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Quick Overview

Nanomega is the best omega 3 supplement ever developed. It combines the high EPA/DHA content of purified deep fish oil with the high uptake of Krill oil. Nano has enhanced the combination in a Nano phospholipid emulsion, making Nanomega the most bioavailable omega 3 supplement on the market today.

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Why Omega-3 fatty
acids are important.

Omega-3 fatty acids are crucial for your retinal and brain development. They have been linked to the prevention of cardiovascular disease amongst many other health problems. However, the typical western diet lacks these essential fatty acids like EPA and DHA, which you can’t produce on your own. This is why many consumers have turned to dietary supplements.

An enhanced
combination of Fish oil & Krill oil.
Studies have suggested that
not all omega-3s are equal.

There are two primary sources for EPA and DHA: Fish oil and Krill oil. Krill oil is extremely well tolerated, is certified sustainable and is more efficiently utilized by the body. Nanomega bonded both the high EPA/DHA Fish oil with the extremely well absorbed Krill oil and enhanced. The overall bioavailability beyond what ever seemed possible.

The most efficient choice.

Eating seafood is a good way to get EPA and DHA in your body, but this comes with risks. The longer the lifespan, the higher the potential for mercury and pesticides in the fish. This is why people use Krill oil. Krill have a short lifespan and live in a clean cold environment. Nanomega is a much more optimized version of this. Nanomega has enhanced the combination of purified deep sea Fish oil and Krill oil in a Nano sonically bonded phospholipid emulsion. Now, the right substances will be extremely easily absorbed by the body.

Phospholipid Omega-3s are more bio-efficient.

A study of the contents of Nanomega krill fish oil has found EPA and DHA in most of the 69 identified choline-containing phospholipid classes. In PC, two fatty acid chains are attached to a glycerol group that is connected to choline over a phosphate group (figure 1).