I’m no expert on Omega 3 supplements (fish oil), but I want the real deal from consistent fish, and I want mercury-free.
Lately I’ve been taking Vectomega tablets instead of the oil gels. Though the latest research (sent to me by a cardiovascular surgeon) suggests that Omega 3 supplementation is useless for cardiovascular health, there might be some anti-inflammatory prospects. Still, is it worth spending money on this? I can’t say.
I’ll miss those fish burps.
Vectomega is a natural whole food omega 3 complex containing DHA, EPA, phospholipids and hydrolyzed peptides (amino acids) from salmon (Salmo salar) extracted by a patented, chemical free process, using only natural enzymes and a cold water flush.
Vectomega is a high grade biologically active Omega 3 (DHA/EPA) vectorized under a phospholipidmethod.It is the only omega 3 with DHA and EPA in a biological form as it naturally occurs in salmon (not chemically altered or spiked), ensuring absorption.
Vectomegas unique bio-molecular profile, based on the vectorization of its omega 3 fatty acids, phospholipids and in association with hydrolyzed peptides present a remarkable natural food supplement, which is absorbed up to 50 times greater than fish oils, free of cholesterol, heavy metal contamination, and of any toxicity; its ability to be digested and assimilated are at the maximum level, based on clinical studies.
Phospholipids and hydrolyzed peptides are the transport system enabling DHA and EPA to penetrate the cell membrane and blood brain barrier. This unique phospholipid transport system is only found in Vectomega and increases considerably the nutritional potential.
It's not how much you take that is important, it is how much that is absorbed at the cellular level. Vectomega is the ONLY 1 a day, Omega 3 complex with DHA/EPA, phospholipids and hydrolyzed peptides from Salmon.