Oil made from Red Algae.

Where does C.COHNII OIL come from?

Crypthecodinium Cohnii is a type of marine microalgae species, it's classification and division is Dinoflagellatta. Dinoflagellates are microscopic, unicellular, flagellated, photosynthetic protists, they are characterized by a transverse flagellum that encircles the body and a longitudinal flagellum oriented perpendicular to the transverse flagellum.

Is C.COHNII OIL healty for me?

Red algae (Crypthecodinium Cohnii) is a natural high producer of DHA. It is an omega-3 fatty acid found in tissue throughout the body. It is a major structural fatty acid in the gray matter of the brain and the retina of the eye, and is a key component of heart tissue. DHA is important for proper brain and eye development in infants and has been shown to support cardiovascular health in adults. Increasing evidence supports that especially the omega-3 PUFAs (Polyunsaturated fatty acid) are beneficial for long-term human health. They may reduce or inhibit risk factors involved in various diseases like cardiovascular diseases and inflammatory and immune disorders.

More information about C.COHNII OIL.

The World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization, British Nutrition Foundation and Children's Health Foundation have also recommended DHA inclusion in infant formulas. In addition, women should supplement before conception, throughout out the nine months of pregnancy.

  • Nutritional benefits of DHA
  • Achieving optimal eye and brain development and function for infants
  • Leveling correlate with visual and mental performance for growing children
  • Improving rod dark adaptation or night vision for adults
  • Preventing neurological and visual disorders for infants especially under 6 months
  • Reducing levels of blood triglycerides