DHA Oil - HSF Nutra

Extraction Method: Fermentation from Algal 

Fermtek™ DHA oil

  • Product Name: Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)(omega 3)
  • Source: Algal
  • Extraction Method: Fermentation
  • Molecular Formula: C22H32O2
  • CAS No.: 6217-54-5
  • State: Solid
  • Molecular Weight: 54g/mol
  • Melting Point: −44 °C (−47 °F; 229 K)
  • Appearance: Light yellow to orange oil
  • Shelf Life: Stored in its unopened original packaging at frozen conditions (-18 °C) the product is stable for at least 24 months.
  • Package: 20Kg, 190Kg steel drum
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Fermtek™ DHA oil DHA oil

HSF’s FermAlge™ Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) Algal Oil is obtained from micro-algae, Schizochytrium sp., in an aqueous-based, chemical-free process.

We are offering algae-based DHA in both liquid and powder form.

  • DHA Algal Oil, 40-60%
  • DHA Algal Oil Powder, 5-20%

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3 fatty acid essential for brain development during pregnancy and early infant. It is also related to improved heart health, better vision, and reduced inflammatory response.

We use bio-fermentation technique to ferment the seaweed and it is extracted using a solvent-free process, 100% natural source and freshness to ensure the highest quality.

FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil
FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil
FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil
FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil
FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil Powder
FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil Powder
FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil Powder
FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil Powder
FermAlge™ DHA Algal Oil Powder
APPEARANCE
Light yellow to orange oil
Light yellow to orange oil
Light yellow to orange oil
Light yellow to orange oil
Free-flowing powder
Free-flowing powder
Free-flowing powder
Free-flowing powder
Free-flowing powder
CONTENT
40-60%
40-60%
40-60%
40-60%
5% | 10% | 20%
5% | 10% | 20%
5% | 10% | 20%
5% | 10% | 20%
5% | 10% | 20%
CONTENT
Soft capsule
Functional food
Pharmaceuticals
Animal feed
Solid beverage
Dietary supplement
Functional food
Pharmaceuticals
Animal feed
CONTENT
Non-GMO algal oil
Vegan/Vegetarian
Allergen free
Clean label
Non-GMO algal oil
Vegan/Vegetarian
Allergen free
Clean label
Kosher
Halal
IP NON-GMO
CGMP
FSSC22000
ISO9001
Intertek-ISO-27001-1

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Why HSF’s FermAlge™ DHA oil

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State-of-the-Art Facility

Independent fermentation and extracting production lines and fully-controlled fermentation and extracting process

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Strong Background in R&D

Vast varieties and registered strains bank.

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Wide Product Ranges

With independent spray-drying production line, we are supplying DHA both in oil and powder with wide specifications, so to meet your demands for different applications.

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Environment-friendly and Sustainable Production

Our DHA Algal Oil are obtained from marine algae in an aqueous-based, chemical-free process, ensuring the whole production process environment-friendly and sustainable.

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Strict Quality Control and Assurance

We provide test reports from our own lab and third-labs to ensure the stable quality of the products.

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Tailor-Made Service and Technical Supports

We support our customers with customized service and technical services, to build mutual benefit and win-win business relationship.

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Global Recognized Certifications

All our products are manufactured complying with ISO9001, FSSC22000, cGMP, and are certified by IP(NON-GMO), Kosher and Halal.

Applications of FermAlge™ DHA oil

Food Applications

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids: required for human health and obtained primarily from diet. Omega-3 fatty acids are a group of polyunsaturated fatty acids that are important for a number of bodily functions, including muscle activity, blood clotting, digestion, fertility, cell division and growth, and reducing inflammation.

There is a wide range of the applications of microalgae as the sources of Omega-3 fatty acids, such as infant formulae, nutraceuticals, dietary supplements, pharmaceuticals, foods, and beverages. Certain algae are natural sources of DHA and EPA. While most people believe that fish produce their own DHA and EPA. In fact, it’s the algae in their food chain that makes them a rich source of these omega-3s. DHA, and is added to the vast majority of infant nutrition products sold in the US.

Uses of DHA in food are LEGALLY approved by FDA and in EU.

  • DHA-rich oil from micro-algae Schizochytrium sp. has been granted as Novel Food in the EU market.
  • On October 19, 2020, the European Food Safety Authority’s scientific panel delivered an opinion on the “Safety of Schizochytrium sp. oil as a novel food (NF) pursuant to Regulation (EU) 2015/2283” following request from the European Commission.
  • U.S. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) announced that eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic (DHA) omega-3 fatty acids in food or dietary supplements standard for a qualified health claim in the labeling of conventional foods and dietary supplements.

Pet Food, Equine & Aquarium

Like humans, pets need omega-3 fatty acids, which they get from their diet to avoid skin itchy or their coat is dull.

Omega-3 fatty acids are important to support your pet’s immune function, muscle recovery, and joint and heart health. If your dog has dry or flaky skin, hot spots, or a dull, they would get benefit from the addition of omega-3 fatty acids to their diet.

Omega-3 supplementation has been shown to prevent tying up in horses that have a history of exertional rhabdomyolysis.

DHA also support healthy joints and minimize stress responses related to transport. Supplementing with omega-3’s is especially recommended for heavily-worked horses or those in competition.

DHA are widely used for aquarium. Enriching to fish with DHA has numerous beneficial effects. This special ingredient also help prevent fish skin allergies and keep colourful.

Things You Need to Know  About FermAlge™ DHA oil

What’s the difference between fish oil DHA and algae DHA oil?

 Algae Oil vs. Fish Oil – Production & Sustainability

One of the reasons for the use of microalage has a knock- on effect on decrease of some fish species. This has also caused the price to increase, which made fish oil costly. In this view, there is a need to look for sustainable and safe sources of omega-3 DHA. Algal oil production is more accessible and more environmentally friendly, giving higher yields than fish oil production.

Algae Oil vs. Fish Oil – Taste & Odor

One of the main advantages of microalgae over fish oil is the lack of unpleasant odor. And as compared to fish oils, algal oils have a neutral taste. Because of these reasons, algal oil quickly gained general acceptability in the market. Nevertheless, a few fish oil brands have produced Omega-3 supplementation with a neutral taste and smell.

Algae Oil vs. Fish Oil – Quality

The processing can affect the quality of Omega-3 fatty acids. According to research, fish oils from processed fish oils, refined triglycerides, or those with ethyl esters are not well-absorbed by the body compared to conventional fish oils. Furthermore, we must be careful in choosing fish oil brands for these reasons:

Some brands have been reported to contain heavy metals, antibiotics, and other contaminants that may pose a serious safety concern to consumers.

Some fish oils contain environmental pollutants such as dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT), dioxins, and polychlorinated biphenyls that have been found in fish oil.

This is why most discourage the use of fish oil. In terms of Algal oils, it has been deemed safe in industry, same bioavailability as Omega-3 fish oils, and has even been used by infant formula brands as their source of DHA & EPA. (Source: ScienceDirect)

Microalgae, the source of algal oils, are particularly interesting as a source of nutraceuticals because algae can produce a number of biomolecules with bioactive properties, such as beta carotene, lutein, astaxanthin, chlorophyll, phycobiliprotein, and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are helpful for human and animal health and development (Source: ScienceDirect).

How to get DHA?

Fish First

Low in calories and saturated fat, and high in protein, vitamin D and omega-3s, fish can be an excellent source of nutrition for a developing baby and highly beneficial to expectant mothers. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends eating 8 to 12 ounces a week of a variety of seafood that’s low in methylmercury while you’re pregnant or nursing a baby.

Consistently safe options like salmon, trout and herring can be eaten 2-3 times per week and are not only low in mercury but also high in omega-3s, which are shown to be especially important for baby’s cognitive development. White or albacore canned tuna is also a good source of DHA, but should only be eaten once per week due to a slightly higher mercury content.

While many fish prove to be an excellent source of DHA, the FDA advises women of childbearing age to steer clear of high-mercury species like swordfish, shark, king mackerel, and tilefish, which, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can be detrimental to a baby’s brain development, vision, cognition and motor skills.

Algal DHA Supplements

Vegan, vegetarian, or just don’t love the taste of fish? Algae is a great plant-based solution to getting your omega-3s. While consuming oily fish was once thought to be the only way to get adequate amounts of DHA and EPA, an omega-3 similar to DHA. It’s now known that fish don’t naturally produce these omega-3s and only have high levels of them because of their algae-rich diet.

In recent years, DHA has been successfully obtained from algae, which has opened up new opportunities for Vegan and Vegetarian Omega-3 supplements like Nordic Naturals Algae Omega and Vegetology Opti3 Omega-3 EPA & DHA. And research shows, such options can be extremely effective in meeting one’s DHA requirements.

Fish Oil Supplements

When it comes to how to pick your fish oil supplement, the key is to choose one that provides at least 200 mg of DHA per serving, to be sure that both mom and baby are properly supported. Taking up to 1000 mg DHA per day has been shown to be safe.

One fish oil supplement to consider is this prenatal offering from Wiley’s Finest. It contains well over the recommended amount of 200 mg DHA, as well as EPA.

Eggs

Packed with protein, vitamins and minerals essential to a healthy pregnancy, the incredible edible egg can also be fortified with two different omega-3 fatty acids: DHA and ALA (an omega-3 found in plant sources like flax).

Some companies add fish oil to the chicken’s feed to further increase the DHA content of egg, like Phil’s Cage Free brand, which offers 150 mg of DHA per serving and 350 mg of omega-3 per egg. (By comparison, the USDA Nutrient Database lists a standard large egg as containing 18 mg ALA and 29 mg DHA).

Also, be sure to eat the whole egg when you buy omega-3 eggs — all the omega-3s are in the yolk!

Fortified Milk

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, pregnant women should consume three cups of milk each day for calcium, protein, and vitamin D to ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy.

And since DHA is to brains what calcium is to bones, moms-to-be can get the best of both worlds by drinking a fortified milk like Horizon Organic or Fairlife. DHA, calcium and vitamin D stores in baby are based entirely on what they get while in the womb. So, it’s essential to a newborn’s health that the mother gets enough of these nutrients while pregnant.

*The amount of DHA in fortified milks and eggs is relatively low per serving, so they should always be consumed in addition to whatever diet or supplementation strategy an expectant mother is already following.

How does DHA support human brain development and protect neurological function??

The DHA fraction of omega-3 fatty acids has been shown to provide wide-ranging benefits for infant and adult brains. In addition to improving cognitive performance, researchers have found that DHA can play an important role in reducing the symptoms of depression, anxiety disorders, and anger.

One of the major building blocks of the brain, the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is critical for optimal brain health and function at all ages of life. Researchers are now finding that DHA provides brain-boosting benefits in infants and aging adults.

Recognizing DHA’s crucial role in neurological and visual development in infants, manufacturers are rushing to incorporate DHA into infant formulas and baby foods.

Similarly, adults seeking to stave off psychiatric and neurological ailments such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and Alzheimer’s disease are now paying careful attention to their DHA intake. Here, we’ll discuss DHA’s integral role in ensuring optimal cognitive and neurological health.

Scientifically reviewed by: Dr. Gary Gonzalez, MD, in January 2021. Written by: Russell L. Blaylock, MD.

 

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