Where does fish oil come from?
Fish oil comes from oily fish, commonly salmon, herring, mackerel, and sardines. Levels of the Omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA and DHA, help support heart health and maintain blood pressure. To enjoy the benefits of fish oil, you can add these oily fish to your diet, or take fish oil supplements.
What does Omega-3 do?
Omega-3 fatty acids are good fats that offer many benefits when included as part of your diet. New Chapter's Wholemega Whole Fish Oil supplement has been clinically shown to retain healthy triglyceride levels—a studied marker of heart health. Triglycerides are a form of stored fat found in the bloodstream and body tissues. Keeping these levels in a healthy range is important for helping to support the cardiovascular system.
What are fish oil supplements good for?
Fish oil supplements that contain a balanced full-spectrum of 17 Omegas give you the equivalent of the whole food. For those who do not prefer eating fish, fish oil supplements are a great alternative to add these good fats to your diet.
What foods have omegas?
In addition to oily fish like salmon and mackerel, foods like walnuts, edamame, flaxseed, and wild rice have high levels of Omega-3's. The recommended number of servings per week of oily fish is three – Wholemega™ provides the equivalent amount of Omegas if taken daily.