EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) contribute to normal heart function (for a daily intake of 250 mg). A daily intake of at least 100 mg of DHA contributes to the normal development of the eyes of infants up to the age of 12 months. DHA contributes to the normal development of the brain and helps to maintain normal vision (for a daily intake of 250 mg). Vitamins A and D contribute to the functioning of the immune system. Vitamin A contributes to normal vision and helps maintain normal skin and mucous membranes. Vitamin D plays a role in the process of cell division while vitamin A plays a role in the process of cell specialisation. Vitamins D and K contribute to the maintenance of bones. Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of healthy teeth and normal muscle function. Vitamin E helps protect cells against oxidative stress. Vitamin K contributes to blood clotting.
|Nutrients||Per 5 ml||% Reference Intake|
|Vitamin A||160 µg||20%|
|Vitamin D||10 µg||200%|
|Vitamin E||6 mg||50%|
|Vitamin K||15 µg||20%|