Animal Omega is then rounded out with key Omega 6 oils, including; borage, evening primrose, sesamin, and CLA. Linoleic acid is the other essential fatty acid found in nature. As said before, lack of n-6 in ones diet is hard to come by. However, there is a specific form of n-6, gamma linoneic acid or GLA, that is crucial for health. This is contained in ample doses in Omega. The body uses n-6 essential fatty acids to make various prostaglandins and leukotrienes. These substances influence inflammation and pain; some of them increase symptoms, while others decrease them.
Container Size: 30 Packs
Serving Size: 1 Pack
Servings Per Container: 30
Amounts Per Serving
Vitamin A (As Retinyl Palmitate): 2,664 IU
Vitamin D (As Cholecalciferol): 2,000 IU
Vitamin E (As D-Alpha Tocopherol): 10 IU
Omega 3 Fatty Acid (N-3 FA) Complex: 4,000 mg
Flaxseed Oil, Salmon Oil, Cod Liver Oil, Herring Oil, Anchovy Oil, Mackerel Oil, Sardine Oil
Omega 6 Fatty Acid (N-6 FA) Complex: 2500 mg
Borage Oil, Safflower Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Sesamin
Omega Absorption Complex: 200 mg
Lecithin (Soy), L-Carnitine, Lipase Enzyme
Gelatin, glycerin, purified water, maltodextrin, dicalcium phosphate, L-Carnitine fumarate, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, chlorophyll, titanium dioxide, caramel Color
Use Animal Omega as you would your regular essential fatty acid (EFA) supplement.
If this is your first time, take Animal Omega with a meal and you´re good to go.
Use a pack or two daily, as you need it.
Generally, a single pack will do fine for most.
Elite athletes can consider doubling up the serving.