Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Are You Getting Enough Omega 3's?

Omega-3 fatty acids support cardiovascular health, proper brain, neural, and visual development, as well as maintenance of bone, joint, immune, and cellular health. 

However, the majority of the population fails to consume adequate amounts of omega-3s.  

So, how does a person top up their consumption of Omega 3's.  I know that I don't eat copious amounts of fish everyday.  Read this article from 

Note that combining fish oil intake with regular exercise is more supportive than exercise alone for helping to maintain a healthy weight and supporting metabolic health.*

USANA’s BiOmega is produced from cold water, deep-sea fish oil that comes from a fishery that uses sustainable practices and renewable resources. BiOmega is purified to be virtually free of contaminants and flavored with lemon oil to minimize the fishy aftertaste.

One serving of BiOmega provides a total of 2000 mg fish oil concentrate, 1200mg of total omega-3s including 1050 mg of EPA and DHA, 200 IU of vitamin D, 4 mg of mixed natural tocopherols, and is free of trans-fatty acids.

You can order USANA's BiOmega here:

Please let me know if you have further questions about Omega 3's.
Thanks to USANA Health and Science Education Department for this helpful information.  See more researched articles at:  


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