Wild Alaskan salmon does not suffer from the faults that plague traditional fish oils. The salmon’s cold-water habitat and relatively short lifespan dramatically reduce the exposure to common environmental toxins, resulting in a higher quality, higher purity oil. A salmon’s high dietary intake of protective carotenoids such as astaxanthin make their oil more resistant to spoilage and rancidity than other fish oils. Salmon are a renewable, self-sustaining resource. Other fish oils, which are commonly a blend of several species of fish, have a much less consistent level and blend of healthy omega acids, especially EPA and DHA. Each serving of salmon oil contains 180 mg of EPA and 220 mg of DHA, two of the most beneficial constituents of omega-3 fatty acid.
Boosts levels of HDL and lowers the levels of triglycerides
Aids in healthy aging
Helps to lower weight without dieting
Increases bone and joint health
Assists in cognitive function
Increases the health of the eyes, nails and skin
Promotes healthy pregnancies and developing children
Improves mental health
Use as directed by your health care professional.
420 mg of total omega-3 fatty acids 150 mg EPA 180 mg DHA