Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid, which plays many important roles in heart health. It is not synthesized by the body and therefore must be obtained from dietary sources. To maximize EPA and DHA in the body, both fats should be consumed in their “converted” forms, such as in fish or microalgae oil, as the body is inefficient at converting other plant-based omega-3 fats into the longer chain fatty acids, EPA and DHA . EPA is the anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acid associated with downregulating the cytokines, which contribute to chronic inflammation, heart disease, neurological diseases and joint pain.
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient, best known for its role in aiding with calcium absorption in the digestive system and promoting bone formation. With such a range of effects on health, getting an adequate amount of vitamin D is essential for people of all ages, particularly during the winter. It is particularly important for the elderly and children, and for people with chronic diseases. Vitamin D3 is the most effective form of supplemental vitamin D compared to vitamin D2.
- Supports healthy bones and brain function
- Promotes energy and supports healthy neuron function
- Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid that has an important role in brain health
- Helps support immune function and aids in the prevention of vitamin D deficiency
- Helps support cardiovascular function
Fish Oil - 1,000 mg
— EPA180 mg
— DHA120 mg
— Total Omega 3300 mg
Vitamin D— Cholecalciferol - 25 ug
natural lemon flavor, medium chain triglycerides, lecithin, gelatin, glycerin, water.
Take 1 softgel daily, or as directed by a health care practitioner. Do not open softgels, as this may compromise the stability of the medicinal ingredients.
Contains fish and soy.