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Source Naturals Vegan Omega-3s EPA-DHA -- 300 mg - 60 Vegan Softgels

Source Naturals Vegan Omega-3s EPA-DHA
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Source Naturals Vegan Omega-3s EPA-DHA -- 300 mg - 60 Vegan Softgels

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Source Naturals Vegan Omega-3s EPA-DHA Description

  • Non-Fish EPA - DHA
  • For Heart And Brain Health
  • Suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians

This all-vegan product is a superior source of EPA and DHA compared to flax seed oil or other vegetarian sources of omega-3s. An exceptional vegetarian alternative to fish oil, it has no fishy aftertaste. EPA/DHA supports the healthy functioning of the brain and cardiovascular system. DHA is an integral part of neural membrane phospholipids in the brain. Made from algae, it is also a sustainable alternative to overfishing the oceans.


Suggested Use: 1-2 softgels 1 to 2 times daily.
Free Of
Yeast, dairy, egg, gluten, wheat, sugar, salt, preservatives, artificial color, flavor and fragrance.

*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
   Calories from Fat10
Total Fat1 g2%
   Saturated Fat0 g<1%
   Trans Fat0 g
Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Providing DHA/EPA (from algal oil) (life'sDHA™)
600 mg*
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid)360 mg*
EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid)180 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Modified corn starch, glycerin, high oleic sunflower oil, purified water, carrageenan, sorbitol, ascorbyl palmitate, natural tocopherols, natural flavor, sunflower lecithin, beta-carotene and caramel.
Contains soy.

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How a Vegan Diet Can Benefit Heart Health

Thinking about going veg? A vegetarian diet excludes meat, poultry, seafood and fish, while a vegan diet avoids all of these foods plus eggs, dairy, and other animal byproducts such as gelatin and honey. Although this can feel daunting, it’s easier than ever to adhere to be vegan, with an abundance of choices all throughout the grocery store. And in even better news, a plant-powered diet can be an excellent choice for your health!

A Vegan Diet With Colorful Fruits & Vegetables in Heart-Shaped Bowls |

Did you know that a vegan, plant-based diet may be beneficial for heart health in particular? Several studies have found people following a balanced vegan diet to be at a decreased risk for heart disease.

People who eat a vegan diet also typically have a lower body mass index than non-vegans. This alone could play a role in the decreased heart disease risk, but scientific literature shows that heart health benefits may remain intact regardless of BMI.

Digging into a veggie diet

A variety of factors are at play in the development of heart disease. Smoking, excessive alcohol use, excessive sedentary time and eating a pro-inflammatory diet are all known to increase risk. Luckily, these are behaviors we have the ability to control.

On the nutrition front, a well-balanced vegan diet addresses a few of these factors. By avoiding animal derived products, we eliminate all cholesterol from our diet, and decrease our intake of saturated fats. Processed meats, cheeses and many non-vegan snack foods that are high in sodium are also excluded.

A well-planned vegan diet should be abundant with vegetables, leafy greens, beans and legumes, nuts, whole grains, and fruits. Many of these foods are rich in soluble fiber, which can lower LDL cholesterol. The typical vegan diet in fact contains 50-100% more fiber than a non-vegan diet! Nuts and soy foods also play a role in maintaining healthy LDL cholesterol levels.

“Fish oil” for vegans?

Omega-3 fats are important to include in a heart-healthy diet, helping to support normal cholesterol levels. It is often recommended to consume fish twice a week (or supplement with fish oil) for heart health, but fish isn’t on the menu for a strict vegan diet. Luckily, plenty of plant-based foods, such as olive oil, almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds and flax seeds, contain omega-3 fats.

However, it's important to note that there are several different type of omega-3 fats. Plant-based foods contain the omega-3 fatty acid ALA. But, our body needs all types of omega-3s; the other forms are EPA and DHA, which are found in fish or fish oil. A small amount of ALA (10% or less) is converted to EPA and DHA within the body. 

But, for those who don’t eat fish, a vegan omega-3 supplement (algae-based – no fish ingredients), or products like fortified soy milk, can provide adequate amounts of DHA and EPA.

This article was contributed by Kate Kanner, RDN, registered dietitian nutritionist with The Little Clinic (inside select Kroger locations). For more information about dietitian services, visit

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