1200 mg total Omega-3 per Softgel
Omega 3s are essential polyunsaturated fatty acids, unable to be produced by our bodies, which must be obtained through our diet. Unfortunately, most of use do not consume sufficient amounts of these Omega 3 rich foods, leading experts to suggest we supplement out diet with fish oil concentrates such as OmegafortSCC.
One softgel has 400% of the Omega 3s found in traditional 1,000 mg fish oil softgels, which typically contain 300 mg total Omega 3s. Studies have shown that Omega 3 fatty acids concentrated in one softgel are much more effective than the same number of Omega 3 fatty acids consumed over multiple softgels.
Burp Free Enteric Coating
The biggest complaint about the consumption of traditional fish oil softgels is he unsavory "fishy burps" associated with reflux. In an effort to control these burps, Nutriforce Sports Quadruple Strength Fish Oil softgels are carefully enteric coated, using a proprietary process to allow the capsule to break down and be absorbed in the small intestine, thus minimizing the "fishy burp" effect.
The Quadruple Strength SCC Fish Oil used in OmegafortSCC is manufactured using the highest recognized international standards for concentration, purity and potency.
The Quadruple Strength SCC Fish Oil in Omegafort SCC is regularly tested by independent laboratories using the highest, most demanding US and international nutritional standards and protocols for potency and purity. This ensures OmegafortSCC is free of detectable levels of mercury, lead, PCBs and other toxins.
Omega-3 Supercritical Concentration: No other technology in the world delivers cleaner and more concentrated fish oils than Supercritical Fluid Technology. The Supercritical extraction process used to product this product yields a very effective, extremely pure, highly concentrated fish oil, rich in EPA and DHA and unrivaled in the marketplace. Unlike molecular distillation, Supercritical processing is friendly to the environment and utilizes low levels of heat which protects the essential fatty acids.