Why You Should Buy Premium Omega-3 (Fish Oil)
- Fish Oil Promotes Healthy Skin*
- The EPA in Fish Oil Supports Optimal Joint Function*
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids From Fish Oils Support Important Cardiovascular Duties*
- Omega-3's Found To Ease Symptoms Of PMS*
- The DHA Contained In Fish Oil Is Important For Women During Pregnancy To Support A Baby's Brain & Beyond For Developing Children.
- The Bottom Line: Our brand of fish oil features a natural form of beneficial omega-3's that are not treated with chemicals. This natural tryglyceride form is better absorbed by your body and better for you. The addition of VESIsorb® allows even better bioavailability, making Premium Omega-3 the highest potency natural fish oil available without a prescription.
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The Premium Omega-3 Difference
- Premium Omega-3 by Pure Prescriptions is a natural fish oil that contains VESIsorb® are BETTER ABSORBED - so they are BETTER FOR YOU.
- The worldwide introduction of VESIsorb® for oral and topical applications represents the newest approach to improving lipid based bioactive absorption, including Omega-3 fatty acids. The technology was developed by Vesifact, Baar, Switzerland and is protected worldwide by over 40 patents and patents pending.
- A pharmacokinetic pilot study in humans comparing OmegaChoice™ Omega- to the same OmegaChoice™ in the VESIsorb® delivery system demonstrated an increase of 567% in peak blood levels. The relative bioavailability calculated using the area under the curve was also increased by 487%.
- The VESIsorb® technology has a "green" impact on the environment. By increasing bioactive absorption (like Omega-3 Fish Oils), this in turn reduces the number of soft gels needed per day to achieve blood plasma levels for optimum health and wellness. The efficient use of resources results in fewer bottles, less packaging waste and reduced transportation needs.
Did you know that most Americans do not get enough Omega-3s?
An adequate dietary supply of Omega-3s can play an important role in overall health throughout all stages of life. Consumers have looked to natural foods to derive a wide range of health benefits from omega-3 fatty acids. EPA and DHA omega-3 is significantly more bioavailable for absorption through cellular membranes found in fish oil than other sources, like flaxseed or borage. Premium Omega-3 fish oil provides EPA/DHA as a highly pure, stable product with less odor and fishy taste.
Pure Prescriptions has partnered with leaders in the fish oil industry to bring you Premium Omega-3. Pure Prescriptions is a leader in introducing new innovations and scientific technologies that help deliver health and wellness through natural products. We are relentless in our pursuit of quality and improvements in nutritional supplements that offer more and better solutions to the growing need for healthy and nutritious wellness options. Our dedicated team of global research partners invests heavily in research and development (R&D) and scientific studies. They also work closely with major universities, medical institutions, and clinical research organizations (CROs) to further ensure we have the newest developments keeping natural products on the cutting edge of the latest scientific discoveries.
Compelling examples of these innovations are technologies like the patented VESIsorb® naturally self-assembling association colloidal delivery system and oil to powder technology contained within our Premium Omega-3 fish oil softgels.
Our fish oil sources focuses on omega-3s in the natural triglyceride form, which is the form of omega-3 fatty acids naturally found in the food we eat. Produced in a Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) facility in Cincinnati, OH to pharmaceutical grade quality standards, our omega-3 EFAs contain the highest percent EPA and DHA as a triglyceride that is currently available in the global marketplace. Higher purity and better stability with less odor and fishy taste afford broader applications and benefits.
Fish oil supplements come in two forms: the natural triglyceride form or the synthetically manipulated ethyl ester form. It is worth knowing which form you are buying; it is usually not on the label, but you can inquire of the manufacturer.
In another study of women, the bioavailability of natural triglyceride type fish oil was double that of ethyl esters. Blood concentrations of EPA and DHA were 52 to 60 percent higher after taking natural triglyceride fish oil than after taking ethyl ester fish oil. “It's apparent that the ethyl ester form of EPA and DHA cannot mimic the physiological activity of natural fish oil in the form of triglycerides, at least in the liver, concluded a recent study on animals.”
The EPA and DHA omega-3 is significantly more bioavailable for absorption through cellular membranes found in fish oil than from flaxseed oil or borage oil. In fact, vegetable oils such as flax and borage do not contain any naturally occurring EPA or DHA at all. Instead, they contain the fatty acid alpha-linolenic, which converts to EPA and DHA when ingested. The conversion, however, is poor at only 4-6%, and is dependent on an individual’s diet and state of wellness.
For more information about this difference, read Dr. Larson's report on natural tryglyceride fish oil with VESIsorb®.
Premium Omega-3: Fish Oil the Way Nature Intended
A pharmacokinetic study (single oral dose, crossover) in humans comparing OmegaChoice® Omega-3 EPA to the same OmegaChoice® in the VESIsorb® delivery system demonstrated an increase of 567% in peak blood levels (cmax) of EPA. The relative bioavailability calculated using the area under the curve (AUC0-12h) was also increased by 487%.
According to the renowned Mayo Clinic and the American Heart Association, evidence suggests that recommended amounts of the Omega-3 fatty acids slow the buildup of plaque (“hardening of the arteries”), lower triglycerides, and supporting healthy blood pressure thereby reducing the risk factors of heart disease.
Research has demonstrated that omega-3 fatty acids are beneficial for cardiovascular health and reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, and are linked to benefits associated with joint mobility, brain health, fetal development, improved behavior/mood, and anti-aging.
More than 75 studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of Omega-3 for supporting healthy triglyceride levels. Numerous studies have shown that Omega-3 in the triglyceride form are better absorbed and more bioavailable, and OmegaChoice® contains the highest percent EPA and DHA as a triglyceride currently available in the global marketplace.
Population studies support the value of omega-3. Data from the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study found
increased adherence to a Mediterranean diet among 2,671 adults with heart attacks lowered mortality rate by 18 percent. A September 2008 Italian study found that daily supplements of omega-3 fatty acids reduced deaths and hospitalizations of people with heart failure. Similar findings were reported by Dutch researchers, who found among adults with previous heart attack, following a Mediterranean diet, along with moderate alcohol consumption and not smoking, lowered all-cause mortality by 40 percent. A study in Diabetes found that omega-3 from fish oil improves glucose uptake in the presence of insulin.
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