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DHA & EPA for Vegetarians & Vegans

Buy Pure One Next Gen Plant Based Omega - 3 and DHAFlax oil and milled flax seeds are a rich vegetarian omega 3 source, but flax doesn't contain DHA or EPA. Neither does hemp seed omega-3, linseed-or olive oil. For example, seed plant sources such as flax oil has a precursor omega-3 called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which eventually allows the body to produce some eicosapentaeoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). See Pure One Ingredients.

  • Omega 3 benefits are generally associated with fish and fish oil, but these are not the only food sources rich in marine fatty acids.
  • Golden algae oil is the richest marine omega-3 source and the original source of fish omega-3s in the food chain. We go to the source.
  • Vegetarians and Vegans may have high triglycerides with weight gain, high carbohydrate diet and low fitness levels.

7 Things Vegetarians and Vegans Should Know

  1. No longer are omega 3s DHA and EPA exclusive to fish oil supplements.
  2. Pure One™ is made with an Infant Formula Grade algae oil and algae-based capsule protecting the freshest plant-based DHA and EPA.
  3. A vegetarian omega 3 DHA and EPA source is empowering and Pure One™ is 'Made in the USA', plus it's a clinical-grade (cGMP) product so you can trust its purity and potency, "Certified" by Dr. Scott Doughman, PhD., Chief Scientist.
  4. The vegetarian aware and vegan omega 3 consumer can choose an omega-3 source with health benefits that match medical fish oils, when taken at above 1 gram DHA daily.
  5. The vegan and vegetarian communities can continue with flax oil for ALA while taking Pure One™ for at least 300 mg/day DHA for important adult and child brain health support.
  6. Vegetarian dieters and vegans already have a lower risk of heart problems, however brain beneficial omega-3 DHA fatty acids are needed to combat modern deficiencies.
  7. Affect, mental health and nervous system health are all positively supported by DHA sufficiency, according to research studies. It takes an average of 3-months to achieve an ideal omega-3 sufficiency index, a term to reflect steady-state 7% to 8% Red Blood Cell Omega-3 levels, the omega-3 marker for establishing clinical sufficiency.

* Information and statements regarding this supplement have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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