The Truth about Pharmaceutical Grade Fish Oil

One of the most effective ways to reap the nutritional benefits of omega 3 fish oil is obtaining it from a licensed pharmaceutical grade facility. Myultimatehealthstore now offers molecularly distilled pharmaceutical grade fish oil to the public.
Jan. 5, 2009 - PRLog -- If you're like most people, you have heard of the numerous nutritional benefits of omega 3 fish oil. However, consumers have so many different options to choose from these days it’s easy to be overwhelmed and uninformed when choosing which fish oil product is the best.  So what is the consumer to do?  Simple!  Look for and choose only pharmaceutical grade fish oil which is molecularly distilled, period.  

One such source of pharmaceutical grade fish oil is Omega Sufficiency offered at  Omega Sufficiency™ made by Innate Choice is the world’s premier EPA/DHA omega 3 pharmaceutical grade fish oil.

Omega Sufficiency™ is extracted in a licensed pharmaceutical grade facility from cold water anchovies and sardines that are the purest, least toxic source of omega 3 fish oil. Our oil is purified in a non-chemical molecular distillation process that removes all heavy metals (see our third party testing results), PCBs, organochlorides, and organophosphate pesticides resulting in the safest, purest source of EPA/DHA fish oil possible.

As the oil is purified it is immediately infused with a natural, proprietary antioxidant blend consisting of rosemary extract, ascorbyl palmitate and natural mixed tocopherols and then immediately bottled in a dark glass bottle with a patented spill-proof, threadless cap. This process ensures the greatest oxidation protection possible.

There simply is not a better, purer source of EPA/DHA omega 3 fatty acids in the world as our third party testing results indicate. Their extraction process keeps the fish oil in its most natural form possible, this is crucial because human beings are genetically designed to ingest, digest, and absorb EPA and DHA essential fatty acids in the form they are found in nature, not in any concentrated form produced by chemical processing. If science and experience has taught us anything it is that we cannot improve upon nature.

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