2 Optimum Omega: Dietary Supplement Supports peripheral circulation.EPA & DHA Fish Oils.
3 Optimum Omega: FatsAlthough all fats are not created equal…many naturally occurring fats have a place in our diet when consumed in the proper balance.Omega 3, Omega 6, polyunsaturated, and saturated are terms that describes the chemical structure.Fatty acid is just the term for a certain building blocks of fat, and fat then goes on to be a precursor to many important chemical in the body.Essential fatty acid means this fatty acid is essential to our health and well being but it can not be made by the body. We must therefore get it from our diet.
4 Optimum Omega: Essential Fatty Acids Polyunsaturated Omega 6’sSafflower, corn and sunflower oils provide linoleic acidTerrestrial animal oils provide arachadonic acidPolyunsaturated Omega 3’svegetable sources flax and canola oils provide Linolenic acidMarine sources provide eicosapentenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexenoic acid (DHA)
6 Optimum Omega: Advantage Supplies EPA & DHA fatty acids.Counterbalances western diet1 in 5 meet 214 mg omega-3 RDI (average 54 mg)Omega-3: Omega-6 is 1:14 (undesirable)Refrigeration unnecessaryPurity and d-alpha-tocopherol acetate (Vitamin E)Clear gel capsulesPurity and nothing to hideExtended shelf life36 months vs months
7 Optimum Omega: Clinical Studies ReferencesPharmanex Web Site -PubMed Web Site -
8 Optimum Omega: Recommended Adult Usage Take 2 capsules daily. Take 1capsule with 250 mL of liquid with your morning and evening meals.Women who are pregnant or are lactating, and people with know medical conditions, should consult a physician prior to taking supplements. Keep out of reach of children.
9 Optimum Omega: Q&A Does Optimum Omega contain any omega-6's or 9's? The omega-3 fatty acids provide a balance to the typically large amounts of omega-6 fatty acids in our diet. Today the omega 6:omega 3 ratio in typical diets is at least 15:1, respectively. There should be a balance of 1:1 to balance inflammatory actions in the body. Optimum Omega does provide some omega 6 and omega 9 fatty acids, since they are naturally present in the fish oil. The omega 3/omega 6 ratio is 12:1 in Optimum Omega, respectively. More information about essential fatty acids can be found on independent web sites, such as or
10 Optimum Omega: Q&A How does Optimum Omega work? Omega 3 fatty acids are considered "essential fatty acids" because they are vital for health, yet cannot be synthesised by the body. They therefore must be supplied in the diet. Essential fatty acids are necessary for normal growth, healthy skin, arteries, nerves, and for keeping our metabolism running smoothly. Fish oils are excellent sources of omega 3 fatty acids. Two common omega 3 fatty acids are eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). EPA and DHA are both present in Optimum Omega.Omega 3 fatty acids in fish oil are highly unsaturated and may easily undergo oxidation. The vitamin E present in Optimum Omega has antioxidant properties that help prevent the pro-oxidant effects of fish oil, and also provides nutritional benefit. Odorless garlic oil is Optimum Omega's final beneficial ingredient to provide a combination product that supports the cardiovascular system.
11 Optimum Omega: Q&A Why is Optimum Omega unique? Optimum Omega not only provides high quality omego-3 fatty acids from fish oil, but also combines the benefits of vitamin E and garlic. Manufacturing standards are strictly followed to ensure the creation of a supplement with pharmaceutical-like quality. The ingredients in Optimum Omega are standardised with known content, uniform consistency, and omega 3 fatty acids are provided at clinically significant levels.
12 Optimum Omega: Marketing Material Pharmanex Brochure (5 pk) $8.00Pharmanex Cap (ea) $12.95Power of Wisdom & Knowledge Video (ea) $7.50Pharmanex Pill Box (ea) $3.00Optimum Omega Brochure (5 pk) $4.50
13 Optimum Omega: Summary Clear Gel CapsulesGeneral health and peripheral circulationCombination of fatty acids, Vitamin E and garlic.Standardised