Omegia ™ DHAOmegia™ DHA is an oil blend of Supercritical CO2 extracted Puredia SeaBerry® oils and Puredia Algia™ DHA oil. This unique standardized formula contains all the essential fatty acids Omega –3 (DHA), -6, -7, -9). It also contains strong antioxidants, such Vitamin E, which is important for human health. Features:
- A low Omega 6 content. Some medical research suggests that excessive levels of omega-6 fatty relative to certain omega-3 fatty acids may increase the probability of a number of diseases. 2,3
- All the raw materials are vegan origin and internationally-certified.
- Supercritical CO2 extraction – Low temperature and solvent-free process to preserve the delicate nutrients in their natural form
- Puredia Algia™ DHA oil comes from microalgae, free from pollution
- Wholly owned manufacturing facilities with international GMP certification
- Puredia SeaBerry® is originated from Tibetan Plateau, the Third Pole, at an altitude of 3000 meters. Its nutritional value is the highest among other breeds and locations.
- Maintains normal brain function
- Maintains normal vision
- Regenerates mucous membranes
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