Q: What is the source of fish for the oil?

A: Our Primal Omegas fish oil is sourced from Wild caught Norwegian Arctic Cod

Q: What is the source of gelatin in your omegas?

A: The source of the gelatin is beef

Q: What is the shelf life of Primal Omegas, and how should they be stored?

A: Refrigerating or freezing can prolong shelf life, but it’s not required. Each capsule includes the antioxidant vitamin E to help maintain quality and potency for up to two years with ambient storage.

Q: How much omega-3 do I need every day?

A:  We recommended consulting with your healthcare provider to decide the best dose for you.

Q: Are the Primal Omegas egg and dairy free?

A: There is no egg or dairy in the Primal Omegas

Q: Can I get the same benefits from flax oil?

A: Flax is a source of the ALA form of omega-3 fatty acid, but it is not efficiently used by the human body. Fish oil contains the DHA/EPA forms of omega-3’s, and it is these types of omega-3’s that are popular for their benefits. 

Q: What’s the difference between omega-6 and omega-3?

A: Both omega-3 and omega-6 are essential fatty acids that your body needs to sustain health, however, scientists believe omega-6 is pro-inflammatory when consumed in excess, and omega-3 is anti-inflammatory. The modern diet of processed foods and industrial seed oils like canola oil, deliver large amounts of omega-6 and not enough omega-3. 

Primal Omegas provide a high-quality source of the two essential types of omega-3 fatty acids - EPA and DHA - derived from deep-water fish. Unless you're eating fatty fish often, you may not be getting enough omega-3s and might benefit from fish oil supplementation.

Q: What’s the difference between DHA and EPA?

A: There are two key omega-3 fatty acids: DHA and EPA. They are both readily found in fish, and they each provide common and unique benefits.  For this reason omega-3 fatty acid supplements typically contain both DHA and EPA. Because our bodies naturally convert some EPA from DHA, our Primal Omegas contain more DHA

Q. Are your supplements Gluten-free?

A. The supplements do not contain gluten but are but not certified gluten free.

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