Source Naturals, OmegaChia Oil, 1,000 mg, 60 Softgels (Discontinued Item)
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Great Source of Omega 3
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1809430 on May 12, 2011
My doctor told me that I should be taking Omega 3, but I HATE fish and cannot handle the aftertaste of those pills. These pills have NO aftertaste -- and actually provides you with more than the doctor recommended 700mg/day (each serving is 2 cassules which provides 1200mg of Omega 3). Plus, you get the added benefit of Omega 6. To top it off, the price is good.
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One of the best sources of Alpha-linolenic acid!
Posted by Reviewer1491632 on Feb 22, 2012
I used this supplement for a couple of months now. This supplement from chia seeds is a very good source of alpha-linolenic acid. Your body
can make DHA (a very important fatty acid for the brain and the rest of the body) from it. Some research also suggested a major neuroprotective effect of alpha-linolenic acid especially for some forms of epilepsy and ischemia. But until now I didn't got a special brain boost or brain focus form it (the effect what you get with some nootropics). But I hope in the long term it will protect my brain. Flax seed oil is also a good source of alpha-linolenic acid, the only problem is that in flax seeds oil are some residues that can be neurotoxic. So I prefer the Chia oil for myself!
Greetings from the Netherlands
Posted by Debby29 on Apr 22, 2013
good price, too