Certified Sustainable Wild-Caught Fish Oil
This unique omega 3-6-7-9 formula contains a blend of wild deep-sea sourced fish oils containing the omega-3 fats (EPA/DHA) in the TruTG™ form, the most important omega-6 fat (GLA from borage oil), the omega-7 fat palmitoleic acid and omega-9 fat oleic acid from certified virgin organic macadamia nut oil. EPA helps keep GLA metabolism in an anti-inflammatory mode. In addition, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) plays as many important roles in human health as EPA, along with promoting brain wellness.
We created the Omega Plus product to provide the common nutritional deficiencies of Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) and Palmitoleic Acid from Organic Macadamia Nut Oil to support hormone balance and a omega fatty acid sufficiency.
Why triglyceride (TG) form of fish oils?
- Naturally occurring form in foods and in the body
- Research indicates that it is up to 100% more bioavailable than the ethyl ester (EE) form
- Easier to assimilate for individuals with impaired digestion and absorption
- Less prone to oxidation and production of free radicals
- No fish burps or post-digestion discomfort as in the EE form typically purchased
Fresh, Wild and Raw
Pure Omega uses the latest innovation in EPA/DHA technology to insure purity and absorption.Exceptional freshness: freshly caught fish are quickly processed within hours, resulting in exceptionally fresh raw fish oil Cold extraction: process used for the refining of the EPA & DHA fatty acids Minimally processed: produced to the highest standards of purity and quality Molecular distillation: removes fishy odor and taste to ensure purity Filtration: removes PCBs, chlorinated organopollutants and heavy metals
Why the addition of lipase?
We have added lipase as a digestive aid. Lipase is an enzyme needed for breaking down lipids (fats). Lipase is primarily produced in the pancreas but is also produced in the mouth and stomach.[1, 2]
While most healthy individuals produce sufficient amounts of pancreatic lipase, everyone can benefit from its inclusion as it relates to better digestion of fish oils. This is supported by studies that address:
- The importance of lipase for the efficient digestion of dietary fats 
- The need for lipase for those with digestive disorders that lead to pancreatic enzyme insufficiency 
- Why more lipase may be needed beyond normal production in the pancreas