brain - heart - choline - DHA - Vitamin D - EPA - Omega 3
Herring roe has nutrients that are particularly important for the body. For example, the oil has a high content of phospholipid-based DHA, which, through a very large amount of studies, is very well documented for many areas. Intake of, among other things, this fatty acid is essential in order to maintain the normal function of the brain and heart. The oil also mixes with water, which makes the absorption of the body particularly effective. Intake of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) contributes to normal visual development in infants up to 12 months old. Mother's intake of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) contributes to normal development of the eyes of fetuses and nursing infants and contributes to normal brain development in fetuses and nursing infants.
Choline contributes to normal homocysteine turnover, normal lipid turnover, maintains normal liver function, brain function and normal vision.
EPA and DHA contribute to the normal function of the heart