1. Concentrated high-dose omega-3 fatty acidsHaving a high concentration of EPA and DHA per serving makes it an excellent choice for those who find it difficult to consume the recommended amount of fish per week, such as children or the elderly.
2. Flexible and convenient dosingLiquid fish oil offers convenience as doses can be adjusted to suit different ages and needs within your household. It can also be easily incorporated into the daily diet by adding it to juices, soups or smoothies, making it more palatable for the whole family.
3. FlavourGood liquid fish oil does not taste like fish as it’s naturally flavoured for improved taste. As an added bonus, you may also be able to avoid that common side effect of the “fishy” burp. Fish oil supplements however, irrespective of their form, can have widely varying levels of EPA/DHA and worse still, some can have damaging effects if sourced and manufactured incorrectly. Poorly manufactured fish oils may be contaminated with heavy metals such as mercury, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), pesticides and dioxins accumulated from the marine environment where some fish are sourced. In general, the smaller the fish, the lower the levels of accumulated toxins. The exposure risk to toxins is substantially reduced though when best-practice purification processes are used. So, if you’re searching for a convenient way to get a high dose of omega-3 fatty acids, then a concentrated, pure liquid fish oil is made just for you.
What To Look For In A Liquid Fish Oil:
- Taste, smell and texture. These are the main objections you’ll get from kids who refuse to eat fish.
- High dose - it’s so much easier to reach your minimum requirements of fish oil with a therapeutic dose.
- No added sugar, artificial flavour or artificial sweetener.
- Low levels of mercury, peroxide and p-anisidine.
- Meets the strict international standards set by the Global Organisation for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED).