Breakthrough in Omega-3
Scientists in France have developed a revolutionary new vectorization process that uses whole food from North Atlantic salmon to produce an Omega-3 supplement that is up to 50 times more absorbable than fish oils. Using no heat, pressure, or chemical solvents in the extraction process maintains the natural phospholipids which are highly effective carriers for the omega fatty acids and provide greatly enhanced bioavailability.[protected]Greater absorption and bioavailability means a much smaller dosage is required to yield health benefits. There is no burping of fish oil or fishy taste and no need to take multiple capsules. Only one tablet is required on a daily basis to provide all the Omega-3 fatty acids, including DHA and EPA, equivalent to a full serving of salmon. This is truly a breakthrough in Omega-3 science.
“I recommend supplemental Omega-3 fatty acids from salmon bound to phospholipids in a tablet dosage form”, said Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, medical director of the national Fibromyalgia and Fatigue Centers. “Increased absorption through vectorization means that you can administer therapeutic amounts of Omega-3 fatty acids in a small tablet instead of multiple large softgels or spoonfuls of fishy liquid oil. The phospholipid carriers of the essential fatty acids have clinical studies showing benefits for the brain including enhanced focus, attention, memory and mood, and also benefits for bone health,” he explained.[/protected]