MTS Fish Oil™ Omega-3 Fatty Acids
MTS Nutrition Fish Oil - Omega-3 Fatty Acids
"The first supplement I tell people they NEED is Fish Oil. With health benefits ranging from heart health to healthy weight management, one would be foolish to not supplement with it!
When we created MTS Nutrition Omega 3 Fish Oil, we wanted to have a super high potency softgel that didn't cause "fish burps" that was also very affordable. MTS Nutrition Omega 3 Fish Oil contains a carefully selected source from cold-waters, keeping it void of environmental toxins. I set it at a price that allows you to consume even the 3 grams of combined EPA and DHA, as recommended by organizations such as Crossfit, without breaking the bank.
Do yourself a favor and make MTS Nutrition Omega 3 Fish Oil a staple in your health and supplement program."
-Marc Lobliner, CEO of MTS Nutrition
WHAT'S IN FISH OIL?
Fish OilOmega-3 fatty acid deficiency is ranked as one of the highest killers of Americans, leading to increased risk of heart disease, stroke, depression, hypertension, joint pain, and a host of other inflammatory diseases. The simple fact of that matter is that we consume too many omega-6 fatty acids and not enough omega-3's.
MTS Fish Oil provides the essential omega-3 fatty acids you need to support overall health, wellness, and function, including the all-too-important, EPA (400mg) and DHA (200mg). Best of all, MTS Fish Oil caps are enteric coated and citrus flavored so they not only avoid the unpleasant "fishy" burps, but they actually taste good!
Vitamin EAn essential fat-soluble vitamin and powerful antioxidant, Vitamin E is included to to protect the fish oil for oxidation and spoilage. In addition to preserving the integrity of the essential fatty acids contained in MTS Fish Oil, Vitamin E also bolsters immune function and supports healthy skin, hair, and eyes.
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