Hidden in the ocean is possibly the world’s most powerful omega-3 rich superfood—algae! Omega-3s are essential for everyday health and wellness. Rejuvenation Therapeutics® Vegan Omega-3 with DHA & EPA delivers an optimal dose of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids.
Vegan Omega-3 with DHA & EPA Benefits
Advanced, ultra-pure omega-3 supplement with multiple health benefits.
Promotes heart & cognitive health. 1-4
Supports immune system response & joint health.5,6,7
Helps maintain already-healthy LDL & HDL cholesterol & triglyceride levels. 8,9
Enriched with beneficial omega-6, omega-7 and omega-9 fatty acids.10-16
Has higher omega-3 absorption rates than from fish oil and krill oil.17
Brain Health | Inflammation Management | Heart Health
Vegan Omega-3 with DHA & EPA is packed with high levels of chlorophyll, omegas-6,7,9, carotenoids, and other antioxidants.
Effect on heart health and cognition
Omega-3 fatty acids are widely known for their beneficial effects on heart health and cognition. Omega-3 fatty acids help maintain a healthy heart by promoting a wide range of functions. Studies suggest omega-3 fatty acids help significantly improve lipid metabolism, promote blood flow, maintain blood pressure already in the normal range and effectively inhibit the inflammatory response to support whole-body health.1,2
Along with their cardioprotective effects, omega-3 fatty acids also play an important role in promoting healthy cognitive function. According to a study published in 2016 in The Journal of Nutrition, health & aging, it was observed that supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids increased red blood cell omega-3 content, leading to enhanced working memory performance in older adults.3
Similarly, in another study published in 2012 in the British Journal of Nutrition, increased intakes of omega-3 fatty acids benefited older adults with depressive symptoms and improved their quality of life.4
Effect on immune system and joint health
Omega-3 fatty acids effectively modulate immune system responses and inflammatory processes. They effectively help combat inflammation by affecting the production of proinflammatory factors (cytokines) and inflammatory mediators, which in turn can reduce the severity of various pathological conditions such as inflammation, allergens, and autoimmunity.5
Omega-3 fatty acids also have a beneficial effect on joint health. Studies suggest that supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids led to a significant reduction in the release of mediators of inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis patients. Its supplementation has led to a significant reduction in the number of tender joints and the amount of morning stiffness in patients.6,7
Effect on cholesterol and triglyceride levels
Omega-3 fatty acids play a vital role in supporting cardiovascular health by maintaining already-healthy triglyceride and cholesterol levels. It was observed that an adequate intake of omega-3 fatty acids led to substantial promotion of healthy triglyceride levels. It also led to decreased production of LDL-cholesterol, thus providing support against severe cardiovascular pathologies.8,9
Enriched with Omega-6, Omega-7, and Omega-9 fatty acids
Like omega-3, omega-6 fatty acids also belong to the family of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). Omega-6 fatty acids may play a role in improving cardiovascular health. Studies suggest that a moderate intake of omega-6 fatty acids may help reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and may also help in maintaining already-healthy blood pressure levels.10,11
Omega-7 fatty acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid (MUFA), is the least known among all the omega fatty acids. However, just like all other omega fatty acids, omega-7 can also be beneficial in improving health. According to a study published in Toxicological Research in 2018, omega-7 can effectively exhibit antioxidative and anti-inflammatory effects on the skin, thus improving skin health and maintaining skin elasticity.12
Omega-9 fatty acids, which includes types such as oleic acid and gondoic acid, also found in olive oil and some other plant oils, belong to the same category of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA). , Omega-9 fatty acids play an important role, mainly in fat metabolism, by increasing fatty acid oxidation and thus reducing inflammation by balancing the production of cytokines (proinflammatory proteins).15,16
More facts about Vegan Omega-3 with DHA & EPA
The EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids from algae have incredible health benefits. Supplement yours with plant-based nutrition straight from the source—algae. Studies demonstrate that the human body is able to absorb more of the nutrients found in omega-3 from algae than that contained in fish oil or krill oil.17
Actually, the EPA and DHA in fish originate fromalgae and are then eaten by smaller fish and move up the food chain. Vegan Omega-3 with DHA & EPA skips the middle fish for a higher absorption, sustainable, vegan alternative.
Rejuvenation Therapeutics offers Vegan Omega-3 with DHA and EPA, sourced purely from algae, that provides sufficient amounts of DHA and EPA, and also enriched with omega-6, omega-7, omega-9 fatty acids, chlorophyll, and carotenoids. An advanced, ultra-pure supplement that is easily absorbed, sustainable, third party tested (no mercury) and free from fishy burps. Try it for better cardiovascular, neurological, immune, and mental health every day.
Add Vegan Omega-3 with DHA & EPA to your heart-healthy nutritional regimen today!
Suggested Use: Take 1 softgel daily, or as directed by your qualified healthcare professional.
Warning: Consult a healthcare professional prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, taking any medications, or have any medical conditions. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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