DHA

See HUFAs: HUFAs are highly unsaturated fatty acids, also known as PUFAs ( poly unsaturated fatty acids ). Fatty acids principally consist of chains of carbon atoms of varying lengths. Between each pair of carbon atoms in the chain there is either a single or double bond. Omega 3 fatty acids have the first double bond between the 3rd and 4th carbon
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DHA

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DHA

DHA: 1. Docosahexaenoic acid, an essential fatty acid, thought to be important to the development of infants, particularly as regards their eyes and brain. DHA is present in breast milk and has been added to some infant formulas. Postnatal DHA may improve vision and some cognitive functions in infants and toddlers. DHA is an omega-3, polyunsaturate
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DHA

An important Omega-3 fatty acid that is a major structural component of brain, nerve and retinal membranes. DHA can be found naturally in human breastmilk and many infant formula manufacturer's now incorporate DHA into the formula. Synonym(s): Docosahexaenoic Acid
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Dha

[sword] Dha (also spelled dah or darr) is the Burmese word for `knife.` The term dha is conventionally used refer to a wide variety of knives and swords used by many people across Indochina, especially present-day Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Yunnan, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. ==Origins== The broad use and diffusion of the dha across Southea
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Dha

A Burmese sword usually in the length of two foot. ...
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Dha

[Javanese] == Pasangan == It`s pasangan form {Jawa|◌꧀ꦝ}, is located on the bottom side of the previous syllable. == Murda == The letter ꦝ has a murda form, which is ꦞ. == See also == ...
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