Brain DHA  supports learning and memory

Brain DHA, or docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA; 22:6n-3), is very abundant in brain and retinal tissue. DHA has special metabolic selection and special neural functions.

This video shows the need of omega-3 for learning and memory (2-min video).Brain DHA Eat3

Another short video shows how effective DHA is in recovery from brain damage. (In progress)

Building the Brain:Maternal and Infant Needs 

Selective Accumulation of DHA
Mother infant sharing of DHA
Learning and Vision Needs for DHA

Neurite extension, nerve adaptation and DHA-enhanced lipid formation. 

DHA in Neurite Outgrowth
Apoptosis
EFA Specificity in Phosphloipid Metabolism
EFA in Pineal Function