Omegia™ DHA is an oil blend of Supercritical CO₂ extracted SeaBerry® oils and Algia™ DHA oil. This unique standardized formula contains all the essential fatty acids Omega-3 (DHA), -6, -7, -9. It also provides potent antioxidants, such as Vitamin E, which is essential for human health.
A low Omega 6 content. Some medical researches suggest that excessive levels of omega-6 fatty relative to certain omega-3 fatty acids may increase the probability of several diseases.
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
Supports normal vision
Regenerates mucous membranes
DHA ≥ 10%
Omega 7 ≥ 10%
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