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Omega 3 from algae oil

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  • Omega 3 from algae oil | 60 capsules á 500 mg
  • Vegetable omega 3 obtained from seaweed
  • With high concentrations of EPA and DHA
  • Sustainable alternative to overfishing the oceans
  • Vegan and free from all additives
  • Only vegan capsule shells: 100% free of carrageenan and PEG
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Vegan omega-3 fatty acids DHA and EPA

DHA and EPA are both omega-3 essential fatty acids that are traditionally
obtained through the consumption of fatty fish. Well, we have the middle man
off, the reason why these fish contain omega-3 fatty acids such as DHA and EPA,
That they have algae as a major component of their diet, so why not go directly to the source?

Omega-3 – from algae oil

Our Omega-3 DHA:EPA 500 mg is produced from algae (Schizochytrium sp. microalgae)
and is therefore suitable for vegans and vegetarians and everyone else!

Since our body cannot produce either DHA or EPA, regular intake is highly recommended,
in order to maintain normal brain function, normal healthy vision, normal
Maintain cardiac function and the maintenance of normal blood pressure,
by helping to regulate triglyceride levels in the blood.

In particular, DHA is essential for pregnant women, as it supports the normal development of the fetus
during pregnancy and supports normal brain development in nursing infants.

Both DHA and EPA were also positively associated with mental function,
Dyslexia, ADHD and anti-aging associated.

Omega-3: the way you want it

In our range you will find all three common sources for the supplement
of omega-3: fish oil, krill oil and algae oil. Each has its advantages and disadvantages
and should be selected by you according to your individual needs.


  • Fish oil:
    Our omega-3 from fish provides you with the concentrated power of the essential
    Fatty acid in its natural triglyceride form. Fish oil is best consumed in
    heart health, but care must be taken to ensure that it is not
    is a high quality oil that has a low heavy metal load and is therefore
    has. Our oil is made exclusively from anchovies and sardines and
    processed in a certified sustainable operation.

  • Krill oil:
    Our krill oil contains omega-3 fatty acids in the form of phospholipids
    before. These have the same structure as the body’s own cells and are therefore intended to work on the
    are absorbed the fastest and are most effective. The oil is used exclusively
    is extracted from Antarctic krill and contains no significant heavy metals.
    Krill oil is said to be particularly effective in lowering blood sugar, triglycerides and the “bad”
    LDL cholesterol can be effective. In the case of krill oil, there is also the fact that it is naturally
    is rich in the antioxidant astaxanthin, which gives krill its red color.

  • Algae oil:
    Omega-3 from algae oil is a direct source of omega-3 fatty acids,
    the algae itself. It is considered to be the purest source of fatty acid and is
    without any animal ingredients, also suitable for a vegan lifestyle. Fish
    themselves can only be used as a source of DHA & EPA because they are self-replenishing.
    feed on algae. Algae oil also shows similar results to fish and krill oil,
    when it comes to heart health and cholesterol levels.

CONTENTS


Ingredients:
DHA and EPA rich oil from the microalgae Schizochytrium sp.,
vegan capsule shell (hydroxypropylmethylcellulose), copper complexes of the
Chlorophyllins, d-alpha-tocopherol acetate

Ingredients per daily dose (2 capsules) % NRV*
Algae oil
included:
1000 mg -**
Omega-3 fatty acids

thereof docohexaenoic acid (DHA)

thereof eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)

550 mg

300 mg

150 mg

-**

-**

-**

Vitamin E 2 mg 16,7

* the nutrient reference quantity
** no reference available

Sustainable packaging

Our high quality micronutrient product in pure form comes in recyclable packaging without plastic.

OUR PHILOSOPHY
NATURAL. IN. SUSTAINABLE

 

Sustainable and environmentally friendly at Sanutrition

  • Premium active ingredients as pure substances
  • Sourced directly from the most reputable raw material suppliers in the world
  • Avoidance of any synthetic additives
  • If additives, only valuable natural substances
  • Voluntary declaration also of substances that do not have to be declared
  • Maximum avoidance of chem. Solvent for extracts
  • Exclusive custom made for purity and quality
  • Production in AT and EU (HACCP, GMP)
  • Only vegan capsule shells: 100% free of carrageenan and PEG
  • Sustainable packaging made of climate-neutral paper, no plastic, no aluminum, no energy-intensive glass

All products 100% without: magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, nanoparticles (without legal exceptions), genetic engineering, artificial colors and flavors, titanium dioxide, added sugars & sweeteners.

 

Sanutrition

At Sanutrition, we focus on products that help you lead a
healthy and happy life
and at the same time be in harmony with nature. We have concentrated on the development, production and marketing of
Premium micronutrient preparations
focused. From all regions of the world, we seek out outstanding foods and valuable botanicals that help you promote and maintain health and vitality naturally. All preparations are produced in manufactory standard according to the Pure substance principle – completely without artificial colorants, flavor enhancers, coating and separating agents in Austria and exported throughout Europe.
With the world’s first
Paper can for supplements
we set new standards in the field of sustainable, climate-neutral packaging. Our developments & productions meet the highest demands in terms of naturalness, purity and quality. We pursue this ideal at all levels, with meticulous love, down to the smallest detail.

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Additional information

Vegetable omega-3 fatty acids
Synonym(s): alpha-linolenic acid, DHA, docosahexaenoic acid, doxosahexaenoic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid, EPA, DHA-rich microalgae (Ulkenia sp., Schizochytrium sp.)

Occurrence in food
In our diet, omega-3 fatty acids are particularly abundant in fatty cold-water fish such as tuna, salmon, mackerel, herring and sardines. These accumulate omega-3 fatty acids in the form of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) in their cell membranes and fatty tissue via the consumption of special microalgae and microcrustaceans. The high omega-3 content keeps the animals’ cellular membranes flexible at low temperatures. High-quality fish oil capsules have the advantage over fish that the amounts of omega-3 fatty acids they contain are standardized and the fish oil has been freed from harmful substances.As an alternative for vegetarians, vegans and people with fish aversion, plant sources are available to supply omega-3 fatty acids. Certain DHA-rich microalgae such as Ulkenia or Schizochytrium algae can be taken in enriched form as algal oil capsules. In addition, vegetable oils such as linseed oil are rich in alpha-linolenic acid. But canola, nut, sesame and soybean oils are also valuable sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Meanwhile, there are also foods on the market that are enriched with omega-3 fatty acids. These include, for example, bread, margarine or eggs with an increased omega-3 content.

Physiological effects
Cell membranes : Responsible for cell permeability as a component of cell membranes.
Blood vessels : increase in NO-induced vasodilation,
Reduction of inflammatory markers
Decreased release of platelet-activating factor and reduction of platelet aggregation, Systolic and diastolic blood pressure reduction.
Increase of renal blood flow and improvement of microcirculation
Cardiovascular system: cardioprotective effect due to antiarrhythmic and antithrombotic effects.
Nervous system: involvement in brain and nerve development.
Synthesis of serotonin and dopamine receptors
Influence of ocular function through involvement of retinal development.
Fat metabolism: alpha-linolenic acid is the precursor of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)
Positive influence on cholesterol levels by lowering LDL levels and increasing HDL levels

Health Claims EFSA Opinion
Omega-3 fatty acids: Support normal blood pressure, Have a positive effect on arterial function, Contribute to normal heart function, Contribute to the maintenance of normal cholesterol levels, The positive effect is established at a daily intake of 250 mg.

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential active ingredients
Omega-3 fatty acids are characterized by double bonds on the third C atom. Until now, alpha-linolenic acid was considered the starting substance for all unsaturated fatty acids of the omega-3 line. In the human organism, the higher unsaturated fatty acid eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) can be built up from this fatty acid through the introduction of further double bonds and subsequent chain extension, which in turn produces docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) through extension and desaturation. These two fatty acid forms represent the actually significant active substances of the omega-3 line for many endogenous processes. Studies show that the conversion processes of alpha-linolenic acid into EPA and further into DHA are far more complicated than previously thought. The human organism’s enzyme endowment limits its ability to produce EPA and DHA itself, which is why these two fatty acids are now considered essential nutrients.1

References:
Micronutrient Coach® – The great BIOGENA compendium of nutrients. 4th ed. Verlagshaus der Ärzte, Editors: Dr. Christina Schmidbauer and Georg Hofstätter MSc.

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