Body, heart & brain support
- Healthy for the heart1
- Good for the brain2
- Ideal for the eyes3
- Strong for the bones and muscles4
- Fish oil from the highest purity
- Coming from sustainable fishing
- Cold extraction guarantees the best quality
1 EPA and DHA contribute to normal heart function with a daily intake of 250 mg EPA and DHA
2 DHA contributes to maintaining normal brain function with a daily intake of 250 mg DHA
3 DHA supports normal vision with a daily intake of 250 mg DHA
4 Vitamin D contributes to the maintenance of normal bones and the normal functioning of muscles
What's it good for?
Omega-3 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fats. EPA and DHA are known fatty acids from the omega-family. Among the most important food sources of these healthy omega-3 fatty acids are fatty fish, nuts, seeds, algae and algae. Fatty fish rich in EPA and DHA are mackerel, salmon, herring and sardines.View research
A typical western diet is rich in omega-6 fatty acids but poor in omega-3 fats. Fish oil supplements of the highest quality, purity and concentration are ideal to rebalance the disturbed omega balance. Strong Supplies Omega-3 restores the omega balance and is healthy for the heart, good for the brain, ideal for the eyes and strong for the bones and muscles.1,2,3,4View research
Strong Supplies Omega-3 comes from sustainable fishing with respect for the environment and the fish species. Endangered fish species are never caught or used for the production of fish oil. With ecologically responsible purification techniques (cold extraction) Strong Supplies Omega-3 has an exceptionally high purity of more than 90% and this fish oil supplement is free of heavy metals, PCB's, dioxins and pesticides.View research
The efficacy of different types of fish oil varies greatly. Several studies show that the efficacy of the triglyceride form is superior to other forms such as ethyl esters. Strong Supplies Omega-3 contains EPA and DHA as triglycerides, the most natural form of omega-3 fatty acids that are best digested and absorbed by the body.View research
Vitamin D plays an important role in the production of bone, the functioning of the muscles and the support of the immune system. Unlike most other vitamins, the main natural source of vitamin D is not nutrition but sunlight.
Under the influence of ultraviolet radiation, vitamin D is produced in the skin. In order to replenish the body's supply of vitamin D, it is necessary to spend 15 minutes each day in the sun with your head uncovered and forearms. During autumn and winter, this is difficult to achieve. Not surprisingly, about 70% of Belgian adults have a vitamin D deficiency.
The supply of vitamin D through the diet is limited. Vitamin D occurs naturally in fatty fish. In limited quantities, vitamin D is also present in eggs or enriched foods (milk, margarine, breakfast cereals).
A deficiency can be prevented or treated with a vitamin D supplement. Prefer vitamin D dissolved in an oil base. Research shows that vitamin D based on oil is much better absorbed than other forms. A daily dose of 20-25 micrograms (800 - 1000 International Units) is a safe and responsible choice for young (from 12 years) and old.View research
Body, heart & brain support: Omega-3
Omega-3-fatty acids (triglyceride): 1100 mg
Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA): 764 mg
Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA): 236 mg
Vitamine D3 (cholecalciferol) (1000 IE, 500% RI*): 25 mcg
1 per day