One reason why omega 3's are being researched so much is that for many people their dietary intake has fallen to a point that is low enough to be affecting their health. This is why the Government recommend that we eat some oily fish, such as mackerel, once a week, and many nutritionists think that it should be as often as twice or three times a week.
Ideally everyone should eat on average 2 to 3 grams of omega 3's a day but it seems that few people achieve this level, especially if they eat little oily fish so supplementation is relevant for many. But because they pretty much all look the same, it is often difficult for people to appreciate the difference in the potency of fish oil supplements on the market. The reality is that there is a huge difference! The omega 3 content, so important for health and well-being, can vary enormously and, amazingly, labels often don't tell the full story. Some manufacturers still don't list any omega 3 levels, let alone EPA and DHA content (often because the levels are so low!). At Lamberts® we believe this information is vital for a practitioner, as dosage is everything when you work in clinical practice. We are proud to declare not only the precise omega 3 content but to be equally open about the ingredients across our entire range. Lamberts® Pure Fish Oil 1100mg has one of the best profiles on the market with a total of 700mg omega 3 fatty acids per capsule including 360mg of EPA and 240mg of DHA. And the 5-stage purification process undergone by our oil ensures that there is no compromise on quality.
How to use: 1 to 3 capsules daily with a meal.