Pure Alaska Fish Oil capsules are made from Alaska pollock from the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea. This is the northernmost part of the Pacific Ocean, bordering the North Pole. The fillet of the Alaska pollock goes to the supermarket, from the fillet trimmings fish oil is made. So for this efficient process, no extra fish is caught. With this, Arctic Blue has earned the, for fish oil, strictest quality mark: the blue MSC label. In a modern facility in the USA, the oil is purified and concentrated and it is ensured that the fish oil retains its freshness (= low Totox value). Indeed, freshness is a measure of the condition of the sensitive Omega-3 fatty acids. Fresh fish oil will therefore never burp or give an aftertaste. Arctic Blue fish oil capsules are therefore also suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Fish oil DHA and EPA (large capsule)
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Omega-3 fats are among the essential nutrients. That means, as with most vitamins, you need to get them through diet. Since many people don't like the real fatty fish (herring, mackerel, sardines), an Omega-3 supplement such as fish oil or algae oil is helpful.
Omega-3 fatty acids are among the nutrients that have been best researched. Thousands of studies have been done on the importance of these good fats for our health. Hence, the European government has also made official health claims that articulate the effect of Omega-3 fats on the body.
Ideally, the capsules should be taken just before or just after a meal.
Fish oil From wild Alaskan fish, capsule shell (fish gelatin, glycerol, water), antioxidant (tocopherol-rich extract).
Recommended use: 1 capsule per day.
Yes, this product contains FISH.
Unopened, the pouch can be stored at room temperature and in the dark.
1 pouch contains 60 capsules for 60 days.
1 capsule contains 250 mg of DHA and 400 mg of EPA.
Yes indeed, this bottle contains a whopping 480 mg of DHA and 340 mg per spoonful (5 ml) and this capsule contains 250 mg of DHA and 400 mg of EPA per capsule.
Yes, people with specific needs may be advised a higher intake by doctor or therapist. However, make sure it does not exceed the daily maximum of 5,000 mg EPA+DHA. And this bottle even contains 800 mg of DHA and 400 mg of EPA per teaspoon (2.5 ml).
Best after a meal that includes fats. The Omega-3 mixes into this and is then optimally absorbed.
If children can swallow a capsule, it is certainly suitable. Or you can take the liquid fish oil for use in yogurt, for example. The advantage of this is that children get more Omega-3 as well as vitamin D.
Absolutely, however, a higher-dose capsule or a liquid oil is more effective. This capsule is smaller.
These are plant-based antioxidants that contain vitamin E.
It varies from batch to batch and is around 5.