Frequently Asked Questions

Why do we need to take Omega 3's?
Support/FAQ

Essential fatty acids (EFAs) are polyunsaturated fats that our bodies need but cannot produce. Therefore, they must be consumed through food or supplements. The most beneficial omega-3s that we’re missing are EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). Purified fish oil is the best direct source of EPA and DHA.

Omega-3 Benefits
Clinical studies have shown that diets high in consumption of fish oil containing EPA and DHA Omega-3 fatty acids can help promote a healthier cardiovascular system.
It also helps to support a healthy heart, healthy skin, promotes brain development and eye health.

Can we get enough Omega 3 from the food we eat?

Fish is the primary food source of the omega-3s EPA and DHA, but Americans simply don’t eat enough fish on a regular basis. Even those who eat fish several times a week aren’t getting enough EPA and DHA because much of the fish consumed today is farm raised and lacks significant amounts of EPA and DHA.

What is the Source of the Fish Oil in Super Fish Oil?

The Super Fish Oil is produced using cold water anchovies harvested off the coast of Peru.

 

What is the difference between Fish Oil and Krill Oil?

Recently, some companies have started selling krill oil supplements as a source of omega-3. Krill are shrimp-like crustaceans that are a crucial link of the marine food chain, and concerns about the ecological impact of increased fishing of krill has resulted in krill fishing being banned on the West Coast of the US and strictly limited in Norway and Antarctica. In contrast, fish oil supplements are predominantly produced from sardines and anchovies—species that are currently in abundant supply, fished well below mandated limits, and are considered ideal for sustainability, given their short reproductive cycles. Fish oil is not only a more sustainable source for omega-3 supplements, however—it also generally provides a higher concentration of omega-3, is much more stable, and is backed by much more science than krill oil. To date, there are only 3 published human studies conducted with krill oil, whereas fish oil—when manufactured according to international quality standards—has a proven record of efficacy, purity, safety, and sustainability that is backed by several thousand published studies.

Can I take SuperFish Oil while pregnant?
Posted on 04. Dec, 2015 by admin

Yes! Omega-3 oil can also be used by pregnant women and nursing mothers. In utero and early childhood, clinical studies suggest that omega-3 oil improves motor coordination.

 

Super Fish Oil

$19.99
100 Capsules
(3 month supply)

FORMULATION
Each softgel capsule contains: Fish Oil - 500mg.
Providing Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) 165mg and
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) 110mg.

FREE FROM
No added artificial flavours, colours or preservatives, salt, wheat, soy, dairy and yeast.