You may think all fish oils are the same, but they’re not…far from it.
Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fats, meaning the body can’t produce them itself and must be gotten through diet. Most fish oil products these days offer both of the main omega-3 fats, DHA and EPA, but when it comes to amounts many fall short.
Based on research studies, I recommend 1,500 mg each of DHA and EPA as the ideal daily amounts for getting the potential benefits of higher omega-3 levels, which can include better heart and brain health.*
Omega JYM fish oil not only delivers 1,500mg of both docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), but it does so with only four softgels per day (750mg per two daily servings).* Very few other fish oil products are this loaded in terms of DHA and EPA—many only provide 400 mg, 600 mg, maybe 750mg per daily serving.
Then there’s the third critical omega-3 fatty acid: docosapentaenoic acid (DPA). Omega JYM provides 300mg of this intermediary between DHA and EPA. Most fish oil products don’t contain it at all! And thanks to the molecular distillation process used in the manufacturing of Omega JYM, you’re less likely to experience the fishy burps many other products often produce.
Bottom line: If you’re interested in…
- Supporting brain function*
- Reducing temporary inflammation from exercise*
- Supporting a healthy heart*
… it would serve you well to find a fish oil that provides DHA, EPA, and DPA in ample amounts.* With some fish oil products it could take as many as 10 or more capsules to match the amounts you’ll find in Omega JYM.
Go with high-powered Omega JYM instead!*