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BioDHA BioPlus Life Sciences Pvt Ltd. BioDHA is an algal DHA produced from microalgae schizochytrium. Although fish oil is well known for having a high content of EPA and DHA, microalgae such as zooplankton and phytoplankton are the original source of DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids. BioDHA o...展开 BioDHA is an algal DHA produced from microalgae schizochytrium. Although fish oil is well known for having a high content of EPA and DHA, microalgae such as zooplankton and phytoplankton are the original source of DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids. BioDHA oil and microencapsulated powder can be appropriately used for fortifying variety of foods. Typical applications include in bakery products, dairy, beverages, cereals, protein mixes, dry blends, etc. 收起
Dill Seeds Herbs India, Tuticorin Dill Seeds are obtained from the Anethum Sowa plant and have a characteristic dill aroma and flavor. They can be used for flavoring pickles, curries, soups, salads, tea, and confectionery.
Maize Bio Grains Maize is the seeds or kernals of the corn plant which are sun dried whole. It can be used in corn flakes, polentas, and many other snacks.
Safflower Seeds Bio Grains Safflower Seeds are procured from the safflower plant which is grown in north of Argentina. This product provides a high linoleic acid content. It can be made into oil for cooking and used on salads.
Soybeans Bio Grains Soybeans are the seeds of the soybean plant which is a species of legume. It has high amounts of protein and phytic acid. Soybeans can be used to make cooking oil, and many health foods such as nutrition bars.
Sunflower Seeds Bio Grains Sunflower Seeds are the fruit of the sunflower which is high in vitamin E and linoleic acid. This product can be used to make sunflower oil and can be eaten raw on salads.
Wheat Bio Grains Wheat is produced by milling the seeds of wheat crops and is light brown in color. This product has very high amounts of protein and a high mineral content. Wheat can be used in breads, biscuits, cookies, cakes, breakfast cereal, pasta, noodles, and beer.