There are different types of Omega 3 Fatty Acids but two are proven to provide health benefits.
The European Food Standards Agency (EFSA) recommends that you consume 250mg of EPA and DHA a day to maintain general health and wellbeing.
This equates to approximately two portions of poached, baked or grilled oily fish each week. For people who do not like fish, Omega 3 supplement capsules provide an excellent alternative.
PureMax capsules contain only fish oil of the highest purity standards, so you don’t have to worry about marine pollutants.
The labels on supplement bottles will tell you how much EPA and DHA they contain, so make sure you choose a supplement with high levels of these key fatty acids.
Are you getting enough Omega 3?
Take the quiz below to find out if you are consuming sufficient essential fatty acids to receive the health benefits Omega 3 provides.
Question #1 of 5
In the last week, how often did you consume oily fish (such as salmon, mackerel and sardines)?
Question #2 of 5
In the last week, how often did you eat other fish (e.g. canned tuna, white fish) and seafood (e.g. prawns)?
Question #3 of 5
How many servings of enriched Omega 3 products did you consume last week (e.g. bread, milk, juice)?
Question #4 of 5
How many fish or algal capsules did you consume in the last week?
Question #5 of 5
Do any of the following relate to you?
It is generally recommended that you should consume a minimum of 250mg of Omega 3 a day to maintain general health and well being.
To improve your Omega 3 intake, consider PureMax Omega 3 supplements.
For superior quality and high potency concentrated fish oils, consider PureMax Omega 3 supplements.