Algae Omega

June 18, 2012

Nordic Naturals, Watsonville, CA, manufacturer of omega 3 supplements, has introduced Algae Omega, a solution for vegetarians seeking the health benefits of marine omega 3s. Made from sustainably sourced microalgae and available in both soft gels and liquid, the product offers an algae-based source of beneficial marine omega 3 essential fatty acids without the use of fish. Algae Omega delivers the expert-recommended daily dose of 500 mg of combined EPA and DHA. This level offers complete nutritional support for normal vision, heart health, positive mood, immunity and the body’s natural anti-inflammatory response.

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