Omega Plus® 3-6-9
Featuring the right balance between the omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acids, Omega Plus® 3-6-9 helps promote heart health and brain function.
Fatty acids just sound fatty but the truth is there are essential fatty acids that your body needs and cannot be make on its own! Get help choosing the right omega supplements for the entire family on our blog, The Well.
The two nutritionally important Omega-3s are:
Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA): a long-chained fatty acid that is used by the body to form EPA and DHA. Often sourced from flaxseed oil
Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Doscosahexaenoic acid (DHA): both are long-chained fatty acids. High concentrations are found in fish oil
Good sources of EPA and DHA come from small fish and tuna which provide a high concentration of these omega-3 fats. EPA and DHA do not require further metabolism, (like ALA) therefore are ready for our body to put to work.
Higher DHA to EPA ratio aids in brain development and function, important for children, youth and seniors
Higher EPA to DHA ratio promotes heart and cardiovascular health, important to adults and seniors.
All of Swiss’ Omega-3s and Wild Salmon Fish oils are sourced from wild, non-endangered fish. All are tested for traces of heavy metals, PCBs and toxins.