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Vegan Omega 3

The Veggie Omega
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Omega-3 fatty acids are important, but where does that leave vegans and vegetarians if they are sourced from fish oil? Our fish-free omega-3 is for everybody and comes from nutrient-rich algae.

$15 per month
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Our Product

Designed with you in mind − our formula is 100% vegan with lower risks of heavy metal toxicity compared to fish oil, and is produced under the strictest quality control.

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Pure Algae
We screen for toxins and heavy metals to ensure the purity and safety of our algae.
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100% vegan
We created our capsule without animal sources so everyone can take it.
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Easier on you
No fishy aftertaste or embarrassing fish burps.
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Free from additives
No nonsense. Everything you need and nothing you don’t.

Benefits

Our bodies can naturally produce fats on their own except for Omega-3s, which are necessary for most bodily functions. We especially need EPA and DHA, which are normally only found in fatty fish. Our vegan formula comes right from the source − fish get their omega-3 fatty acid intake from eating algae.

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Supports heart health*

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Your heart is far too precious − don’t put it at risk. Omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA, specifically) may promote heart health.

Research

-Omega-3 fatty acids shown to be effective at lowering levels of triglycerides and other blood fats.

Backes, J., Anzalone, D., Hilleman, D. and Catini, J. (2018). The clinical relevance of omega-3 fatty acids in the management of hypertriglyceridemia.

 

Your heart is far too precious − don’t put it at risk. Omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA, specifically) may promote heart health.

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Supports eye health*

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Omega 3 fatty acids are the building blocks of our retinas and occur naturally in the body but cannot be naturally synthesised. Our retinas tend to degrade with age which is why maintaining the right levels of Omega-3 fatty acids is so important for long term eye health.

Research

-Omega 3 and retina health.

Querques, G., Forte, R. and Souied, E. (2019). Retina and Omega-3.

Omega 3 fatty acids are the building blocks of our retinas and occur naturally in the body but cannot be naturally synthesised. Our retinas tend to degrade with age which is why maintaining the right levels of Omega-3 fatty acids is so important for long term eye health.

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Supports your skin*

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Our skin relies on DHA and Omega-3 fatty acids to better retain moisture and stay hydrated.

Research

-Omega 3 shown to have a role in maintaining normal skin health.

Kendall, A., Kiezel-Tsugunova, M., Brownbridge, L., Harwood, J. and Nicolaou, A. (2018). Lipid functions in skin: Differential effects of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids on cutaneous ceramides, in a human skin organ culture model.

Our skin relies on DHA and Omega-3 fatty acids to better retain moisture and stay hydrated.

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Supports your cognitive function*

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Our brain tissue is made up of about 60% DHA, which means it’s essential for maintaining proper brain function. Studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids are especially key for healthy synapse formation − and even for babies’ brains to develop in the womb and during breastfeeding.

Research

-Omega-3 fatty acids shown to be important for brain development during both the fetal and postnatal periods.

Chang CY, e. (2018). Essential fatty acids and human brain. - PubMed - NCBI.

-Omega-3 fatty acids shown to improve cognitive performance in young adults.

Bauer I, e. (2018). Omega-3 supplementation improves cognition and modifies brain activation in young adults. - PubMed - NCBI.

Our brain tissue is made up of about 60% DHA, which means it’s essential for maintaining proper brain function. Studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids are especially key for healthy synapse formation − and even for babies’ brains to develop in the womb and during breastfeeding.

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Dosage

500 mg/day

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vegan, liquid

Allergens

None

Found in

Flax seeds (Omega 3s), Natto (Omega 3s), Sunflower seeds (EPA), Wakame (EPA)

How to take

1 capsule per day along with food. Better to take vegan omega 3 in the morning with plenty of water

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FAQ

Recommendations for omega-3 fatty acids vary by condition however studies suggest that 250-500mg/day of DHA + EPA offers benefits. Our vegan omega-3 contains 200mg mg of DHA.

So far there is no consensus in the research on the ideal ratio of EPA to DHA. Both forms have their individual benefits for our health. For example, EPA helps prevent clotting and swelling, and DHA is essential for brain and nervous system development, but also assists with blood thinning.

Omega-3 fatty acids are actually beneficial for the healthy development of your baby, and generally safe for both pregnant and nursing women. DHA plays an important role in fetal neurological development and may help protect against birth complications as well. Our vegan Omega-3 is sourced from algae which means that it contains virtually no methyl mercury.

Omega-3s are essential fatty acids, which means that our body cannot make them and we have to get them from the diet. They help fight off inflammation and support health, brain and joint health, among other things. Omega-3 fatty acids are found naturally in fatty fish, algae, walnuts, and flaxseeds. EPA and DHA are two different types of omega-3s that appear to be particularly good at tackling inflammation. Omega-6 fatty acids are also essential, but the modern western diet contains more than necessary. Omega-6 fats are found in a variety of foods including vegetable oils, nuts and seeds. Although omega-6s have been dubbed as ‘pro-inflammatory’, it appears that the ratio of omega-6 intake to omega-3 is more important for health.

Algal omega-3s are generally well tolerated, however, some people may experience bloating, nausea or diarrhea. If you are taking blood-thinning medication you should consult your doctor before taking omega-3 fatty acids.

Being deficient in essential fatty acids such as omega-3s can present in various ways. Common signs include dry and rough skin, lifeless or brittle hair and nails and other physical symptoms such as impaired visual, neurological or immune function.

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