Ocean Bright® Super DHA 100


DHA can be obtained from fish oil by taking various kinds of fish products, but the DHA content and quality can vary. 
Only Ocean Bright® Super DHA 100 extracts 100% pure DHA mainly from the eye socket of fish in Makurazaki Japan, where has an abundant source of deep sea fish. 

Health functions:
  • Improves brain function
  • Enhance memory
  • Anti-aging
  • Improves visual acuity 

DHA 100 is produced and processed from the reputable Nissan group in Japan. Nissan Chemical Industries Ltd. in Japan is a pioneer in specialty materials. Raw materials are carefully selected and the manufacturing process is strictly managed.

What is DHA?

DHA is a type of unsaturated fatty acid that is widely distributed throughout the human body and is one of the most important elements for staying healthy. This kind of unsaturated fatty acid is also called “Essential fatty acid” or “Necessary fatty acid”. The reason it is called “Essential fatty acid” or “Necessary fatty acid” is because the human body cannot produce this kind of fatty acid; it has to be taken from the daily diet.

DHA can be obtained from fish oil by taking various kinds of fish products. However, we all know that our lifestyles have become unbalanced ones in recent times. One of the most serious problems stemming from such unbalanced life styles is that the fatty acid balance falls into disorder.

Ocean Bright® Super 100 is extracted and purified from the fish eye socket.

It consists of 272 mg DHA per soft gel.
The recommended dosage is 1~3 soft gels per day.


What is DHA?

A: DHA, docosahexaenoic acid, an omega-3 fatty acids. DHA is found throughout the body and are most abundant in your brain, eyes and heart. 60% of your brain is fat, and DHA is the primary structural fat in both the brain and retina.


Why is DHA important?

A: DHA is important for optimal brain and eye development in infants and has been proven to support brain, eye and heart health throughout life.


Are there any side effects from too much Ocean Bright® Super DHA 100?

A: Eating too much fish oil can cause oily bowel movements.