To fulfill our daily omega-3 fatty acids intake needs, we must eat from 2 to 3 meals of fatty fish (mackerel, salmon, trout, tuna, herring) per week, which is the equivalent of 500mg of omega-3 per day.*, One softgel a day of this product concentrated in omega-3 EPA and DHA fulfills daily omega-3 needs in people who are in good health and who do not consume enough fish
People suffering from coronary diseases (heart arteries) should consume twice the amount, meaning between 800 and 1000 mg of omega-3 a day.* Two softgels allows you to easily reach these levels
This supplement is offered in the form of enteric softgels to erase all fishy aftertaste. A natural tangerine-lime flavor was added to further diminish the risk of an aftertaste
These enteric softgels resist the stomach’s acidity and only release the omega-3 once they reach the intestine, therefore allowing the quantity of fatty acids that reach the intestine to increase, for better efficiency
The natural vitamin E (10 UI) preserves the freshness of the omega-3 by protecting them from oxidizing
All Adrien Gagnon omega-3 are analyzed for over 95 various contaminants (heavy metals, bacteria, PCBs, pesticides, oxidation, etc) and comply with the most strict pharmaceutical quality and purity norms
*According to the American Heart Association and other expert groups.
Who will benefit from this product?
People that do not succeed at eating 2 to 3 servings of fatty fish weekly
People experiencing burping or fishy aftertaste when taking regular omega-3 products
People with heart disease who wish to prevent potential complications
Pregnant and breastfeeding women, since the brain, eyes and nerves of the child require DHA to develop normally. They should take this product from the beginning of pregnancy until the end of breastfeeding. Of note, Health Canada recommends that pregnant women limit their fish consumption to once a week, in order to reduce heavy metal intake. Supplements with an NPN ensure that the product is free of heavy metals
People at risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.