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Omega-3 recommended in Australia during pregnancy - April 2021

Pregnancy Care Guidelines Austrailan Govt.

  • "Supplementation with omega-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (800 mg docosahexaenoic acid DHA and 100 mg eicosapentaenoic acid EPA per day) may reduce the risk of preterm birth among women who are low in omega-3."
  • "Iodine requirements increase during pregnancy and a supplement of 150 micrograms a day is advised."
  • "Vitamin D: Vitamin D supplementation may be a consideration for women with vitamin D levels lower than 50 nmol/L. The evidence for vitamin D supplementation is discussed in Chapter 47. "

Grassroots health blog about this has the following chart


VitaminDWiki entries in both categories Omega-3 and Pregnancy:

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