What is Triple Omega?
Omega-3 and Omega-6 (the essential fatty acids ALA and LA) cannot be produced by the body,
so you must obtain them from food or supplements. The body can, however, produce Omega-9
fatty acids. You can find these fatty acids in oily fish (such as salmon and mackerel) as well as
walnuts, flaxseed, and olive oil.
Who should take Triple Omega?
If you don’t eat a lot of fish, a supplement might be the way to go. While you can get omega
3-6-9 from your diet, the trick is getting the right balance of each. If you eat a typical Western
diet, you might be getting too much Omega-6 and not enough Omega-3. A balanced supplement
helps take the guesswork out of the equation.
What is Triple Omega good for?
You've hit the trifecta of omegas with this all-in-one formula that blends a heart-healthy dose of
omega 3-6-9. Triple Omega helps support a healthy heart.†