NanOmega-3 Flyer

nanomega-3NanOmega-3 from BioPharma Scientific, all vegan and organic ingredients for highly absorbed omega-3 support!

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Below are 3 articles written by Dr John H Maher, DC, DCBCN, BCIM of BioPharma Scientific outlining the benefits of ALA, EPA and DHA as found in NanOmega-3:

Flax vs. Fish: The Alpha and the Omega

Flaxseed for Heart Healthy Nutrition

New Study: Dietary ALA sufficient to raise omega-3 levels

Here is a handy chart comparing the Omega-3 and Omega-6 levels in some common oils, nuts and seeds:

Omega-3 and Omega-6 Essential Fatty Acids

FLAX: get it into ya!

Nutritional attributes of Flax

Comparing Flax to a range of other Common Oils

NanoEPA

NanoEPA

NanoEPADHA incorporates the enhanced absorption technique of emulsification1,2,3 as well as a unique combination of equal strength (natural ratio) EPA & DHA, vitamin D3 and ALL 8 biologically active forms of vitamin E.

This fantastically efficacious product is available in two mouth watering flavours – Lemon Creme & Pina Colada; either of which will have you asking if this really is a fish oil!  You won’t find a better fish oil – especially for kids4.

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A host of clinical research is available to back technology and ingredients used in this product, below is just a taste.

EPA & DHA are the longest and hardest fatty acids for the body to process. While our bodies can produce small amounts, it is rarely enough which is why these fatty acids are classed as essential fatty acids (EFA’s).  In the following article Hans R. Larsen, MSc, ChE extrapolates on this point:

Fish Oils: The Essential Nutrients

1  Raatz SK., Redmon JB., Wimmergren N., Donadio JV., Bibus DM.,2009, Enhanced absorption of n-3 fatty acid s from emulsified compared with encapsulated fish oil., J Am Diet Assoc.,  Jun;109(6):1076-81.
2  T Seternes, IJ Haug, D Zeiss, LB Sagmo, IC Olsen, KI Draget, Gastric stable emulsions provide increased bioavailability of long chain omega-3 fatty acids
3  Iveta Garaiova, Irina A Guschina, Sue F Plummer, James Tang , Duolao Wang3 and Nigel T Plummer 2007, A randomised cross-over trial in healthy adults indicating improved absorption of omega-3 fatty acids by pre-emulsification, Nutrition Journal 2007, 6:4doi:10.1186/1475-2891-6-4
4  F.L. Weng, J. Shults, M.B. Leonard, V.A. Stallings and B.S. Zemel 2007, “Risk factors for low serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations in otherwise healthy children and adolescents” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, July 2007, Volume 86, Number 1, Pages 150-158