There’s nothing fishy about supporting your heart health.†
Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA have a lot to offer and depending on the dose, you can support more than just your heart. Learn more and see if Omega-3 fish oil supplements are right for you.†
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It’s the oil contained in the tissue of oily fish, and it’s a source of the polyunsaturated fats EPA and DHA – fatty acids that support a healthy heart, brain and eyes.†
Anyone who wants to take advantage of the benefits of Omega-3s EPA and DHA but doesn't regularly eat fish. According to recent research, over 2/3 of US adults (68%), and 95% of children under 18, do not consume enough EPA and DHA in their daily diet to meet recommendations based on the US Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
The Omega-3s EPA and DHA in fish oil are good for supporting key functions throughout the body – including heart, brain and eyes. EPA and DHA are found in large quantities in your brain and eyes. When you consume Omega-3 from fish oil, the Omega-3s EPA and DHA are incorporated into all your cell membranes, providing support for their structural integrity and fluidity, needed for cells to function and communicate effectively.†
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Fish oil and Omega-3 supplements are ideal for everyday use, from supporting heart health to supporting your body in numerous ways. If you’re looking to buy Omega-3 fish oil online, Nature Made® has you covered. Our softgels come in a few different dietary supplement dosage formulations, so you can choose the potency that works best for you.†
Our Omega-3 fish oil softgel supplements may provide a number of different health benefits. If you're ready to find heart health supplements that can give your body some heart-healthy Omega-3s, consider adding an Omega-3 fish oil supplement into your daily routine today!†
1. Murphy RA, Devarshi PP, Ekimura S, Marshall K, Hazels Mitmesser S. Long-chain omega-3 fatty acid serum concentrations across life stages in the USA: an analysis of NHANES 2011-2012. BMJ Open. 2021;11(5):e043301. Published 2021 May 10. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-043301.
†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.