. It is recommended that you consult your OB-GYN for cases like this.