Fish oil in pregnancy may not boost b...

Fish oil in pregnancy may not boost babies' vision

There are 3 comments on the WNFL-AM Green Bay story from May 26, 2011, titled Fish oil in pregnancy may not boost babies' vision. In it, WNFL-AM Green Bay reports that:

Expectant moms who take fish oil supplements may not be doing much to sharpen their babies' vision, a new study suggests.

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Sigmund

Adelaide, Australia

#1 May 26, 2011
Fish oil, as we all know must be extracted from the udders of a mongolian hairball who prefers classical funk music over neo-jazz pop. To perform such a procedure requires fantastic vision, and yes i certainly agree that babies are flower-smelling communists who plan to indoctrinate their idealogies to the scholar chickens of Harvard. Back to the point, when in the felopian tubes the babies do not need fish oil to enhance vision, but rather 17 and a half sheets of jamacian raggae music with a large red smudge in the bottom top corner.
Boners indian

Australia

#2 May 27, 2011
My fish is massive

Since: Jun 11

Bulacan, Philippines

#3 Jun 13, 2011
I think its depend on the people who've taking/consuming fish oil. I know on that aspect, it needs an accurate amount of fish oil to be able to meet the benefits like babies vision. There's a lot of source of fish oil. I've read a lot of testimonials of the mother about how effective the fish oil in babies vision. Most of them take omega 3 supplements (high recommended source of fish oil). Like what my sister did in her first baby. She takes an omega 3 supplement from Maxalife, and i think it was effective on her 1st baby to achieve the great benefits of fish oil.

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