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New Chapter Wholemega® Fish Oil -- 1000 mg - 60 Softgels


New Chapter Wholemega® Fish Oil
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New Chapter Wholemega® Fish Oil -- 1000 mg - 60 Softgels

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New Chapter Wholemega® Fish Oil Description

  • From Wild Alaskan Salmon
  • Formulated for Better Absorption
  • Heart Healthy
  • DHA & EPA for Brain, EYE & Joint Health
  • Clinically Tested
  • Alaska Seafood - Certified Responsible Fisheries
  • Non-GMO
  • NSF - Certified Gluten Free

Wholemega is different than processed fish oil products. The extra-virgin process used to extract Wholemega, similar to that used in fine olive oil, delivers an oil that is striking in color and transparency. This gentle, food-grade process preserves numerous beneficial compounds - including Vitamin D3 and Astaxanthin. The brilliant hue in Wholemega comes from Astaxanthin - an antioxidant that is naturally found in Wild Salmon and in this extra-virgin fish oil.

• Made with Non-GMO Project Verified Salmon Oil

Extra-Virgin Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil


Directions

Suggested Use: Two softgels daily with food.  Do not refrigerate.
Free Of
GMOs, gluten, and BSE.

*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 Fat2 g3%
   Saturated Fat0.5 mg3%
   Monounsaturated Fat 0.5 mg*
   Polyunsaturated Fat1 g*
Cholesterol15 mg5%
Vitamin D3 (from Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil)2.5 mcg (100 IU)13%
Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil2000 mg*
   Total Omega-3 Fatty Acids520 mg*
    EPA (Eiosapentaenoic Acid)180 mg*
    DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid)220 mg*
    Other Omega-3 Fatty Acids
(Octadecatetraenoic Acid, Docosapentaenoic Acid, Linolenic Acid, Heneiosapentaenoic Acid, Eicosatrienoic Acid)
120 mg*
   Total Omega-6 Fatty Acids (Linoleic Acid, Arachidonic Acid, Eicosadienoic Acid)20 mg*
    Total Omega-5 & 7 Fatty Acids(Myristoleic Acid, Palmitoleic Acid, Vaccenic Acid)95 mg*
   Total Omega-9 Fatty Acids (Oleic acid, Gadoleic Acid, Erucic Acid, Nervonic Acid)300 mg*
   Astaxanthin (from Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil)2.5 mcg*
Botanical Antioxidant Stability System™ (B.A.S.S™) Proprietary Blend
Organic Oregano (Origanum vulgare) (leaf) supercritical extract and Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) (leaf) supercritical extract
12 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Capsule (gelatin [Halal], and glycerin), and tocopherols to preserve freshness.
Contains: 100% Wild Alaskan Salmon Fish Oil.
Warnings

Keep out of reach of children.

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The top ocean offender: plastic pollution

It should come as no surprise that the majority of ocean pollution is plastic. Nine million tons of plastic trash ends up in our oceans every year. More than 1,200 species of animals – including sea turtles, birds, seahorses, dolphins and sharks – are harmed by consuming plastic or getting entangled in it. Habitats are degraded by floating debris and plastic microparticles. Whether it’s on the ocean floor or washed onto shore, plastic releases toxins when it breaks down. These toxins, like bisphenol A (BPA), poison our oceans and atmosphere.

So where is all this plastic coming from?

Mostly, plastic pollution comes from single-use items. People like convenience. Unfortunately, that leads to a lot of throwaway plastic. A cup, a coffee stirrer, a straw or a plastic bag may be handy for a minute – maybe an hour – but it lasts on our planet for another 1,000 years. These lightweight plastics scatter by wind and quickly end up in our oceans, where they take a heavy toll on marine ecosystems.  

But there is good news!

Even small changes can help.

7 ways to prevent plastic pollution in the ocean:

1. Remember your reusable bag.
A trillion plastic bags are used (and trashed) every year. Avoid plastic bags at every opportunity! Bring cloth totes to the store and carry a collapsible bag in your purse or backpack, so you’re always ready. Reusable bags make great gifts, too.

2. Insist on refillable bottles.
Single-use plastic water bottles are a big offender when it comes to plastic use and litter. Fortunately there are a ton of BPA-free insulated bottles that keep your water cool (or hot!) for hours. Stash one at work, one at home and one in your gym bag to quickly fill up when you’re on the run.

3. Repurpose before you trash.
Any single-use plastic items you have on hand can be given new life. Pinterest is a library of ideas for repurposing common plastic items. You can make planters and sun catchers from bottles, or weave plastic grocery bags into colorful rugs. You can even turn plastic straw into coasters – a good way to protect the planet and your coffee table!

4. Stop sucking through straws.
Speaking of straws, 500 million straws are used daily. But they are too small to recycle, so they end up as pure pollution. Find ways to go without, such as pouring bottled drinks into a glass – or skipping bottled drinks completely. When eating out, ask your server to hold the straw. If you really need one for sipping your smoothie or preventing spills, choose a reusable metal or glass straw. Paper straws are also a better choice over plastic.

5. Skip the stirrers.
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While it’s best to avoid plastic, you sometimes can’t help but use it. When you do, take the time to recycle that piece of plastic. The recycling rate of all plastic in the U.S. is only nine percent, compared to Europe at 30 percent and China at 25 percent. We can do better!

7. Opt for sustainable seafood.
According to National Geographic, “sustainable fishing guarantees there will be populations of ocean and freshwater wildlife for the future.” Examples of sustainable fishing include cast-net, spearfishing and hook-and-line fishing. If you consume fish or a fish oil supplement, look for companies that use sustainably caught practices and are certified by a third party.

Remember: the health of the world’s oceans is linked to the health of the whole planet, and to each of us as living beings on this planet. Implementing even these small practices can help turn the tide on some troubling environmental problems. Don’t underestimate your power to make a change!

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