Simris Algae Omega-3 for Athletes

$57
Trail running, bouldering, surfing, muay thai or lifting? Have your fun and then chill. Simris® Algae Omega-3 for Athletes, with an extra dose of the powerful antioxidant astaxanthin, might just be your best gym buddy yet. It is designed to help you get the most out of your work out and then help you to a fast recovery! Endurance and recovery powered by algae, for the demanding active body.

Simris® Algae Omega-3 for Athletes is a full spectrum* omega-3 supplement with an extra boost of astaxanthin, developed for an active lifestyle. Made from farmed algae naturally containing omega-3 and carotenoids. A daily serving of two softgels contains 700 mg omega-3 including 200 mg DHA, 50 mg EPA, and 450 mg ALA from organic cold-pressed flaxseed oil, as well as 4 mg natural astaxanthin from farmed algae. Simris® Algae Omega-3 for Athletes 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.

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 
Natural astaxanthin 4 mg


Many athletes swear on omegas for optimal performance. And several studies show that astaxanthin has profound impact on endurance and recovery. Here are some interesting peer-reviewed articles if you want to dig deeper into the science.

Gordon
The Effects of Dietary Omega-3s on Muscle Composition and Quality in Older Adults
Current Nutrition Reports (2016), 5(2).

Mickleborough
Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in physical performance optimization
International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism (2013), 23(1).

Earnest et al.
Effect of astaxanthin on cycling time trial performance
International Journal of Sports Medicine (2011), 32(11).