Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid that your body can’t make itself, so you have to get enough from your diet. It’s found naturally in oily fish, such as salmon and mackerel, making it expensive to get from what you eat alone. Fish oil supplements are a great solution, allowing you to top up on your daily fatty acids with just a super-convenient and inexpensive capsule.
Our Omega-3 and Fish Oil Products
We have an incredible range of fish oil supplements to cater to your specific goals and dietary requirements.
Our Omega-3 Plus is a highly concentrated essential fatty acid formula:
• Ideal for getting a powerful boost of omega-3
• Contains high-purity fish oil
• Boasts 1000mg of omega-3 in every softgel
• Features both EPA and DHA
Cod Liver Oil is a rich source of vitamins and omega-3, great for supporting your general wellbeing:
• Ideal for supporting all fitness goals
• Features vitamin A and vitamin D
• Contains high-quality EPA and DHA
• Sourced from unpolluted Icelandic fisheries
Vegan Omega is our plant-based alternative to traditional omega-3 supplements:
• Perfect for anyone on a vegan or vegetarian diet
Those providing a minimum of 250–500mg combined EPA and DHA. All of our supplements, including our essential Omega-3 Softgels, meet these criteria and then some!
When should I take Omega-3 supplements?
It's more important that you take them as opposed to when, but first thing in the morning with breakfast or last thing at night before bed are great habits to get into. Directly after training may not be best as it can interrupt the adaptation and recovery process.
Are Omega-3 supplements vegan?
Not all, as many come from animal sources. However, we stock a range of vegan-friendly products including Omega-3s - sourced from marine algae.
Are Omega-3 supplements vegetarian?
That depends on which form of vegetarianism you follow. If you include fish in your diet all of our supplements would be suitable. However, if you don't, we stock a range of vegan-friendly products including Omega-3 - sourced from marine algae.
EPA and DHA are the most useful types of Omega-3 fats, and they are found in fatty fish and algae. Various health organisations recommend that the optimal daily intake of these fats is between 250-500mg combined.
What's the difference between Omega-3 and fish oil?
Fish oils contain Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A and D, whereas Omega-3 supplements are a more concentrated dosage of just those fatty acids.
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