Deep Blue Omega is a purified marine fish oil from the Nordic Sea. Each Deep Blue Omega serving is Extra Strength and contains 840 mg of EPA and 560 mg of DHA, at least double that of most brands of omega oils.
With Deep Blue Omega, You'll:
|Help nourish your body with essential fatty acids and oils.|
|Support the cardiovascular, reproductive, immune and nervous systems.|
|Receive 840 mg of EPA and 560 mg of DHA with each serving.|
|Support healthy heart function.|
|Improve skin, hair and nails.|
|Support vision and healthy brain function.|
Deep Blue Omega gives you a powerful dose of important pharmaceutical grade omega oils in a smaller 2 soft gel daily dose. Deep Blue Omega is free of heavy metals and mercury. We bring you a highly concentrated and purified Extra Strength omega 3 oil to support heart health, vision, healthy brain function, beautiful skin, hair and nails...just to name a few!
Omega fatty acids are critical, no -- essential to your health -- that's why they are called essential fatty acids. Omega 3 fatty acids are comprised of ALA: (alpha) linolenic acid; EPA: eicosapentaenoic acid; and DHA: docasahexaenoic acid, all of which are important to the body. Omega 3s are known as the 'good fats.' For example, good fats compete with bad fats, so it's important to minimize the intake of trans fats and cholesterol (animal fat) while consuming enough good fats. Also, good fats raise your HDL or 'good cholesterol.' One of the jobs of this High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) or 'good cholesterol' is to grab your bad cholesterol, LDL (Low Density Lipoprotein), and escort it to the liver where it is broken down and excreted. In other words, these good fats attack some of the damage already done by the bad fats. This is very important in an age when so many Americans are struggling to get their cholesterol down and fight heart disease and obesity.
Omegas are essential because, simply put, our bodies do not naturally produce Omega 3 fatty acids and the only way we can get them is through our food and/or supplements. Omega 3 is essential because it supports the cardiovascular, reproductive, immune, and nervous systems. The human body needs EFAs to manufacture and repair cell membranes, enabling the cells to obtain optimum nutrition and expel harmful waste products. A primary function of EFAs is the production of prostaglandins, which regulate body functions such as heart rate, blood pressure, blood clotting, fertility, conception, and play a role in immune function by regulating inflammation and encouraging the body to fight infection. EFAs are also needed for proper growth in children, particularly for neural development and maturation of sensory systems.