Vegans, non-fish oil alternatives exist!
Deva Vegan DHA & EPA - Delayed Release
Deva, the all vegan supplement company, premium omega 3 supplement contains DHA and EPA derived from a completely vegetarian source (algae). It's 100% vegan, registered by the Vegan Society. Omega Form: Triglyceride (What's better?)
- 400mg of Microalgae Oil
- 200 mg of total DHA +EPA (120-140mg DHA, 60-80mg EPA)
- Free of yeast, wheat, gluten, dairy, egg, fish, animal products or derivatives.
- Vegan certified
- No fish, no gelatin
- Capsules are delayed release designed to help aftertaste
- Gel caps are made of cellulose which is a type of fiber which is really good for digestion and blocking the absorption of cholesterol not of carageenan
- Produced without using a hexane - an extraction solvent associated with dizziness, giddiness, slight nausea, and headache in humans.
- DHA is sustainable, vegetarian and from non-GMO organisms. In addition, they are free of ocean-borne contaminants and do not contribute to overfishing.
- DEVA Products are manufactured at GMP certified and, FDA regulated facilities to achieve high quality.
- Made in the USA from domestic and imported ingredients
Ingredients Concern:¬† None (previous versions contained carageenan, but it has been taken out)
Cons: Has less DHA than other brands like Nordic Naturals Algae Omega
Note that some of Deva omega products contain carageenan - this one does not.
Key Ingredients: 400 mg of Microalgae Oil;200 mg of total DHA-EPA with 120 to 140 mg DHA and 60 to 80 mg EPA
All Ingredients: Vegan Capsule (cellulose), High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Organic Orange Oil, Mixed Tocopherols, Silica, Sunflower Lecithin, Rosemary Extract, Ascorbyl Palmitate (All of the ingredients are from non-animal sources)
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