DHA in milk formula has short-lived benefits, study finds

11/1/2007 | National Public Radio

Infant milk-formula manufacturers have been adding Martek Biosciences Corp.'s algae-derived DHA into their products after studies showed that infants given DHA-supplemented formulas performed better in cognitive tests than those given regular formulas. But the benefits of DHA supplementation may be short-lived, and prenatal intake may be more important than postnatal intake, one researcher said.

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