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The Alpha and Omega of Prenatal Supplement
UpSpring Alpha Omega prenatal supplement combines pharmaceutical grade Omega-3 (DHA and EPA) with Alpha GPC Choline which is clinically shown to support fetal brain development.* Choline is an essential nutrient for brain health and pregnancy can deplete maternal reserves of choline which is critical for baby’s brain development.
UpSpring’s Alpha GPC Choline is the only type of choline that breaks through the blood-brain barrier, enabling the nutrient to be better absorbed by the brain to help support improved memory, recall, ability to learn (higher test scores) and more.*
Why Omega 3 DHA, EPA and Choline Softgel?
The only prenatal supplement clinically shown to support fetal brain development*
Delivers 285 mg DHA/EPA
Contains Alpha GPC Choline to nourish baby’s growing brain.*
Ultra-pure marine oil with ZERO mercury
No fishy taste or fishy after burps
Small, easy-to-swallow softgel
Can be taken, before, during and after pregnancy
All natural, gluten free, and non-GMO
You'll Love What's In our Omega 3 DHA Supplement
Choline is a critical nutrient during pregnancy and the amount a pregnant mother gets can influence her baby’s future learning, cognitive function, and memory.* UpSpring’s Alpha Omega supplement provides 100 mg of Alpha GPC Choline per softgel. If you’re the kind of mom who reads labels, you’ll be thrilled by what you find (and don’t find) on ours. We use only the highest quality natural ingredients, with no artificial anything, ever, to give you the cleanest Omega 3 multivitamin possible.
How To Use UpSpring Alpha Omega Supplement
Take one Up Spring Alpha Omega soften daily. Can be taken when trying to conceive, or during pregnancy and while breastfeeding to help support fetal brain development.*
Alpha GPC Choline for Baby’s Brain
Choline is a critical nutrient during pregnancy, since it is required for healthy fetal brain development.* Pregnancy can deplete maternal choline levels and the amount a pregnant mother gets can influence her baby’s future learning, cognitive function, and memory.* Research suggests that insufficient choline can have negative, lifelong effects on brain function. The adequate intake (AI) for pregnant women for choline is 480 mg. (Lactating moms need even more; their AI is set at 520 mg. Research shows that babies who breastfeed exclusively for 6 months get 120 mg per day from their mothers’ milk.)
Alpha GPC is a potent source of highly bioavailable choline.* It provides more choline than phosphatidylcholine or soy lecithin, two more common forms of this nutrient. The choline in Alpha GPC penetrates the blood-brain barrier to nourish baby’s rapidly developing brain.* Alpha GPC is in phospholipid form, the same type of phospholipid that is a major component of cell membranes. This makes it easy for the body to recognize, and is thus more absorbable.* In addition, it amplifies the amount of omega-3 absorbed by the body.*
Alpha GPC has only become available for inclusion in supplement formulas very recently. When it comes to brain health, Alpha GPC is a game-changer, because not only does it cross the blood-brain barrier to help nourish the rapidly developing fetal brain, but it also boosts absorption of omega-3 DHA.
UpSpring Alpha Omega gives you a great start on your daily choline requirement. You get 100 mg Alpha GPC per day in each softgel. Choline is another one of those nutrients like iron that is fairly easy to get in food. If you’re eating well and choosing choline-rich foods every day (such as eggs, shrimp, cod, salmon, beef, dairy products, certain legumes, and cruciferous veggies) you should have no trouble getting the recommended adequate intake.