Simris® Algae Omega-3

Health is about enjoying life. To have fun, to feel strong, and to be truly alive, that’s what a healthy lifestyle means. Team up with Simris® Algae Omega-3 because most times it’s hard to get all the very essential omega-3 that your body needs from your everyday diet. Two softgels of Simris® Algae Omega-3 a day will give you all the omegas you need for your healthy lifestyle. 

Simris® Algae Omega-3 is a full spectrum* omega-3 supplement with ALA, EPA and DHA developed for a healthy lifestyle. Made from farmed algae naturally containing omega-3 EPA and DHA. A daily serving of two softgels contains 700 mg omega-3, including 200 mg DHA and 50 mg EPA from farmed algae, as well as 450 mg ALA from organic cold-pressed flaxseed oil. Simris® Algae Omega-3 is vegan, non-GMO, gluten-free, ocean-friendly and free from environmental toxins. 
*The full spectrum of omega-3 essential fatty acids (ALA-EPA-DHA) is included in this product.

These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Organic cold-pressed flaxseed oil, algal oil, sunflower oil, antioxidant preservative blend. Vegan softgel capsules made of non-GMO corn starch.

Serving size: 2 softgels 
Servings per container: 30 

One serving (2 softgels) contains:
Omega-3 ALA (alpha-linolenic acid) 450 mg
Omega-3 DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) 200 mg  
Omega-3 EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 50 mg 

Want to know more? Read all about our ingredients here.

Omega-3 DHA and EPA are some of the most essential building blocks in our bodies, and contribute to everything from brain function to cardiovascular health. They are one of the most studied nutrients, with over 27,000 peer-reviewed scientific articles. If you want to dig deeper into the science, here are some good starting points.

Chang et al.
Essential fatty acids and human brain
Acta Neurologica Taiwan (2009), 18(4).

Fliesler & Anderson
Chemistry and metabolism of lipids in the vertebrate retina
Progress in Lipid Research (1983), 22(2).

Brenna & Carlson
Docosahexaenoic acid and human brain development: evidence that a dietary supply is needed for optimal development
Journal of Human Evolution (2014), 77.