FOR THE HEALTH CONSCIOUS . . .
FATTY ACIDS FOR INTERNAL HEALTH
OMEGA 3 (60 Servings): There has been an abundant amount of research and studies conducted on the benefits of fatty acids we get from fish oil and how it can positively impact our health. These are essential for improving:
- Support your cardiovascular system.*
- Support overall brain function.*
- Assist with Joint support.*
- Immune System support.
We source all natural and clean forms of fatty acids for our fish oil. We coat it with lemon flavoring to eliminate any fishy aftertaste.
Support brain function and mental clarity*
Improved joint support*
Improved immune system*
Lemon flavored to avoid nasty aftertaste.*
All products manufactured in USA and 3rd party tested for consumer safety.*
HIGH CONCENTRATION OF EPA & DHA
EPA & DHA vs. ALA
For Omega 3s, you can find ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), an essential short chain fatty acid. These are found in many vegetables or plant like products. While it is an essential form, it needs to convert to EPA and DHA which makes it not as effective. Plus you would need to consume a large amount of ALA to get the same benefits of a much smaller dose of EPA or DHA.*
EPA, or eicosapentaenoic acid, and DHA, which stands for docosahexaenoic acid, are both long-chain omega 3 fatty acids.
They can be created in the body from ALA or absorbed dietarily by eating fish or algae (but fish get their omega 3s from algae so let’s just skip the sushi altogether).
Generally speaking, EPA supports the heart, immune system, and inflammatory response while DHA strengthens the brain, eyes, and central nervous system.*
While ALA is technically the only “essential” omega 3 (in that we’re unable to produce it within our bodies), DHA and EPA are the biologically active forms of the Omega 3 fatty acid and, therefore, more important for your health in the long run.
THE MORE YOU KNOW . . .
OMEGA 3 FACTS
- Our brains are made up of 60% fat by dry weight.
Of those fats, omega 3s are the most important for ensuring good brain function and structural integrity. DHA makes up 97% of those omega 3s.
Your brain is literally 58% DHA, but your body is only converting it at a rate of 1.9%.
But taking even just 200mg of Omega 3 DHA a day has been shown in some studies to lower the risk of heart attack by 50%(grandma was onto something).
And EPA? Well, EPA prevents inflammation by inhibiting synthesis of the molecules responsible for the inflammation in the first place.
And, as we now know, inflammation may be responsible for a whole host of diseases including, but not limited to, stroke, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, eczema, and Crohn’s.
HOW MANY SERVINGS
As a dietary supplement, take one (1) softgel capsule, 2-3 times daily with meals.
For use by healthy adults only, not recommended for persons under the age of 18. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Individuals should not consume other caffeinated products in conjunction with this product. Seek advice from a healthcare professional before taking if you have any preexisting medical condition to ensure it is safe to take this product. In case of accidental overdose, contact a poison control center immediately. Avoid alcohol and prescription stimulants while taking this product. Exceeding recommended serving will not improve results and may cause serious adverse health effects. Discontinue use and contact a licensed healthcare professional immediately if you experience an unusually rapid heartbeat, dizziness, severe headache, or shortness of breath. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
60 softgel capsules per container.
STILL HAVE QUESTIONS
WHAT IS FISH OIL COMPRISED OF?
Fish Oil is comprised of: EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid), DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid), and OMEGA 3 fatty acids. They are all natural and a good source of healthy fats.
I HEARD IT MAKES YOUR BREATH STINK.
We flavor our Omega formula with Lemon flavor to imrpove after taste and eliminate fishy burps that some people experience.*
WHEN SHOULD I TAKE FISH OIL?
You should take fish oil 2-3 times a day with food. I would recommend stacking it with CLAs to utilize the fatty acids as sources of energy.