I typically recommend that the expectant mothers under my care supplement with 2,000-3,000 mg of fish oil per day. High intakes of fish and olive oil are routine in many regions of the Mediterranean and as a natural consequence are known to be safe during pregnancy. book – Pregnant women should not take a high-concentration DHA fish oil. The predominant intake of omega-3 fatty acids during evolution from fish had much more EPA than DHA. Although uncertain if biologically important, a relatively higher EPA concentration of fish oil should be consumed during pregnancy to help mimic our evolutionary exposure. Always inform your physician when supplementing with any product during your pregnancy.
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