Discover the Many Health Benefits of Omega 3 Fish Oil With Our Pharmaceutical Grade Supplement!
Very few substances can come close to matching the health benefits produced by the Omega-3 Fatty Acids found in fish oil.
With over 10,000 clinical trials, Omega-3 fish oil is one of the most researched substances in modern medicine.
Many of the Omega-3 products available today do not contain enough EPA and DHA. Ours contains 800 mg of EPA and 400 mg DHA of high quality deep Alaskan Pollock oil per serving.
Many others are filled with plant oils that must be converted by the body to create DHA. Certain other Omega-3 products may contain fish pollutants such as mercury. Please check the ingredients list before you buy. You need an Omega-3 supplement you can trust.
Our Omega-3 fish oil is both 5-star IFOS-certified as well as MSC-certified, so you can be sure of its HIGH QUALITY. It's made in the USA in an FDA-registered and GMP/NSF-certified lab.
I take a fish or krill oil supplement every day, and it's regular practice for me probably because I grew up with it. I've always eaten plenty of fish so it's not that I necessarily needed it, especially as a child, but with high cholesterol on both sides of the family, it's something I've grown to incorporate with my daily intake of multivitamins. The omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil promote heart health and stimulate brain functions, and in Vita Optimum's softgel form, you can get all the fatty acids you need without eating high-cholesterol fish and other seafood. Anyone who doesn't get enough omegas in their regular diet (which is everyone who doesn't eat fish on a daily basis) should take fish oil. (As a side note, for vegetarians, fish oil has always been a controversial issue since it's technically a fish by-product, rather than fish meat itself. Plant-based omegas exist in the form of coconut oil, so if you are vegan or don't consume animal products for any reason, you always have an alternative).
One bottle of Vita Optimum fish oil, currently priced $35.97 on Amazon, contains 180 clear red softgels. Since the serving suggestion is two capsules daily, one bottle will last you three months. As with all fish oils I've tried, this stuff does have a distinctive fishy odor, but it's not intolerable). This is a great, affordable way to get your omegas in; everyone should be taking this!
One lucky Books à la Mode reader will win one 180-count bottle of Vita Optimum Omega-3 Fish Oil—yay! To enter, all you have to do is tell me:
What's your current favorite snack? Lately, I've been obsessed with chickpeas—I know that's so random, but I find myself craving them 24/7! I toss them with spices (chili powder, pepper, cumin) and roast them for a delicious, filling snack!
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Sponsored wholly by the company—a huge thank you to the fabulous folks at True Sol Nutrition!
Giveaway ends September 30th at 11.59 PM (your time).
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FTC Disclosure: I received one complimentary bottle of this Omega-3 Fish Oil from Vita Optimum via Tomoson.com in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. I was not paid in any way to write a review—positive or otherwise—and all thoughts and opinions are mine and mine alone. I only recommend products or services I have used personally and believe will be good for my beautiful readers!