Premium quality omega-3 fish oil processed with dual supercritical CO2 extraction technology Exclusive extraction technology provides (clean) highly pure omega-3s in the triglyceride form Ultra-concentrated 92% fish oil is free of saturated fat, other fish oils are comprised of two-thirds saturated fat Just one softgel taken once daily delivers 1,100 mg of omega-3s and 250% daily value of vitamin D3 Ideal support for heart, brain, mood, and immune health Refreshing orange flavor with no fishy aftertaste In-house and third-party tested to ensure remarkably low oxidation levels Third-party purity testing guarantees undetectable levels of dioxins, pesticides, and heavy metals (e.g., mercury) Latest research (e.g., 11 clinical studies) used to formulate scientifically-supported ratios of EPA and DHA for unmatched health benefits Fish sourced from sustainably managed waters This extracted fish oil is the only one in the world to receive EMAS (Eco-Management and Audit Scheme) status-a highly stringent European standard Carbonfree Certified Non-GMO Free of artificial sweeteners, synthetic ingredients, flavors, colors, and chemicals
Ingredients Concern: None
Cons: Some people may experience stomach discomfort after consuming fish oil.
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Omega-3 fatty acids from anchovies, sardines, and mackerel contain cannabinoids that reinforce healthy inflammatory responses . Healthy levels of omega fatty acids support cognitive functions such as memory, focus, and motivation, as well as enhanced physical and mental energy, while low omega fatty acid levels are linked to mental fatigue [2, 3].
Fish such as anchovies, sardines, and mackerel are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which support heart health and promote optimal cholesterol levels by heightening natural antioxidant activity that targets cell damage due to free radicals [3, 4]. Fish oil is also an excellent source of vitamin D that boosts immune system strength, promotes optimal mental performance, strengthens bones and muscles, enhances skin health, and encourages healthy cell growth [3-8]. In addition, fish oil contains vitamin A that supports natural cell rejuvenation [8, 9].
Research has consistently demonstrated the importance of vitamin D3 supplementation for the development and growth of strong muscles and bones as well as enhanced immunity .
Heightened brain, heart, immune, and mood health [1-8]; Enhanced overall wellbeing [1-9]
Triglyceride forms of omega-3 fatty acids help target abnormal inflammatory responses, enhance heart health, and also lessen the incidence of cell damage that can lead to abnormal cell growth [4-6]. The triglyceride form is the most natural type and it is easily absorbed. The body cannot produce these types of essential acids on its own.
In addition, omega fatty acids have nerve rejuvenating properties and antioxidant activity that targets invaders that may damage brain cells [7, 8]. Furthermore, fish such as anchovies, sardines, and mackerel are excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids that help lower unhealthy triglyceride and LDL (bad) cholesterol levels .
The vitamin A and D in fish oil helps boosts the circulation of oxygen and nutrients that promote continuous cell rejuvenation as well as heightened immune system function [7-9]. Furthermore, fish oil contains large amounts of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), which are essential fatty acids that boost the health of cell throughout the body (e.g., brain, heart) by targeting harmful invaders that may damage cells [3, 4]. These benefits are attributed to the antioxidant, circulation-enhancing, and inflammatory pathway-influencing properties [2, 3].
Research shows that the combination of omega-3s with D3, which is the most active form of vitamin D, is more beneficial toward enhancing health that supplementation with vitamin D3 alone .
Key Ingredients: Total omega-3 fatty acids 1,100 mg [1.1g]: (EPA 756 mg; DHA 228 mg; other omega-3s 96 mg)
All Ingredients: Deep-sea fish oil (anchovy, sardine, mackerel), Bovine gelatin, Vegetable glycerin, Natural orange flavor, Rosemary extract, Natural non-GMO mixed tocopherols (antioxidant). Contains: Fish, Soy.
Adults take 1 softgel per day with water. Best taken with food. Not intended for children.
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