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What is dihomo Mead Acid?

dihomo Mead acid, 22:3, is a polyunsaturated conjugated fatty acid that is important for especially infants. It’s needed to compensate for the lack of DHA when an infant or preterm infant isn’t breastfed.

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Compound In Formulas

dihomo Mead acid is often used in formulas and breast milk substitute, to infants to compensate for the deficiency of docosahexaenoic acid, DHA, when not being breastfed. (source 🗗)

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