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Enzymedica Aqua Biome™ Fish Oil plus Meriva Curcumin -- 1200 mg - 60 Softgels


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Enzymedica Aqua Biome™ Fish Oil plus Meriva Curcumin -- 1200 mg - 60 Softgels

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Enzymedica Aqua Biome™ Fish Oil plus Meriva Curcumin Description

  • Buy A Bottle • Save A Reef
  • The World's 1st Omega Blend Designed For A Healthy Microbiome
  • All the Benefits of Omega-3s + Joint Health + Brain Function
  • 60 mg DPA • 240 mg EPA • 480 mg DHA
  • The Optimal Omega Blend
  • Hint of Lemon Flavor

With joint support and the ultimate ratio of omegas, Aqua Biome +Meriva® Curcumin is a fish oil for all of you.

 

Created for your whole body, this perfect blend of DHA, EPA and DPA omega-3s uses the latest science and technology to bring you the best benefits of fish oil with none of the usual contaminants. Created via sustainable methods, every bottle also contributes toward saving our ocean's coral reefs.

 

Meriva® Curcumin adds the most clinically proven curcumin in the world to support joint and brain health. Two powerful ingredients together in one amazing capsule, jump into vibrant health!

 

Benefits

+ Meriva® Curcumin to boost joint and brain health

+ 1200 mg of the ultimate omega blend, including Missing Omega, DPA

+ Every purchase contributes toward saving our coral reefs

+ Promotes proper digestion, healthy energy levels and a balanced mood

+ Supports immune system, cardiovascular, brain and joint health

+ Tested for 130 contaminants and heavy metals

 

Quality

Dairy Free • Gluten Free • GMO Free • Soy Free • Clean Label Project

 

The Science

The healthier your gut microbiome is, the better you'll feel, which is why we've designed a fish oil that's perfect for helping the but microbiome flourish. It also comes with all the joint and aging benefits of Meriva® Curcumin.

 

DPA: The Missing Omega

The ideal ratio of DHA, EPA & DPA enhances the microbiome. Advancing research shows that DPA plays a profound role in total body health.


Directions

Recommended Use: Adults take 2 softgels daily, with food.

 

Keep closed in dry place; avoid excessive heat.

Free Of
Dairy, GMOs and soy.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Softgels
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories20
Total Fat1 g1%
Total Fatty Acids + Omega-3s1200 mg*
   DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)480 mg*
   EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid)240 mg*
   DPA (Docosapentaenoic Acid)60 mg*
   Other Omegas + Fatty Acids420 mg*
Turmeric Phytosome®
(Curcuma longa Extract Complex) (Rhizome) (Meriva®)
500 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Gelatin capsule (fish gelatin, glycerin, purified water, annatto and natural lemon oil flavor).
Contains Fish: (Sourced from anchoveta; gelatin from tilapia)
Warnings

Consult with a physician prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medications or have a medical condition.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Does Your Skin Microbiome Need Some TLC?

You hear a lot about how your gut microbiome influences your health, but did you know your skin has a microbial community, too? It’s true! As many as 1.5 trillion microbes live on and in your skin, and although scientists don’t yet have a full picture of everything they do, it’s becoming clear that keeping these tiny residents in balance is important for maintaining skin health.

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A peek into the skin’s microbial world

Your skin microbiome is just as diverse as the one in your gut: There are over 1,000 species of bacteria and as many as 80 different types of fungi hanging out together alongside viruses, archaea and even anthropods. Age, gender and localized differences in the skin’s environment affect which types of microbes are present. Your own unique “core” group of skin microbes is seeded at birth and settles into a fairly stable composition when you hit puberty. Throughout your life, other microbes pass through as you’re exposed to different environments. These transient visitors exert their own effects, for good or ill, before making their departure after a few weeks. This vibrant community doesn’t just exist on the skin’s surface. Scientists have discovered microbes living as far down as the hypodermis—the lowest layer of skin made up of fatty tissue that lies underneath the dermis. Just like in the different areas on top of the skin, distinct microbial communities are found in each layer.

What does the skin microbiome do?

As part of their harmonious relationship with your own cells, these tiny residents communicate with each other and with your immune system. When the microbial community is in balance, this crosstalk can: However, if the balance of microbes gets disrupted, problems can arise.

What causes skin microbiome dysbiosis?

Some of the same factors that affect your gut microbiome can also upset the balance of microbes on your skin, creating a state known as dysbiosis. Diet and lifestyle choices, including whether or not you smoke, have a big impact; so do contaminants from the outside environment. Specific environmental factors that don’t affect the gut, like climate and sun exposure, may play a role, as well. Your skin is vulnerable to one other significant source of microbiome disruption: over-sanitizing or over-treating. Using too many antimicrobial soaps and alcohol-based cleansers may kill off good microbes along with pathogens, and harsh chemicals found in some types of skincare products can cause dryness, which exacerbates the problem.

Skin microbe imbalance and disease

Research shows dysbiosis anywhere on the skin may be associated with:
  • Dryness
  • Redness
  • Excess oil production
  • Psoriasis
  • Eczema
  • Acne
  • Rosacea
  • Yeast and fungal infections
  • Slow wound healing
  • Skin ulcers
  • Premature skin aging
Research has shown that specific types of bacteria are present in different conditions, such as Staphylococcus aureus in atopic dermatitis and Cutibacterium acnes in acne. A healthy, balanced microbiome on the skin generally keeps these bacteria at bay, but dysbiosis creates an environment that can allow them to flourish.

Microbiome skincare to restore balance

If you suspect dysbiosis may be behind your skin problems, what can you do? New types of skincare that incorporate prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics may be able to correct the imbalance and promote healing. Prebiotic products contain sugars and fibers that feed your skin’s microbiome. Probiotic skincare includes actual microbes, and postbiotic formulas incorporate beneficial microbial byproducts. Some cleansers, creams and treatments don’t contain any microbiome boosters but have gentle formulations that preserve your microbiome. It is possible to adjust your skin’s microbiome by using products that introduce other microbes—but the amount and frequency of application affects how well the treatment works. Because everyone’s microbiome is unique and specific conditions may require different products, talk with your dermatologist before adding microbiome skincare to your regimen.

How to keep your skin microbes happy

Whether or not you experiment with microbial treatments, there are a few basic changes you can make to promote a healthy skin microbiome:
  • Avoid harsh or drying chemicals in skincare products
  • Minimize your use of sanitizers and exfoliants
  • Emphasize whole plant foods in your diet
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day
  • Use a microbiome-friendly sunscreen when you go outside
  • Quit smoking if you smoke
These habits will not only keep your 1.5 trillion skin microbes in balance but also support your overall health. So, show your skin some love to protect the tiny community that’s protecting you every day!

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