80% of people worldwide are below cardioprotective levels of omega-3s.
Research supports the importance of EPA and DHA for a variety of cardiovascular outcomes, including reducing the risk of coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction and cardiac death.
Omega-3s are important for brain health and function.
Research has shown an impact on cognitive function and memory, symptoms of depression, ADHD, and recovery from traumatic brain injuries.
The body's highest concentration of DHA is found in the retina of the eye.
DHA is an important nutrient for the cells of the eye that control vision. Numerous studies show that EPA and DHA play an important role in eye health throughout life.
Omega-3s are vital nutrients for pregnancy.
They are critical building blocks of the brain, retina and nervous system, and play a role in preventing early pre-term and pre-term birth.