Your job and home life are demanding and you'll take all the help you can get.*
You avoid seafood, or don't always get the recommended 8 ounces of seafood per week.
You are physically active and want to maintain healthy joints.*
Based on the large body of evidence, the scientific consensus is that long-chain Omega-3s have a positive impact on various body systems including the heart, brain, skin, joints and eyes.* These benefits can depend on the quantities of EPA and DHA Omega-3s consumed daily.
Since most U.S. adults don’t get enough EPA and DHA from their diets, a dietary supplement is an easy way to help fulfill nutritional gaps and achieve desired benefits.
The International Scientific Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids (ISSFAL) and GOED recommend that generally healthy adults get 250-500 milligrams (mg) of EPA and DHA per day and 1,000 milligrams (mg) or more per day for those seeking a range of additional health benefits.*
Take with food and plenty of water
Fish oils contain EPA and DHA, important types of omega-3 fatty acids that benefit overall health.* We require them for the maintenance of all of our body’s cells and several body systems and organs, such as our hearts, joints, brains, and eyes.* Since our bodies can’t make omega-3s on its own, it’s important to get enough through diet or fish oil supplements.*