ECO OMEGA 3, LANE LABS, 150 SOFTGELS, SUSTAINABLE MARINE OIL DHA EPA NO LACTOSE
A Safe, Effective and Eco-Friendly OMEGA 3 Your brain, heart, eyes and nervous system all use Omega 3 fatty acids. But your body does not make it; you must get it from food or supplements. However, Omega 3 fish oils have become so popular that survival of certain fish species may be threatened. Some fish sources of Omega 3 are actually sustainable, if properly harvested by man. Certified Sustainable by Friend of the Sea More DHA than other fish oils Virtually free of lead and mercury Easy to swallow softgel pearls No Refrigeration Necessary What does Certified Sustainable Mean? In 1987, the World Commission on Environment and Development defined sustainable development as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” In 2006, a non-proft organization called Friend of the Sea began to audit and certify companies that fish or farm fish for sustainability. Certified companies must adhere to strict sustainable activities. In 2010, the calamari oil in EcoOmega was certified as sustainable by Friend of the Sea. Omega 3 intake is essential for optimal health A growing body of scientific research suggests that Omega 3 fatty acids are essential for human health. Findings supported by research include: Omega 3 is a structural element in the cell membranes in body tissue. Omega 3 is a precursor of a large number of hormone like substances, critical for physiological function and homeostasis. Omega 3 is highly concentrated in the brain, eye and nervous system. Omega 3 supports healthy inflammation.* DHA: the crucial Omega 3 component Many Omega 3 fish oils contain more EPA than DHA. EcoOmega contains twice the amount of DHA to EPA. DHA appears to be more beneficial for heart health.* DHA appears to be especially helpful for growth and cognitive function.* DHA supports eye and brain health.* Pregnant or lactating women may benefit from more DHA intake. EcoOmega does not deplete fish stocks. It is environmentally responsible.