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How to ensure functional levels of EPA and DHA using sources as fish oil and algae DHA

December 14 2022 - Blog

An omega-3 label claim does not necessarily mean a healthy diet – if only the short-chain omega-3 fatty acid ALA is provided. The conversion ratio of ALA to the long-chain omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA is too low to achieve full health benefits for cats or dogs. The most efficient way for the pet food industry to ensure functional levels of EPA and DHA is to use sources that are naturally rich in these omega-3 fatty acids, such as fish oil or algae DHA. 

Our whitepapers explain all you need to know about these ingredients as a functional source of omega-3s and their health benefits for pet food applications. 

Read our whitepaper about  fish oil


our whitepaper about algae DHA.  

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