The Science of
Pure
Alaska
Omega

NTG

Omega nutrition as nature intended; Pure Alaska Omega Wild Salmon Oil delivers all fatty acids from salmon to you in their natural triglyceride (nTG) state.

No refining, molecular distillation, purification, or esterification steps are utilized in making Pure Alaska Omega Wild Salmon Oil. This natural and unaltered fish oil, compared to refined pale yellow fish oils, maintains a unique amber color and pleasant salmon taste and smell.

Fats in nature are found mainly in natural triglyceride (nTG) form. Ethyl ester (EE) fish oils are man-made by a process known as refining.

EE fish oil creation starts by removing the natural glycerol fatty acid backbone in order to concentrate fatty acids (EPA & DHA Omega-3s most commonly). Ethanol-ethyl alcohol-replaces the missing glycerol to attach the newly concentrated fatty acids back together.

Quality fish oil refining results in Omega-3 concentrations of up to 85%. Fish do not contain this much Omega-3 but this is a great option if you do not eat seafood regularly.

Wild Alaskan salmon have provided natural triglyceride Omega fatty acids to healthy diets for generations.

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Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA Omega-3 fatty acids may support heart health‡. Other potential benefits include:

Supports healthy cognitive function‡

Supports normal visual development‡

Supports normal brain development‡

supports heart health‡

Supports healthy triglyceride levels‡

Helps maintain healthy blood pressure‡

‡These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. As with all diet and supplement regimens, please consult with your physician before taking this product.

Pure Alaska Omega provides a natural balance of fatty acids, vitamins and antioxidants – as nature intended. We believe that eating oily fish is the best way to get your omega-3s. The next best way is by taking pure alaska omega.

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