QUALITY SOURCES OF OMEGA OILS
Does the type of source affect the nutritional quality of omega oil
The answer is yes. There are a variety of sources of
omega oils and healthy fatty acids. The source of the oil does affect
the nutritional quality and benefit to be derived from it.
There are a few select foods that contain omega polyunsaturated fatty acids which
help protect your body and aid in digestion and more. Just like vitamins,
the concentration of omega oil really depends upon the source it is derived
from. Some sources of omega oil and essential fatty acids are being
threatened in order to bring a product to market.
When you decide to take an omega supplement you have elected
to do something for the health and betterment of your body. Why would you
then select an omega supplement that offers very little nutritional benefit or
one that is derived from a poor quality source.
The two omega oil supplements that are supported on this
website are both top quality and highly concentrated supplements
that deliver the most optimum nutritional benefits.
Sources of omega oils:
- Fish / Seafood (oysters, sardines,
anchovies, salmon, mackerel, herring, tuna, bluefish, halibut, krill and
- Nuts & Grains (Flax seeds and walnuts)
- Foods (Eggs, tofu)
PharmaOmega's source is...
PharmaOmega's supplements are
derived from sardines and anchovies that are caught in peak season and are not
threatened from the process.
PharmaOmega's fish oils
is put through a rigorous process where strict quality standards are met
otherwise they use it as biofuel (recycling genius).
Omega Daily's source is...
OmegaDaily has selected the New
Zealand Green Lipped Mussel as it's top quality source for protein, omega oil
and vitamins & minerals.
The extraction process
is so successful that they have patented and clinical studies support
the medicinal qualities of their supplement, especially against