What is Omega-3?
Omega-3 is a fatty acid - aka the good kind of fat. This fatty acid helps our bodies function normally and has been linked to some very powerful health benefits. The two types of Omega-3 included in Oh-so-good Omega are called DHA and EPA, both of which are found primarily in fish - and not just any fish - the fatty fish. The list of “fatty fish” includes anchovies, mackerel, sardines, bluefish, herring, salmon, tuna, and more. In other words, the kind of fish you wouldn’t want to heat up in the work microwave.
Do I really need Omega-3?
As with any supplement, we recommend consulting with your healthcare provider prior to taking. However, the American Heart Association recommends consuming fish (fatty fish) a minimum of two times every week for the benefits of the Omega-3s. A recent study also found that nearly 90% of Americans are not getting the recommended amount of Omega-3.
What is the source of the Omega-3 fish oil in Oh-so-good Omega?
Our Omega-3 fish oil is sustainably sourced from sardines and mackerel. It’s also Friend of the Sea Certified!
What is the serving size for Oh-so-good Omega?
The recommended dosage is one (1) tablespoon daily and each tablespoon delivers 1,500mg of Omega-3 (DHA+EPA).
Can my children take Oh-so-good Omega?
Yes, it can be taken by children ages 4 and up!
Are there any differences between the Key Lime and Mango-Peach Oh-so-good Omegas?
Aside from the obvious difference in flavor, the Mango-Peach Oh-so-good Omega contains an added bonus of 1000 IU of Vitamin D!
Can I add Oh-so-good Omega to foods and drinks?
Most certainly! Oh-so-good Omega can be eaten straight from the spoon or mixed into yogurt, smoothies, shakes, and even oatmeal. The sky’s the limit!
Do I need to refrigerate Oh-so-good Omega?
Refrigerate after opening to ensure maximum freshness.
What is the shelf life of Oh-so-good Omega?
Before first use, Oh-so-good Omega is good unrefrigerated for up to 18 months from date of manufacturing.
The label says sugar free but I see sucrose as an ingredient?
There is a trace amount of sucrose in the formulation which is used as a processing aid and not a sweetener.