The Omega 3s are essential polyunsaturated fatty acids. The human body can not synthesize the Omega 3s from other substances, so you must get these important nutrients from the foods you eat and supplements you consume. EPA and DHA are the most important, long-chain Omega 3s. EPA and DHA are naturally found in marine sources, including fatty fish – salmon, tuna, mackerel, herring – shellfish, and marine algae.

Omega 3s and specifically EPA and DHA, are involved in the structure and function of cells in your body – from your head to your toes. There are more than 30,000 published studies on EPA and DHA Omega 3s, focused on the positive impact that the high consumption of Omega 3s has for the health of the heart, brain and eye.

Build on a healthy lifestyle by increasing your consumption of Omega 3s concentrates.
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