Strawberry Flavored Alaskan Fish Oil.

No Fishy Burps. No Fishy Taste.

  Triple Strength Omega-3's. The Motor Oil For Your Brain.  

  Brain Boosting Healthy Fats
 
Supports Eye & Joint Health

  Cardiovascular Support
 
Fish Gelatin Softgel

MORE OF WHAT YOU NEED, LESS OF WHAT YOU DON'T

The truth of the matter is that...
...if you’re taking a generic department store fish oil supplement, you could unintentionally be doing more harm than good.

A lot of fish oils are being imported from China waters with low omega-3’s and high levels of mercury.


…but before we get into the science,
TAKE A LOOK AT THE THINGS YOU DON’T WANT IN YOUR OMEGA-3 SUPPLEMENT.

GROSS ANIMAL BYPRODUCTS
Most omega-3 supplement softgels are derived from pig flesh & bones.

UNNECESSARY MERCURY
Most fish oils have high levels of mercury.

LOW OMEGA-3’S
A lot of other fish oils actually have very little omega 3’s.

FISHY TASTE AND BURPS
Many other omega-3 supplements cause fishy burps and fishy taste.

Caught in Alaska. Made in California.

SmarterVitamins has pioneered
the Strawberry
OMEGA-3 FISH OIL supplement
that large brands SHOULD have.

We’ve searched the globe for the cleanest,
most potent and freshest fish oil…

…and we came across AlaskOmega® and instantly knew this was the fish oil we were searching for.

Potent. Filtered. Cold Extraction. Triple Strength Omegas. Sustainable. Traceable. Alaskan.

No More. Fishy Burps.
Strawberry Flavored

What are Omega-3’s?

Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid (EFA), also known as a polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA). It’s derived from both animal and plant sources, although omega-3 from fish oil is the most common and popular supplemental form. Fatty acids form the main useful fraction of fats and oils and are necessary for overall health.* Because your body cannot manufacture essential fatty acids, you must get them from food or supplemental sources.

Plant-source oils such as flax contain the parent omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). The human body normally converts ALA to the longer-chain fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which are used for prostaglandin formation and other cellular needs.* Fish oil contains the desired omega-3 fatty acids in their more useful EPA and DHA forms. ALA requires enzymatic conversion to generate EPA and DHA.

Why do I need EPA and DHA?

You only need a quick web search for this one, because there is a wealth of information on this subject. Fish oil is not a magic bullet, but there are an infinite number of well-documented benefits for a whole host of lifestyle diseases and conditions. The short answer is that EPA and DHA are specific types of polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids. Your body cannot produce these fatty acids – you must get them from the food you eat, or via supplementation. EPA and DHA are natural anti-inflammatory agents, and as such, play a role in brain health, heart health, protection against cancer, Alzheimer’s and depression, improvement of skin conditions like psoriasis and acne, fetal brain development, inflammatory bowel disorders, and arthritis, to name a few.

Our typical diets are rich in another type of pro-inflammatory polyunsaturated fatty acid called omega-6. When our dietary intake of omega-6’s far exceeds our intake of omega-3’s, our bodies experience a wide range of negative consequences, all with the underlying cause of increased systemic inflammation. Minimizing dietary intake of omega-6 fatty acids, and supplementing your intake of omega-3 fatty acids, helps to reduce inflammation, and the wide range of downstream effects.

Why is our omega-3 fish oil molecularly distilled?

This processing technique guarantees the production of high purity EPA/DHA omega-3 fish oils and minimizes the presence of impurities.

Can I take omega-3 fish oil on an empty stomach?

We recommend that adults take fish oil in the evening and that children take fish oil in the morning or afternoon. Whatever time you choose, don’t take fish oil on an empty stomach. Many people get queasy if they haven’t eaten.

Will taking fish oil help me lose weight?

Probably not. But consuming healthy fats promotes the feelings of satiation, so it may indirectly curb your appetite and make it easier to eat less. Getting enough omega-3 can also rev up your metabolism, improve mood and reduce joint pain, making it easier to exercise. Some studies also suggest getting enough omega-3 can improve body fat deposition.

Can fish oil help with joint pain?

Research shows that fish oil acts on the same biochemical pathways as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (like Ibuprofen and Aleve), but without the gastrointestinal side effects. However, the pain-relieving benefits of fish oil are dependent on the dose consumed.

Does omega-3 fish oil have calories?

Yes. With any omega-3 fish oil supplement, you are consuming an oil that contains calories. Check the supplement facts to see the calorie count per serving.

What should I look for when purchasing a fish oil supplement to ensure high quality?

 Third-party test results for purity and freshness. A third-party certificate of analysis indicates the levels of purity from environmental toxins, and the oxidation level (or freshness) of the oil.

 Manufacturing standards. Is the fish oil manufactured according to international quality standards

 Smell and taste. Does the fish oil smell or taste fishy? If so, the fish oil has most likely been exposed to oxygen and is becoming rancid. Rancid (oxidized) oils should be avoided, as they yield less-than-healthy effects. Avoid fish oils that have really strong flavorings added to them because they are most likely trying to hide the fishy flavor of rancid oil.

 Supportive scientific research to prove the efficacy of the fish oil brand.

Sustainable fishing practices. Any environmentally responsible fish oil manufacturer should offer transparency into their fishing practices.

 Which bodies of waters do the fish come from? This is important as you want cold fresh ocean waters such as the bering sea where AlaskOmega® comes from.

Resources

1. Chong EW, Kreis AJ, Wong TY, Simpson JA, Guymer RH.
Dietary omega-3 fatty acid and fish intake in the primary prevention of age-related macular degeneration: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Archives of ophthalmology (Chicago, Ill.: 1960). 2008;126(6):826.

2. Fretts AM, Lichtenstein AH, Kris-Etherton PM, et al.
Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid (fish oil) supplementation and the prevention of clinical cardiovascular disease: A science advisory from the American heart association. Circulation. 2017;135(15):e884.

3. Mozaffarian D, Longstreth WT, Lemaitre RN, et al.
Fish consumption and stroke risk in elderly individuals: The cardiovascular health study. Arch Intern Med. 2005;165(2):200-206.

4. Geusens P, Wouters C, Nijs J, Jiang Y, Dequeker J.
Long-term effect of omega-3 fatty acid supplementation in active rheumatoid arthritis. A 12-month, double-blind, controlled study. Arthritis Rheum. 1994;37(6):824.

5. Lev-Tzion R, Griffiths AM, Leder O, Turner D.
Omega 3 fatty acids (fish oil) for maintenance of remission in crohn's disease. The Cochrane database of systematic reviews. 2014(2):CD006320.

6. Obata, Nagakura, Masaki, Maekawa, Yamashita.
Eicosapentaenoic acid inhibits prostaglandin D2 generation by inhibiting cyclo-oxygenase-2 in cultured human mast cells. Clinical & Experimental Allergy. 1999;29(8):1129-1135.

7. Marangell LB, Martinez JM, Zboyan HA, Kertz B, Kim HFS, Puryear LJ.
A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid in the treatment of major depression. Am J Psychiatry. 2003;160(5):996-998.

8. Yurko-Mauro K, Alexander DD, Van Elswyk ME.
Docosahexaenoic acid and adult memory: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PloS one. 2015;10(3):e0120391.

Strawberry Flavored
Alaskan Fish Oil.

No Fishy Burps. No Fishy Taste.

  Triple Strength Omega-3's.
The Motor Oil For Your Brain.  

  Brain Boosting Healthy Fats
 
Supports Eye & Joint Health
 
Cardiovascular Support
 
Fish Gelatin Softgel

MORE OF WHAT YOU NEED,
LESS OF WHAT YOU DON'T

The truth of the matter is that...
...if you’re taking a generic department store fish oil supplement, you could unintentionally be doing more harm than good.
A lot of fish oils are being imported from China waters with low omega-3’s and high levels of mercury.


…but before we get into the science,
TAKE A LOOK AT THE THINGS YOU DON’T WANT IN YOUR OMEGA-3 SUPPLEMENT.

GROSS ANIMAL BYPRODUCTS
Most omega-3 supplement softgels are
derived from pig flesh & bones.

UNNECESSARY MERCURY
Most fish oils have high levels of mercury.

LOW OMEGA-3’S
A lot of other fish oils actually have very little omega 3’s.

FISHY TASTE AND BURPS
Many other omega-3 supplements
cause fishy burps and fishy taste.

Caught in Alaska. Made in California.

SmarterVitamins has pioneered
the Strawberry
OMEGA-3 FISH OIL supplement

that large brands SHOULD have.

We’ve searched the globe for the cleanest,
most potent and freshest fish oil…

…and we came across AlaskOmega® and instantly knew this was the fish oil we were searching for.

Potent. Filtered. Cold Extraction. Triple Strength Omegas. Sustainable. Traceable. Alaskan.

No More. Fishy Burps.
Strawberry Flavored

What are Omega-3’s?

Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid (EFA), also known as a polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA). It’s derived from both animal and plant sources, although omega-3 from fish oil is the most common and popular supplemental form. Fatty acids form the main useful fraction of fats and oils and are necessary for overall health.* Because your body cannot manufacture essential fatty acids, you must get them from food or supplemental sources.

Plant-source oils such as flax contain the parent omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). The human body normally converts ALA to the longer-chain fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which are used for prostaglandin formation and other cellular needs.* Fish oil contains the desired omega-3 fatty acids in their more useful EPA and DHA forms. ALA requires enzymatic conversion to generate EPA and DHA.

Why do I need EPA and DHA?

You only need a quick web search for this one, because there is a wealth of information on this subject. Fish oil is not a magic bullet, but there are an infinite number of well-documented benefits for a whole host of lifestyle diseases and conditions. The short answer is that EPA and DHA are specific types of polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids. Your body cannot produce these fatty acids – you must get them from the food you eat, or via supplementation. EPA and DHA are natural anti-inflammatory agents, and as such, play a role in brain health, heart health, protection against cancer, Alzheimer’s and depression, improvement of skin conditions like psoriasis and acne, fetal brain development, inflammatory bowel disorders, and arthritis, to name a few.

Our typical diets are rich in another type of pro-inflammatory polyunsaturated fatty acid called omega-6. When our dietary intake of omega-6’s far exceeds our intake of omega-3’s, our bodies experience a wide range of negative consequences, all with the underlying cause of increased systemic inflammation. Minimizing dietary intake of omega-6 fatty acids, and supplementing your intake of omega-3 fatty acids, helps to reduce inflammation, and the wide range of downstream effects.

Why is our omega-3 fish oil molecularly distilled?

This processing technique guarantees the production of high purity EPA/DHA omega-3 fish oils and minimizes the presence of impurities.

Can I take omega-3 fish oil on an empty stomach?

We recommend that adults take fish oil in the evening and that children take fish oil in the morning or afternoon. Whatever time you choose, don’t take fish oil on an empty stomach. Many people get queasy if they haven’t eaten.

Will taking fish oil help me lose weight?

Probably not. But consuming healthy fats promotes the feelings of satiation, so it may indirectly curb your appetite and make it easier to eat less. Getting enough omega-3 can also rev up your metabolism, improve mood and reduce joint pain, making it easier to exercise. Some studies also suggest getting enough omega-3 can improve body fat deposition.

Can fish oil help with joint pain?

Research shows that fish oil acts on the same biochemical pathways as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (like Ibuprofen and Aleve), but without the gastrointestinal side effects. However, the pain-relieving benefits of fish oil are dependent on the dose consumed.

Does omega-3 fish oil have calories?

Yes. With any omega-3 fish oil supplement, you are consuming an oil that contains calories. Check the supplement facts to see the calorie count per serving.

What should I look for when purchasing a fish oil supplement to ensure high quality?

 Third-party test results for purity and freshness. A third-party certificate of analysis indicates the levels of purity from environmental toxins, and the oxidation level (or freshness) of the oil.

 Manufacturing standards. Is the fish oil manufactured according to international quality standards

 Smell and taste. Does the fish oil smell or taste fishy? If so, the fish oil has most likely been exposed to oxygen and is becoming rancid. Rancid (oxidized) oils should be avoided, as they yield less-than-healthy effects. Avoid fish oils that have really strong flavorings added to them because they are most likely trying to hide the fishy flavor of rancid oil.

 Supportive scientific research to prove the efficacy of the fish oil brand.

Sustainable fishing practices. Any environmentally responsible fish oil manufacturer should offer transparency into their fishing practices.

 Which bodies of waters do the fish come from? This is important as you want cold fresh ocean waters such as the bering sea where AlaskOmega® comes from.

Resources

1. Chong EW, Kreis AJ, Wong TY, Simpson JA, Guymer RH.
Dietary omega-3 fatty acid and fish intake in the primary prevention of age-related macular degeneration: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Archives of ophthalmology (Chicago, Ill.: 1960). 2008;126(6):826.

2. Fretts AM, Lichtenstein AH, Kris-Etherton PM, et al.
Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid (fish oil) supplementation and the prevention of clinical cardiovascular disease: A science advisory from the American heart association. Circulation. 2017;135(15):e884.

3. Mozaffarian D, Longstreth WT, Lemaitre RN, et al.
Fish consumption and stroke risk in elderly individuals: The cardiovascular health study. Arch Intern Med. 2005;165(2):200-206.

4. Geusens P, Wouters C, Nijs J, Jiang Y, Dequeker J.
Long-term effect of omega-3 fatty acid supplementation in active rheumatoid arthritis. A 12-month, double-blind, controlled study. Arthritis Rheum. 1994;37(6):824.

5. Lev-Tzion R, Griffiths AM, Leder O, Turner D.
Omega 3 fatty acids (fish oil) for maintenance of remission in crohn's disease. The Cochrane database of systematic reviews. 2014(2):CD006320.

6. Obata, Nagakura, Masaki, Maekawa, Yamashita.
Eicosapentaenoic acid inhibits prostaglandin D2 generation by inhibiting cyclo-oxygenase-2 in cultured human mast cells. Clinical & Experimental Allergy. 1999;29(8):1129-1135.

7. Marangell LB, Martinez JM, Zboyan HA, Kertz B, Kim HFS, Puryear LJ.
A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid in the treatment of major depression. Am J Psychiatry. 2003;160(5):996-998.

8. Yurko-Mauro K, Alexander DD, Van Elswyk ME.
Docosahexaenoic acid and adult memory: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PloS one. 2015;10(3):e0120391.

Strawberry Flavored Alaskan Fish Oil.
No Fishy Burps. No Fishy Taste. Filtered From Toxins.
  Triple Strength Omega-3's. The Motor Oil For Your Brain.  

  Brain Boosting Healthy Fats
 
Supports Eye & Joint Health

  Cardiovascular Support
 
Fish Gelatin Softgel

MORE OF WHAT YOU NEED, LESS OF WHAT YOU DON'T

The truth of the matter is that...

...if you’re taking a generic department store fish oil supplement, you could unintentionally be doing more harm than good. A lot of fish oils are being imported from China waters with low omega-3’s and high levels of mercury.

…but before we get into the science, TAKE A LOOK AT THE THINGS YOU DON’T WANT IN YOUR OMEGA-3 SUPPLEMENT.

GROSS ANIMAL BYPRODUCTS
Most omega-3 supplement softgels are derived from pig flesh & bones.

UNNECESSARY MERCURY
Most fish oils have high levels of mercury.

LOW OMEGA-3’S
A lot of other fish oils actually have very little
omega 3’s.

FISHY TASTE AND BURPS
Many other omega-3 supplements cause fishy burps and fishy taste.

SmarterVitamins has pioneered the Strawberry OMEGA-3 FISH OIL supplement
that large brands SHOULD have.

Caught in Alaska. Made in California.

We’ve searched the globe for the cleanest, most potent and freshest fish oil…
…and we came across AlaskOmega® and instantly knew this was the fish oil we were searching for.

Potent. Filtered. Cold Extraction. Triple Strength Omegas. Sustainable. Traceable. Alaskan.

No More. Fishy Burps.

Strawberry Flavored

What are Omega-3’s?

Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid (EFA), also known as a polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA). It’s derived from both animal and plant sources, although omega-3 from fish oil is the most common and popular supplemental form. Fatty acids form the main useful fraction of fats and oils and are necessary for overall health.* Because your body cannot manufacture essential fatty acids, you must get them from food or supplemental sources.

Plant-source oils such as flax contain the parent omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). The human body normally converts ALA to the longer-chain fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which are used for prostaglandin formation and other cellular needs.* Fish oil contains the desired omega-3 fatty acids in their more useful EPA and DHA forms. ALA requires enzymatic conversion to generate EPA and DHA.

Why do I need EPA and DHA?

You only need a quick web search for this one, because there is a wealth of information on this subject. Fish oil is not a magic bullet, but there are an infinite number of well-documented benefits for a whole host of lifestyle diseases and conditions. The short answer is that EPA and DHA are specific types of polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids. Your body cannot produce these fatty acids – you must get them from the food you eat, or via supplementation. EPA and DHA are natural anti-inflammatory agents, and as such, play a role in brain health, heart health, protection against cancer, Alzheimer’s and depression, improvement of skin conditions like psoriasis and acne, fetal brain development, inflammatory bowel disorders, and arthritis, to name a few.

Our typical diets are rich in another type of pro-inflammatory polyunsaturated fatty acid called omega-6. When our dietary intake of omega-6’s far exceeds our intake of omega-3’s, our bodies experience a wide range of negative consequences, all with the underlying cause of increased systemic inflammation. Minimizing dietary intake of omega-6 fatty acids, and supplementing your intake of omega-3 fatty acids, helps to reduce inflammation, and the wide range of downstream effects.

Why is our omega-3 fish oil molecularly distilled?

This processing technique guarantees the production of high purity EPA/DHA omega-3 fish oils and minimizes the presence of impurities.

Can I take omega-3 fish oil on an empty stomach?

We recommend that adults take fish oil in the evening and that children take fish oil in the morning or afternoon. Whatever time you choose, don’t take fish oil on an empty stomach. Many people get queasy if they haven’t eaten.

Will taking fish oil help me lose weight?

Probably not. But consuming healthy fats promotes the feelings of satiation, so it may indirectly curb your appetite and make it easier to eat less. Getting enough omega-3 can also rev up your metabolism, improve mood and reduce joint pain, making it easier to exercise. Some studies also suggest getting enough omega-3 can improve body fat deposition.

Can fish oil help with joint pain?

Research shows that fish oil acts on the same biochemical pathways as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (like Ibuprofen and Aleve), but without the gastrointestinal side effects. However, the pain-relieving benefits of fish oil are dependent on the dose consumed.

Does omega-3 fish oil have calories?

Yes. With any omega-3 fish oil supplement, you are consuming an oil that contains calories. Check the supplement facts to see the calorie count per serving.

What should I look for when purchasing a fish oil supplement to ensure high quality?

 Third-party test results for purity and freshness. A third-party certificate of analysis indicates the levels of purity from environmental toxins, and the oxidation level (or freshness) of the oil.

 Manufacturing standards. Is the fish oil manufactured according to international quality standards

 Smell and taste. Does the fish oil smell or taste fishy? If so, the fish oil has most likely been exposed to oxygen and is becoming rancid. Rancid (oxidized) oils should be avoided, as they yield less-than-healthy effects. Avoid fish oils that have really strong flavorings added to them because they are most likely trying to hide the fishy flavor of rancid oil.

 Supportive scientific research to prove the efficacy of the fish oil brand.

Sustainable fishing practices. Any environmentally responsible fish oil manufacturer should offer transparency into their fishing practices.

 Which bodies of waters do the fish come from? This is important as you want cold fresh ocean waters such as the bering sea where AlaskOmega® comes from.

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If you are unhappy with a product, simply return it within 60 days of receiving it and we’ll give you a full refund. It’s that simple.

Resources

1. Chong EW, Kreis AJ, Wong TY, Simpson JA, Guymer RH.
Dietary omega-3 fatty acid and fish intake in the primary prevention of age-related macular degeneration: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Archives of ophthalmology (Chicago, Ill.: 1960). 2008;126(6):826.

2. Fretts AM, Lichtenstein AH, Kris-Etherton PM, et al.
Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid (fish oil) supplementation and the prevention of clinical cardiovascular disease: A science advisory from the American heart association. Circulation. 2017;135(15):e884.

3. Mozaffarian D, Longstreth WT, Lemaitre RN, et al.
Fish consumption and stroke risk in elderly individuals: The cardiovascular health study. Arch Intern Med. 2005;165(2):200-206.

4. Geusens P, Wouters C, Nijs J, Jiang Y, Dequeker J.
Long-term effect of omega-3 fatty acid supplementation in active rheumatoid arthritis. A 12-month, double-blind, controlled study. Arthritis Rheum. 1994;37(6):824.

5. Lev-Tzion R, Griffiths AM, Leder O, Turner D.
Omega 3 fatty acids (fish oil) for maintenance of remission in crohn's disease. The Cochrane database of systematic reviews. 2014(2):CD006320.

6. Obata, Nagakura, Masaki, Maekawa, Yamashita.
Eicosapentaenoic acid inhibits prostaglandin D2 generation by inhibiting cyclo-oxygenase-2 in cultured human mast cells. Clinical & Experimental Allergy. 1999;29(8):1129-1135.

7. Marangell LB, Martinez JM, Zboyan HA, Kertz B, Kim HFS, Puryear LJ.
A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid in the treatment of major depression. Am J Psychiatry. 2003;160(5):996-998.

8. Yurko-Mauro K, Alexander DD, Van Elswyk ME.
Docosahexaenoic acid and adult memory: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PloS one. 2015;10(3):e0120391.