Triple Omega 3-6-9 provides a healthy ratio of omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acids, the 'good fats' that you need for overall health.1-4 Each softgel contains a combination of flaxseed oil, fish oil, borage seed oil, and vitamin E.
Each easy-to-swallow softgel supports cellular health, heart health, brain health, and joint health.
Provides a Healthy Ratio of Omega-3, Omega-6, and Omega-9 Fatty Acids
Triple Omega 3-6-9 provides a healthy ratio of omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acids. These -good fats- are crucial for overall health and wellness. A balanced intake of these fatty acids supports cellular health, heart health, brain health, and joint health.1-4
Your body can-t produce omega fatty acids on its own, which is why it's important to choose food sources that can provide these good fats. Our Triple Omega 3-6-9 formula contains omega fatty acids derived from fish oil and vegetarian sources such as flaxseed and borage seed oil. We-ve also added the antioxidant vitamin E to make Triple Omega 3-6-9 a complete formula that supports cellular health, heart health, brain health, and joint health.5
Contents: 240 Softgels
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